Friday, September 4, 2009

Apples to Apples PMS Sneak Peek

I have another great new set to preview for you from Paper Makeup Stamps called Apples to Apples. Being a teacher, this was the perfect stamp set for me!Our DT member and designer, Shaela Odd, designed this set. She mentioned that she created it for the apples because she couldn't find a set that had good apple stamps. There are a total of six different apples in this set along with three great quotes. I used the traditional apple here and paired it with SU's retired summer picnic dp. The white background was embossed with a Quick Kutz die. I added the red glitter dots to fill up the white space. The apple quote was given some color with a soft brush and real red ink while still in the nestie die. You can't really tell in the picture, but the apple is covered in crystal effects to make it shine like a real one.

Our PMS DT has some other samples to share with you on the PMS blog. If you leave a comment on the PMS blog, you could win this entire set! Good luck! Thanks for stopping in today. Have a great weekend!
Recipe
Stamps: Apples to Apples (PMS)
Paper: Neenah white, real red, Summer Picnic (SU retired dp)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, real red
Copic Markers: R29, 35; G09
Accessories: Quick Kutz die, nesites, red glitter dots, crystal effects, dimensionals

10 comments:

Tina said...

Gorgeous Lisa, I love the red and white.

Georgia Ehrmann said...

Lisa this is a beautiful card... Good luck on "back to school" next week! I know that I for one will miss the freedom of summer...

Christi said...

This is gorgeous!!!

Shaela said...

awesome card, I love it!

Lisa M. (aka. Lisabee) said...

Love your card, Lisa! Especially those red glitter dots! I gotta get me some!

Crystal said...

Lisa this is SOOO cute!! Love your apples and sentiment!

Lisa Brown said...

So precious, Lisa! Hope your year is off to a good start!

Lisa Brown said...

So precious, Lisa! Hope your year is off to a good start!

tangiicrain said...

I love it! Don't you just love those glitter dots?! Fabulous job, as always!!

Cheryl said...

Love the clean look of this with the pop of red! Great use of the sketch, which I love!

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