Is everyone super excited about the Market Street Stamps Anniversary Celebration next week! I know I am! I've got the inside scoop- trust me, you're NOT going to want to miss the party!
MSS is kicking the party off a little early with an INCREDIBLE Anniversary Block Party- we're talking BIG prizes, ladies!
Here are the details:
- Create any project you'd like, with any theme. BUT you must use Market Street Stamps. (Good news! You have until 10/19 to link up, so if you don't have any of our stamps just yet, there's still time to play along if you order within the next couple days. We ship SUPER DUPER fast! We have stamps as low as $5.)
- The deadline to enter your project is Wednesday, October 19th @ 11:59 pm Central.
- We will choose a select number of finalists.
- Then, we will enable voting on Thursday, and everyone can vote for their favorite finalist.
- The winner of the contest will be announced on Monday, October 24th!
- Link just one project per person for this Block Party, por favor. :)
Ok folks, I'm giving you all the details here and they're also all up on the MSS blog- there's even a button on the sidebar of the MSS blog to make it super easy for you to find the Block Party post!
What are ya playing for you ask?
Oh.... well.... how does $600 in free stamps sound???
Angelica and Jorge have very generously offered up a FAB prize for this month's Block Party to help celebrate the anniversary!
The winner will not only win a Guest DT spot for December, but also
a $50 store credit each month for a full year!
If that's not incentive for you to play, I don't know what is!!
Now on to my project! Haha!
I'm really LOVING the new Comfort Food stamp set- it's quickly becoming one of my favorites and it's PERFECT for cards this time of the year. I whipped this one up real quick the other night and I thought I'd share it with you for the Block Party!
I started by cutting a square piece of rustic cream cardstock. Then, I took a sheet a copy paper and cut a 3" circle from it. I layered the copy paper over the rustic cream cardstock to create a negative mask. Then, I took the PIE stamp from the Comfort Food stamp and stamped it repeatedly inside the open circle area. Next, I took my blending tool and applied some Antique Linen Distress Ink in the circle. Remove the mask and you have a super cool circle focal point on your card! SO FUN!
I colored the pie image with Copics and adhered it with foam tape. The sentiment was stamped on a piece of scrap cardstock that I turned into a fun banner.
I hope you like my project today and I REALLY hope that you'll play along and link a project up for the MSS Block Party!