Thursday, June 11, 2020

Shopping Our UFOs

Shopping our Stash has headed into the Area 52 of the crafting world for their current challenge: UnFinished Objects, or UFOs. :D I am hoping to jump in and use up lots of my *saved* bits and create a little more room... for more bits? Here's my first one: 

I can't even tell you when I made this little outdoor scene... except I remember my plan was for there to be an Eiffel Tower in the background behind the greenery. I tried it twice, it just didn't want to work, and I made a tower-less scene that I then didn't use. So here it is now! I stamped and embossed a pandemic-appropriate sentiment on an already die cut sentiment banner, and presto, I have a card. 

I have a squadron of UFOs lined up, waiting to take off and be made into finished cards! 

Supplies: Neenah white cardstock, Strathmore mixed media paper, Unity (?), Gina K. Designs Tropical Flowers stamps, Versafine onyx black, Stampin' Up garden green & tumbled glass & mowed lawn distress inks (I think), Wow clear gloss embossing powder, MFT stitched square & Simon Says Stamp Small Folded Banners dies, MFT cloud stencil, Frisket masking liquid

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JulieP said...

I love this! No tower needed.

Tracey McNeely said...

Lindsey, I love your cute cafe table the perfect place to have a glass of wine with a friend!

Claire (Mrs H) said...

Oh what a cute table, wish I was sat there having a glass of wine and a good natter

Joyce said...

This is a wonderful card. Love that fun scene. I have literally boxes of UFO's all over, and I must make time to complete at least a few of them for this challenge. Thanks for the inspiration.

Chris Dring said...

I love this scene you created, regardless of it being sans Eiffel Tower! Thanks for joining in at Shopping Our Stash!

Chana Malkah said...

Beautiful scene! I could step right into this image! Thanks for playing along with us at Shopping Our Stash!
Chana Malkah, DT

Kim Heggins said...

Wonderful in love with those sweet scene you created!!!

cm said...

I want to step into this scene and have a sip of wine with you! A wonderful 'sense of place'! Your reference to the Eiffel Tower sparked memories of my trips to Paris (with my brother on our two Tour de France adventures)...a lovely city!