Kathy Rac 30 Day  and Verve Oct 11 2015 Video

Hey Crafters!! It’s Day 11 in Kathy Racoosin’s 30 Day Color Challenge and today is stripes. Click on Kathy’s name to go to her blog post. 

  

If you’re viewing this post in an email, click over to my blog for the video.  Enjoy!


I’m also combining this with Verve’s, Black White and Glam Challenge, by using their apple dies that coordinate with Teacher’s Count stamp set, but I will be turning my apples into pumpkins. This is a great way to get double duty out of some of your dies.  Visit the Verve Blog by clicking here.  This hop and challenge is open until Nov. 5, 2015.

These are the photos I used for inspiration:

   
Be sure to check out the lovely Maureen Plut’s blog, I won the Teacher’s Count stamp and die set from her blog a couple of years ago and she’s an amazing card artist!  
Supplies: 

Canson Water Color Paper (from 9 x 12 inch pad that Wal-mart sells)

Black Bic Mark It alcohol marker.

C4 Copic Sketch Marker

Scotch Foam Poster Adhesive

Glossy Accents

Verve Apples die

ProvoCraft Rose Wreath Die and embossing folder

Chunky Silver Glitter

Fine White Iridescent Glitter

Recollections Gray 65 lb Card Stock for 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch card base

The Paper Studio Heavy Weight White Card Stock

Candelabra stamp by craft smart from $1.00 bin at Michael’s this Fall season

Happy Birthday Sentiment from Close to My Heart retired Happy Birthday Set

Ranger Archival Jet Black 

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One thought on “Kathy Rac 30 Day  and Verve Oct 11 2015 Video

  1. This is so pretty! Love that glitzy candelabra and the awesome way you transformed those apple dies into pumpkins! So clever. Thanks for joining in our Black, White & Glam challengge!

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