This year's tax season was one of the busiest ones I've experienced!! And I was so consumed with the Recipe Swap that I completely forgot about posting the April Spotlight. I truly apologize for being SO tardy. The mind isn't what it used to be...and NOT getting better with age. LOL!!
April Spotlight Special
Welcome to the
A Muse Studio Spotlight!
month, selected stamp sets will share the spotlight with a gorgeous color
palette to create projects that showcase the versatility of paper crafting.
For April, the following stamps are 10% off regular price:
And, for a limited time, order the special Spring Fling Cardstock
Assortment Pack – an easy way to get the look showcased in this month’s
Assortment pack contains four (4) sheets each:
Spotlight pricing is good through 1:59PM
Eastern time, April 30, 2013.
Contact me to plan an order or if you want more details about these
projects.bjlee717 “at” comcast “dot” net
After an amazing Calendar Swap (posted here) last year, I was excited to host a Recipe Swap among the talented Creative Consultants of A Muse Studio.
Yet again, I am truly impressed by the creativity these ladies exhibited on their fantastic recipe pages. I'm excited to try out these delicious recipes this year.
Without further ado........here are all of the awesome pages:
(My old camera doesn't do justice to the gorgeous pages. I'm researching cameras right now and hoping to get the perfect camera soon)
My Recipe Page:
I started my page by creating a shell template and hand-cutting the shape out after printing my recipe on Sugar Cardstock. I sponged the inside of the shell with Shell Ink and the outer edge with Watermelon Ink. The layered base is Ocean and Sky Cardstock. I used the coral image from the Sea Shells stamp set, but applied Lime Glitter (using a glue pen) to make it look like seaweed. The sand was torn from Kraft Cardstock that was sponged with French Roast and Toffee Ink. I couldn't resist the cute tiny crab and sand dollar from the Life's a Breeze set. Finally, I punched the recipe title with a couple different sized circle punches and sponged them with Sky Ink to make them look like bubbles.