Today is the day . . . Sister Stamps Release Day! Woohoo!!!
If you came here from Debi's blog, you're all good! If not, head on back to the Sister Stamps blog to get started on your hop!
It's almost sad to end the hop. I've had so much fun creating with these adorable images and got a chance to really "craft"! :) I hate to say it, but I pretty much forgot how to post, link, and navigate through my blog, especially taking my photos and editing them. Yep, had to relearn everything . . . that's my fault for being away too long. Hopefully, this will help me get back into crafting and sharing something of substance. HEE, HEE!!! No promises though . . .
Ok, here's my last and final project. I created a shadow box using Lori Whitlock's SVG 8x10 Shadow Box. You can find it at the Silhouette Online Store or at Lori Whitlock's Shop.
I decided to color Miyoko and Mariko. The Sister Stamps name was created in the ECAL software and I just welded the letters together. I also put together a 3D #1 representing Sister Stamps 1st Birthday using the 3D Number Party Kit. The teeny tiny lantern above the #1 measures approximately 1.5 inches. It wasn't easy trying to glue the lantern together, but happy that I did it! It's from the Crisp Days of Fall Kit from SVGCuts.
Here's Miyoko. With my Copic Multiliner pen, I drew in lines for her hair. Just wanted to try something different. Miyoko was masked only exposing her kimono which I stamped with another sakura stamp.
Here's Mariko. I just luv her in deep red! The lanterns hanging above her is from Lawn Fawn's Lunar Lights set. All the other embellishments within the shadow box is from Bo Bunny's Serenity Collection.
Your next stop, Ms. Amy Young! Thanks for stoppin' by . . . don't forget to get your Sister Stamps!
THANK YOU SO MUCH JENNY! THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN AND I'M GLAD I WAS ABLE TO JOIN IN ON YOUR CELEBRATION. CRAFTING AGAIN DEFINITELY BROUGHT ME BACK TO MY "HAPPY PLACE" & REALIZE I NEED TO DO THIS MORE OFTEN. WISHING YOU MANY, MANY MORE YEARS OF SUCCESS WITH SISTER STAMPS!