Location: Winter Park, FL
PeaNut Number: 379955
PeaBoard Title: StuckOnPeas
About meI'm an attorney, but I work for the government so I'm not a real attorney. I do research and writing for judges. I've been crafting for over 20 years now but I only started stamping in 2007. I have a husband who is very tolerant of my craft hoarding. And I'm the proud momma of 4 four legged children: 2 beagles (Dashiell and Myrna) and 2 cats (Nora and Inque).
WSW14 Cheat Sheet
Challenge titles with a (Y) after them may be combined with other challenges. Those with a (N) may not be combined with others. Those with a (?) don't specify but I've asked the host.
Makeover: (Y) Make over a container to hold your crafting supplies/ tools. Must include some stamping but everything else is up to you.
Host: Far North
Oh So Pretty: (Y) Make an embellishment using the technique from Tim Holtz/Jennifer McGuire. Supplies needed: clear surface (clear button, Time Holtz fragment, glass, or acetate), alcohol ink, Ranger's Black Archival Ink, and Glossy Accents or something similar; apply alcohol ink to clear surface and heat dry, stamp with Archival Ink and immediately remove ink with cloth (which will remove alcohol ink too), mount piece with Glossy Accents, use as embellishment on card or ATC.
Summer Coat: (Y) Create a background using twist on Joseph's Coat technique. Must include before picture of patterned paper. Use at least one stamped image and 2 embellishments. Technique: Use embossing folder on pp, brayer embossing ink over pp, add clear embossing powder, ink piece, wipe with cloth to remove excess ink.
Getting Sentimental: (Y) Create a card using at least 5 separate sentiment stamps. All 5 must be on the front of the card. Include photo of the stamps used.
Molded Tissue Stamping: (?) Create a piece using the molded tissue technique and use it on a finish project. The technique: lay one ply of tissue on stamp and dab on water with a brush, continue for at least eight layers, be sure to push tissue into image with brush, let dry and remove from stamp.
Stamp a Dwelling: (Y) Build a dwelling using a minimum of 3 different stamps. You can start with an actual dwelling stamp and add 2 more stamped images to its construction but just adding landscaping or residents to it will not count. Does not have to be a house for people, critters need homes too.
Stamping in Triple Time: (Y) Cut light cardstock into 3 pieces: 2 x 3 ¼, 3 x 4 ¼, and 4 x 5 ¼; cut dark cardstock for mats into 3 pieces: 2 ¼ x 3 ½, 3 ¼ x 4 ½, and 5 ½ x 8 ½ square (fold for card base); stack light cardstock with smallest on top and lightly tape together so they will stay put for stamping; stamp image over all three layers at once (there will be gaps but don't worry, they'll disappear when matted); color image; layer with mats of dark cardstock – use foam dots for top layer for some dimension; embellish and add to card base.
Clean and Simple: (N) Make a clean and simple card. You can use 2 stamps - 1 image and 1 sentiment. You can use color cardstock.
It's Not 1942 but...: (Y) Make a piece using the Black Magic technique. Select a stamp that has some solid area(s), stamp on a black (or very dark colored) cs then use colored pencils to color over some white areas of the stamped image
Uncorked: (Y) Create a finished 3D project that includes stamping on a cork. NO flat sheet cork. If you make a pendant or magnets, make at least 3 to qualify.
Broadway Bound: (Y) Pick a Broadway show to inspire a new project. Must use at least one image stamp.
Host: Craft Nerd
From Me to You: (Y) Create a gift that involves stamping. Must use at least one stamped image.
Host: Craft Nerd