Friday, February 22, 2019

Little Mushroom Home

Hello and welcome.  Today I'd like to share with you a card I've made using an image from the Mushroom Lane collection I've had, and never used.  It image was originally from Cornish Heritage Farms which has now closed, however you can still get it from Riley and Company. The card was originally started a couple weeks ago, but with the death of my step-father, I didn't finish it until now.

After coloring it using both prismacolor and copic markers, I stippled tumbled glass and garden green inks around the image before layering, distressing and adding silver brads.  For the card, I used garden green card stock dry embossed using my big shot and a cuttlebug circle embossing folder then stippling garden green ink over it.  I then took a snippet of tangerine card stock, dry embossed it and stippled tangerine tango ink over that before applying to my card using glue dots.  My final touches were adding silver brads, punched flowers with silver ice stickle centers, and then highlighting areas of the main image using diamond and yellow ice stickles.

Challenges entered:

Shopping Our Stash #389 - Make Your Mark
Splitcoaststampers MMTPT549 - If You Build It
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #349 - Anything Goes
Pammie's Inky Pinkies #1907 - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great weekend!!!

Stamps: Riley and Company
Ink: Stampin Up Garden Green, Tangerine Tango; Tim Holtz Tumbled Glass Distress Ink
Card Stock: Stampin Up
Accessories: Prismacolor and Copic Markers, MS Hydrangea Punch, Silver Brads, Ice Stickles, Silver Cord, Stampin Up Distressing Tool, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Stipple Brushes


  1. You created a fabulous card and I'm happy you shared it with us at PIP Challenges!

  2. Ohh!! I want to live in this adorable little mushroom house!!! So very sweet and cozy and beautifully colored.
    Thank you for sharing with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH.

  3. What a lovely card Bonnie. Wonderful colours and I would love to live in that adorable house :)


    Di xx