Friday, May 23, 2014

Winnie & Walter Bubble Talk + The Write Stuff: Picture Perfect

 
Hi Folks! Two more Winnie & Walter sets for today (I know, can you even stand it?!) Bubble Talk includes two-step word balloons. I've just used the solid word balloon here a bunch of times in "boy" colors and then embossed the sentiment in white. I thought about white embossing an outline around the two word balloons with the sentiment, but at the last minute I chickened out. There's too much stamping on this card to risk it! I wanted the two words to be close together, but after they were embossed they looked unbalanced in their balloons. So I filled the space on the left and right with some sequin stamps from a set you'll see tomorrow.

And, wait until you see the sentiments on this set. It contains "HEY" and "DUDE". Seriously, I can't wait to send these cards out!
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 This card uses three of the sets ... the bubble talk set like the last card (that font!!), a scenery filler for the background that you'll see tomorrow, and the camera from Picture Perfect. The camera totally begs to be paper-pieced, and let me tell you it looks awesome that way. I didn't get a chance to put it on a card though. However, it looks awesome just stamped in Staz-on on a linen metallic paper (American Crafts).



The camera pops out quite a bit (3/4") to really be obnoxious, going along with all the photos that are being taken of the recipient (snap, snap, snap, snap, snap ...)


But don't worry, it folds flat for mailing. I took a strip of 110 pound paper, folded it into a rectangle, and attached that to the camera and card. You can see part of the folded rectangle to the left of the camera here.

As a Mom who has 110,896 photos in her Photoshop catalog, the sentiment on this card sums up many of my days. Although, I've definitely dropped the "smile" introduction and just get down to business snapping photos. A "HEY" will come out if the boys aren't cooperating. And what do you know, there's a "hey" sentiment in the Bubble Talk set. I could have totally customized this card! 

 Like the other sets this week, we've got tons more inspiration over at the winner of our Play Date #1 Challenge, Shirley-Bee, our guest designer Chaitali Narla from Iron Craft, Julie and Shay themselves on the Winnie & Walter blog, and the rest of the Winnie & Walter talent:

Heather Pulvirenti | Joni Andaya | Vanessa Menhorn
    
Want to win all seven sets? Comment here for a chance. You can also comment-to-win a stamp set each day of the release on the Winnie & Walter blog. 
      
Thanks for looking, and we'll be back tomorrow!
-Kelly

11 comments:

  1. These are fantastic - once again you're original and creative and amazing! 110,000 photos? Looking forward to getting my hands on these stamps!

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  2. Both are terrific, great ideas!

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  3. These are so FUN and COOL!!! Love the 'bubble talk' and colors! And the camera is awesome!

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  4. LOVE that great background/paper you created with all the bubbles on the first card, and I love the obnoxioucity of the camera - in terms of how far out it comes!

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  5. Two great designs with these fun stamps Kelly! love the super popped up camera - so clever!!

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  6. Dude these are both really cool! ;)
    Have a great weekend!

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  7. I'm too old to be a "dude" type of gal, but the rest of the stamps have intrigued me. Does it have something to do with the way you use them? Probably ;)

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  8. So cool, Kelly ... love the texture and sheen on that popped up camera! Anita :)

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  9. LOVE the popped up camera and I'm looking forward to paper piecing that baby! Fun cards, as always!

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  10. Fantastic. That speech bubble card is so fun, and I love the boy colors. And, your pop up camera--classic Kelly!

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