Friday, August 12, 2011

Campfire Fun

Hi all! Here is a card that I made using one of the new images from the newly released Travel & Adventure Collection by Whiff of Joy Stamps.

I used the lovely Campfire Fun for my card. I have to confess that I have never had a toasted marshmallow or S'more. I know! Hubby doesn't like marshmallows and that's why I am not getting it... Boooo...

Henry is colored on PTI's Stamper's Select White cardstock with Copic markers then cut and embossed using a Labels Two die. The sentiment piece is cut and embossed using a Petite Ovals Small die.

The patterned paper is from the Campfire collection by Afternoon and the sentiment is from the Just Sayin' set by The Craft's Meow.

That's all for now. Don't forget to check out the fun new releases from Whiff of Joy Stamps here!

Hope you have a fantastic day and thanks for stopping by!

cardstock: (kraft, white) Papertrey Ink
stamps: (Campfire Fun) Whiff of Joy Stamps, (sentiment) The Craft's Meow
patterned paper: October Afternoon
ink: VersaFine Onyx Black
buttons: Papertrey Ink
corner rounder: We R Memory Keepers
dies: (scallops) Sizzix, (Labels Two, oval) Spellbinders
die-cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft
other: sewing machine, thread, foam tape, foam squares
Copics used:
Henry: E29, E25, E35, E31, E04, E95, E93
night cap: BG32, BG11, BG10, W3, W1, W00
log & stick: E59, E57, E55
marshmallow: E35, E51, E50
fire: E08, R08, R05, YR18, YR15, YR12
rocks: C9, C7, C5, C3, C1
ground: E39, E35, E33, E31, E30
card size: 5 3/8" x 4 1/4"


Exclusively by Mel said...

Oh what a totally adorable card Alice.
I love it. Isn't that image precious!!
And the papers are perfect.
The cutest card I've ever seen.
Love, Mel. xx

Zora said...

Wow! it´s so pretty! and I can almost smell the smoke from the fire :O)

Unknown said...

Soo cute!!! Great way to use that paper with this stamp :)
If you like sweets you need to try toasted marswallows!!!
Hugs Elin

Lin said...

CUTE! And Alice, you MUST try a somore! Haven't had one in ages, and now you've made me crave them.

BabyBokChoy said...

Alice, s'mores are severely SEVERELY overrated, lol. not to mention the calories!!! lol. I have to be paid if I'm to eat one of those things, lol.

But it sure looks like Henry is doing a great job roasting the marshmallow!! :) awfully cute.

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Oh Alice, this is fabulous! You have got to have a s'more!!! Don't feel bad, my Mom had her first one when she was 65. Lol Amazing coloring ~jeni :)

Niki Estes said...

This is so cute, Alice!

Tyggereye said...

Great card! Never a smore?? What?? The other day was National smore day. Can you believe there is such a thing. Well supposedly there is. lol. Love it!! Try one soon. :)

Helle said...

What a cute card!

Tiffany Ervin said...

Sweetness all over! That is definitely the perfect paper to go with that image!!

1LuvnMama said...

Just went camping a couple of weeks ago, and our family luvs making s'mores! What a great image and luv those papers too!

donna mikasa said...

So marshmallowy cute! Love your coloring and perfect patterned papers....super cute! Have a wonderful coloring weekend, Alice! Maybe I'll send you some marshmallows.....

Kelly Booth said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this Sweet Girl...Your cards always make me smile!!

Karen B. said...

Seriously adorable! I love how you've mixed your fantastic coloring with that line of patterned paper.

Vera Yates (Ling) said...

Aw, this so cute & sweet, Alice!

Amy Johnson said...

Awww, so sweet! I love the fun paper!

Brenda said...

Oh boy, that is totally adorable! I love how you ink the ground all the way to the edges, something really great about that look!

Beate said...

Absolutely gorgeous coloring! You know how much I LOVE your grounds! LOL
Hugs and smiles

Joy said...

What a cutie, I feel like I want to go and get marshmallows and cook them over the fire...hugs!

ivy said...

very cute card although....when i see this, the image of andrew zimmerman on bizarre foods comes to mind. he once roasted a rat in some country over a fire just like that! LOL

yyam said...

This is adorable! Love the use of the OA paper...and awesome coloring! :)


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