Stampin’ Queens Sketch Challenge

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Today is the Stampin’ Queens sketch challenge. Here is the sketch for this week:

When I looked at this sketch I thought about using the new Labels Collection Framelits dies from the upcoming new Occasions Mini. After looking thru my new stamp sets and deciding on which set I was going to use; I went with the Top Note die instead.

I wanted to give the new Scented Stampin’ Embossing Powders (#127034 Melon & #127035 Cherry $5.95)a try and the new Mouthwatering Stamp Set (#125675 $20.95 wood or #125677 $16.95 clear) is perfect for them. I really liked the smell of them as they were being heat embossed. I made the Real Red popsicle Cherry and the Lucky Limeade popsicle Melon. I stamped both popsicles on the top note die using Real Red, Lucky Limeade and Soft Suede markers. I then inked them again; stamped them on scrap paper and this time smooched the versamark ink over the top. I then added the scented embossing powders; heat set them and cut out the popsicles and popped them up on the top note using dimensionals.

Stamp Sets: Mouthwatering, Take it to Heart (#125520 $29.95 wood or #125522 $23.95 clear)
CS: Real Red, Soft Suede, Lucky Limeade Prints DSP, Whisper White
Inks: Real Red, Soft Suede, Lucky Limeade markers
Accessories: Heat tool, Melon and Cherry Scented Embossing powders, Lucky Limeade Ruffled ribbon, Top Note Die, Big Shot

Stop on by the Stampin’ Queens Blog to see the other beautiful takes on this sketch.

Have a Great Day!

3 thoughts on “Stampin’ Queens Sketch Challenge

  1. Kristen says:

    We did this a couple of years back using kool-aid I think the cards still have the smell its wonderful!
    I like the lines in your ice cream bars!

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