Well I'm finally getting my card for the Midnight Madness sketch challenge posted. I've had a couple of frustrating days trying to solve a computer problem preventing me from connecting to the internet. Without the connection, I couldn't download these wonderful digi images from Sugar Creek Hollow or get my card up on my blog. But alas, I triumph!
Sugar Creek Hollow. Sugar Creek Hollow specializes in vintage, shabby and primitive style digital stamps. Tracy, the owner, is celebrating SCHs 6th month anniversary on September 1 with a HUGE $50 gift certificate to her store for one lucky winner. Go HERE to find out the details and enter for your chance to win big. You'll love SCH digi stamps and right now some of the new fall stamps are starting to show up in her shoppe.
And one more bit of exciting news that I've been waiting to share.... I made the design team at Sugar Creek Hollow! Yes, my first experience and I'm so honored. I love vintage style and the digital stamps offered at Sugar Creek Hollow suit me to a "tea". Things kick off for the design team when the fall digi stamps are officially released in a blog hop at the Sugar Creek Hollow blog on September 4th. Stay tuned here on that day - you'll love what you're going to see!
For the MMSC67 challenge, I used Sugar Creek Hollow's Teapot, Teacup and Tea Tags digital stamps. I sized then printed the stamps on DP for that paper piecing look. To try and add some dimension, I distressed the images and the background DP with Tim Holtz distress ink "Old Paper". I've used Papertrey Ink's "Everyday Blessings" patterned paper collection. The wonderful thing about digi stamps is that you can size them to your needs - its like getting an infinite amount of stamps in one purchase!
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