Anything Goes Challenge entries for Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Sometimes I love a specific challenge, but the “Anything Goes” Challenge often comes in handy. No rules or guidelines means I can take whatever card needs I have at the moment and have them do double duty for a fun challenge entry!
This week I have four cards to share with you for the “Anything Goes” Challenge. All of them are birthday cards…yep, it’s time to make sure my February cards are done!
I’ve used this basic card design before but this time decided to add some enamel dots to brighten it up and add dimension. I also used the Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush to add some dazzle to the inlaid die cut letters.
It’s a clean and simple card but bold!
In a recent order with Simon Says Stamp, I picked up this adorable stamp set. It’s a small set, but so cute and I think it’s going to end up being used a LOT.
I simply stamped it in black and colored it in with Copic markers. I used the chisel tip of the markers to make a custom background for the birthday sentiment strip. I love the color combo!
Out of This World Birthday
Here’s a card using a Lawn Fawn stamp and die set I got for Christmas. I love this set! It’s so cute and has a lot of possibilities. In fact, I made another birthday card using it in early January.
This time, though, I decided to use black cardstock and just splatter my stars on with metallic silver watercolor paint. Simple, easy, and effective.
I colored the images with Copic markers and cut them out using dies. They are mounted to the card using double-sided foam tape.
My last entry into the “Anything Goes” Challenge uses this cool retro-vibe stamp set and die set from Lawn Fawn. (I always try to get the coordinating dies at the same time if I can! So handy!)
I stamped the images onto white cardstock and colored them in with Copic markers. I added metallic silver tape on the black cardstock card as a retro background. It reminds me of the 80s! I can say that because I grew up in the 80s. Just sayin’.
I love the pixel-y lettering on the sentiments! Oh, and I also used Ranger Glossy Accents to add dimension to the joystick and buttons on the machine.
Okay, so that’s it for now y’all. This was a fun challenge!