Ok, so I’m not making any promises about how often I’m normally going to post during the week, but I have an interesting challenge ahead of me and I just had to get started last night.
If you have ever been to the splitcoaststampers website, you may have seen that they have a gallery of project images organized by stamp set. Since any card or project can be uploaded to a given stamp set gallery, regardless on whether you used one or tons of stamps from the set, they have what they call “gallery index cards”. This is a cardfront that shows every single stamp from the given stamp set and no other stamps. That way, someone who is curious what is included with say…Thank You Kindly, can see that it includes exactly 4 different thank you sentiments.
Now, because there are hundreds of stamp sets out there, they have asked for help creating index cards for some of the new stamp sets. I agreed to do three – Thank You Kindly, Sweet Stems, and Game Night. So, here is the challenge. I didn’t want to make index cards that were just stamps on a cardfront. I wanted to see if I could make it look like a card you might actually give someone. So, with that in mind, I mounted my new stamps and started with Game Night. This stamp set makes me think of Las Vegas, and Las Vegas makes me think of gambling, and gambling makes me think of green and red. And so… my index card colors were chosen and I came away with this:
7 responses to “A Splitcoast Stampers Index Card – Game Night”
My heavens this is a good challenge but good on you for taking it up!! That is a great card for your first one! There will be a lot of people wanting that set I think!
That is a great idea. I want to play poker or go to Vegas NOW!!
You’ve done a fabulous job on this index card. Excellent.
That is a great challenge and will go to SCS to take a look at that – I have never known this. I really like the way you have put it together. Yes, when I think of gambling, I think of red & green as well.
This is a neat little challenge and you accomplished the theme perfectly! TFS!
this is very neat-o
wow i thought this was a card…love how you can use the whole set and it looks great!