Club Scrap Blog Hop: Big Top

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Hello, crafty friends!

Welcome to Club Scrap's Blog Hop - featuring the Big Top Collection!!!

If you came from Tricia's Blog, you're in the right place!
Your next stop will be Debby's Blog!
If you want to start from the beginning, click HERE!

This is a super fun collection!!!
I have lots of projects to's gonna be a long post...

Since I moved recently, I decided to buy a cake and cupcakes to celebrate the crazy move with my, I made a cake topper and cupcake picks.

First, the Merry-Go-Round Cake Topper:

I stamped the tent (Big Top Borders & Backgrounds stamp set) on pink cardstock, trim it and colored some details with gel pens. 
I stamped the animals (Big Top Collection stamp set) on white cardstock and trimmed it in a way that I could attach the tent and base. I colored the images with Copic markers and gel pens.
I stamped the border (Big Top Art Nouveau stamp set) on patterned paper and used a silver gel pen on the stars.

The Striped Washi Tape came in handy, since I didn't know where my tape was...

 Then, I made cupcake picks...

Simply fussy cut the animals from the patterned paper:

I ended up taking pictures of the picks using the 3 year-old son insisted on carrying the cupcakes in...and of course, he dropped the box (as you can see below)! =)

Now, if you like to stamp and make cards...the first 2 cards are easy to create using the Big Top Collection stamp set, patterned papers and Big Top Adhesive Pearl Stickers... Big Top Fibers...

Here's another card using Big Top Art Nouveau stamp setpatterned paper, Big Top FibersBig Top Embellishment Cutaparts and Striped Washi Tape...


For all cards:
I splattered some inks with a paintbrush or painted stamped images using All-Purpose Ink (Tsukineko/Imagine Crafts) in Poppy Red and Green Apple.
I inked the edges of the patterned papers and stamped images with brown pigment ink.

And if you're not into the circus can still use the papers for other this scrapbook page:

I don't really take selfies, but these were for a hair cut from a couple of years ago...


2. Challenge YOURself: ScraptoberFest Challenge - Create a LO that includes YOU in the photo
3. Scrap Our Stash ScraptoberFest Challenge: Create a LO using at least 2 different type of Washi Tapes

Now hop over to Debby's Blog to see her amazing creations!

Thanks for stopping by!

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