Friday, May 28, 2021

Just Keep Flying

Hi Crafty Friends,
Are you ready for a new Fun Friday challenge at Your Next Stamp? Challenge #165 is "Summer Sunset"! I created a Sunset Background with Distress Oxide Inks and added matching butterflies from the Your Next Stamp's Spread Your Wings Stamp Set.The jewels add an extra sparkle to this summery sky.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Where did you see your favorite Sunset?
A: Me? Pentwater, Michigan (see below)

Your Next Stamp Spread Your Wings Stamp Set
Penny Black Stitched Edge Rectangle Die
Kat Scrappiness Jewels

Comment on the Your Next Stamp Blog Post, Your Next Stamp Facebook Page, and Your Next Stamp Instagram for a chance to win a free stamp set, comments must be left by June 2nd and don't forget to comment on the Facebook Group and Instagram. The challenge runs through June 10th at midnight EST. Enter on the YNS Blog and you can win a $15 Gift Card and an extra $5 if your project uses YNS Products. I can't wait to see what you create!

Word Art Wednesday Weeks #493-494
Polkadoodles Challenge #22: Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Double Trouble Challenge #84: It's A You Day
Stinkin Inkers: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Stamplorations Spring Fling


  1. so pretty!
    oh I dont know,it was long time ago..

  2. Love the ink blended background and pretty butterflies!
    We have some pretty spectacular sunsets here in northern CA!

  3. Living near the California coast, we see a lot of beautiful sunsets. I see the San Francisco Bay from my craft room window and get a front seat view!

  4. Cute and colorful butterfly card and pretty sunset. I enjoyed sunsets in the Florida Keys.

  5. Ohhhh your blending is so so pretty! Perfect for these colorful flutterbies. So many sunsets are beautiful here in Mi, buf I think the most beautiful was when we took a sunset ride under the Mackinac Bridge about 5 years ago... spectacular.

  6. You did a great job blending those bright colors, looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble!

  7. Wow, I LOVE this sweet little butterfly card with the beautiful background. My favorite sunsets were in Hawaii...but I see a lot of great ones everywhere.

  8. Aaaaw, butterflys are so adorable, love the sunset background and sentiments. Whimsical and fun card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and Stinkin Inkers.

  9. Meghan, what a lovely card to capture your Michigan sunset colors! Looks like you might have used an alcohol ink on glossy paper to blend the background? Great sentiments to use for Double Trouble's "It's Your Day" challenge!!! -Donna

  10. So sweet and colorful, Meghan! As I get older I seem to enjoy every sunset but perhaps the ones I have seen on Hawaiian beaches have been the most memorable. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble Challenge #84.

  11. Adoreable card. Love the butterflies.
    In Croatia.
    Valerija xx

  12. Wow, such a beautiful card!
    Thanks for linking up at Polkadoodles Craft Challenge - Week 22.

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