Drunken Stampers #118 – Sixteen Candles

Happy Saturday, crafty friends! It’s my team’s turn to post this week at Drunken Stampers, and this week, we’re celebrating with “Sixteen Candles”…it’s a birthday party and you’re invited to join us!
I chose to feature “Julie” by Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps on my card:
Other supplies: patterned paper (“It’s the Little Things” – Fancy Pants; “Promise Me” – SEI), black seam binding ribbon, mini brads, foam tape, sentiment stamp (Paper Smooches), Copic markers.

Here’s our challenge graphic:

To play along with our challenge, here’s what you need to know:

  • For this term, our challenges are focused on movies and it will be an EITHER-OR-BOTH challenge. You can EITHER use the movie in the title as inspiration OR use the suggested theme or item. You may want to even kick it up a notch and use BOTH! We can’t wait to see your creativity with these challenges!
  • When you have finished your card or project, visit the Drunken Stampers blog and add your blog link, gallery link, etc. using the InLinkz tool at the bottom of the challenge post.
  • Please add the link directly to your project (any generic blog links will be deleted from the list) then please leave us a comment to let us know. (If InLinkz isn’t working or is just misbehaving, please leave a comment at the bottom of the challenge post with the direct link to your card) 
  • You have until Friday, March 15 at 11:59pm PST to post your link for this challenge.
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Thanks so much for stopping by! Visit the Drunken Stampers blog to see what the rest of the “Bahama Mamas” created for this challenge! We can’t wait to see what you’ll create!


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4 thoughts on “Drunken Stampers #118 – Sixteen Candles

  1. Donna says:

    Gorgeous card Suzanne! Your cards are so elegant! I love the colours and the layers (not to mention my serious envy of your colouring skills!!!)

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