Last night was the mini virtual stamp night at Splitcoaststampers. There were six challenges over a six-hour period. I completed three of the cards and have until Monday 26th to finish the other three, if I choose to.
For the first card, we were to make a joy fold card using red, bling, and something "diva-like." I used this Ebony stamp from The Greeting Farm. I paired her with beautiful papers from Graphic 45, Cuttlebug flourishes, half pearls, and a K & Co. satin flower. To learn to make a joy fold card, you can go to the resources section of Splitcoaststampers.
For this challenge, we were to make a monochromatic baby card. Boy that was challenge, because I rarely make monochromatic or baby cards. For this card, I used a lion cub image from Meljen's Designs and a Stampin UP sentiment. I tried to make the cub blue, but it was just too much blue with the papers, so I had to change him to yellow.
For this challenge, we were to make a "wet" looking card. Being the cat lover that I am, I decided to go with the cat theme. I put glossy accents on the Stampin UP fish image to make it look like water. The little kitty and sentiments are from Mark's Finest Papers. This fish looks so bored, he isn't the slightest bit concerned about the cat behind him.