Sunday, January 23, 2022

Two More Cards for the Polaroid Pops Challenges!

 I've been having so much fun participating in AALL and Create's Polaroid Pops Challenges that I just had to create two more cards for that I'm going to share with you. I wanted to let you know that Topflight Stamps is well stocked with AALL and Create's products, including Janet Klein's wonderful stamps, plus there are loads of new products. So hop on over to check out all the new goodies!

Here's my take on the Famous Face Challenge for Day 9, created with the Marilyn Clear Stamp Set 475

#PolaroidPopsChallengesDay9, Famous Faces

Here's my take on the What's Cooking? Challenge for Day 22. This one was created with Nana's Kitchen Clear Stamp Set 410 and the Sugar Cookie Clear Stamp Set 421All stamps are by AALL and Create.

#PolaroidPopsChallengesDay22, What's Cooking?

I made The Stand into a kissing booth with Marilyn as the star kisser. I bet she'd make a load of money! 

The Stand was stamped multiple times with Memento ink and fussy-cut several times, once to create the top part, once with the aperture cut out, and to cut out all the flags. Marilyn was stamped into the blank space in one of the layers, then colored with Copic markers. Blue glitter marker was used to accent her earrings because Marilyn loved to sparkle!

The flags were colored with Copic markers, then overstamped with the Reverse Stars Clear Stamp 484 using Tulip Red VersaFine Clair  Ink by Tsukineko. The same ink was used to add the 5¢ from The Stand and the sentiment from Love Birds Clear Stamp Set 155 the top panel of The Stand

The Stand/Kissing Booth was assembled and adhered to the center of a 3.5" x 4" white card.


I decided to go retro with my take on the What's Cooking Challenge. The cook pot and the percolator from the Nana's Kitchen Clear Stamp Set were stamped onto white cardstock and onto repositionable label paper, which was fussy-cut and placed over the pots on the stove. The stove from the Nana's Kitchen Clear Stamp Set was stamped onto the image panel and onto repositionable label paper, which was fussy-cut and used to mask the image. I placed a ruler horizontally over the images and brushed Jersey Cream Prism Ink by Hunkydory Crafts overtop to create a colored background. 

The ruler was moved to cover the top part of the image panel and tan Memento ink was brushed overtop to become the floor.

All masks were lifted and the stove, percolator, and pot were colored with Copic markers. The wood floor was colored with Copic markers as well.

The cute chef from the Sugar Cookie Clear Stamp Set was stamped, fussy-cut, colored with Copic markers, and edged with a dark marker.

The image panel, with the stove, was trimmed to 3" square and the chef from the Sugar Cookie Clear Stamp Set was adhered. The image panel was adhered to a 3.5" x 4" white card.

Please visit my blog, Kat's Tales of Stamping, for more detailed instructions and complete supply lists.

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