Friday, September 2, 2016

You're All I Knead - TGIFC71

Friday is practically over and I'm posting this a little late.  I usually only post for TGIF Challenges on the even number challenges, but I liked this color combo and thought I'd still join the fun.  (Of course, I'm not actually competing for TGIFC71, just here to inspire!) :)

I'm also joining the fun at Freshly Made Sketches for their sketch challenge and Global Design Project for their "food" themed challenge.

I might be stretching it a little with the "food" theme, but what the heck!  You can make a lot of (good) food with a mixer! :)

The card I made today features the mixer from the new Yummy Little Christmas set.  When I first saw this set, it went on my wish list immediately.  I love to bake and knew that this would be a great set for the holiday gift giving.

 The custom sentiment is made using the Labeler Alphabet set.  I love making fun custom sayings with it and was happy to see something replace my beloved Rotary Alphabet stamp.

I hope you take time this week to play along with us at TGIF!  Color challenges are some of my favorites and I love to see how creative stampers can be!

Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to check out another fun card I made with this set tomorrow! Hope you have a great weekend!



  1. Oh this is so cool! Love what you have done with this stamp set Holly. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge! We appreciate your support of the GDP challenge blog. Xx

  2. I love the sentiment. "Mixes" well with the whole card. Fabulous job.

  3. What a fun card! Your images are delightful and I love your color choices. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

  4. Just gorgeous as always Holly. I love the stamped background and your personalised sentiment as well as the texture and all the layered detail. Thanks so much for playing along with the TGIF challenge this week.

  5. I am way behind with checking out entries for the Global Design Project and TGIF. Back to school with the kids had me all over the place. Thank-you for taking both challenges. I love that you made your own greeting with the letter stamp set! Thank-you for playing along! - Krista Frattin from Canada