Sunday, August 2, 2020

Creation Station August Hop--Where the Wild Things Are Party Animals


Welcome to the August Creation Station Blog Hop.  Our theme this month is "Where the Wild Things Are Party Animals".  We've got lots of fun inspiration for you this month, so be sure and click on the "Next' button at the end of each hop to make your way around to all of the design team members' blogs.

My wild party animal today is the moose from the Merry Moose Bundle (#153015).  It  includes the Merry Moose stamp set (#150494) and Moose Punch (#150652). I'm so happy the Moose is back in the new mini!  Wild moose live in the Northern forests, so I kept mine in their habitat while they party hearty:


This cool dude is styling in his Mango Melody scarf.  He was stamped with Early Espresso ink on Soft Suede card stock then punched out.   To make the letters, I stamped the large tree image randomly on a piece of Whisper White card stock using Just Jade and Mint Macaron inks.  I die cut them using the Playful Alphabet dies (#152706) and mounted them on letters die cut out of a Foam Adhesive sheet (#152815).


This party group is celebrating a birthday with Mango Melody balloons.  The background
is a combination of a Textured Essentials stamp set (#152612) image stamped in Mint Macaron and the large tree image stamped in Just Jade.  Five moose were punched out of Soft Suede and adhered to the background and then the entire piece was embossed using the Subtle 3D embossing folder (#151775).    

The balloons were punched out of Mango Melody card stock using the Balloon Bouquet Punch (#140609).  The greeting is from the Well Said stamp set (#148796).  It was die cut using a die from the Rectangle Stitched dies (#148551).

Now, head on over to the fantastic Sara Levin's blog to check out her Wild Things:


1 comment:

  1. Party mooses!!! LOL - (I know it's just moose, but mooses is much more fun)

    ReplyDelete

Dragonfly Meadow--#tgifc311

This is sketch challenge week over at TGIF Challenges, but this week we've been challenged to make a slimline card, instead of using a s...