Monday, August 23, 2010


It's time for another Stampalicious Monday Challenge!!
Thanks to all who played along last week...I just loved seeing all those gorgeous creations in one of my all-time favorite color combos!!

This week, we want to see some texture on your card or project! You can add texture in so many ways including heat and dry embossing, fabrics and felts, metal, cork and or wood...the possibilites are endless!!! We want to see AT LEAST TWO DIFFERENT textures on your creation!!

Here is a card from yours truly, Stamps 'n' Coffee using one of our sweet Birthday Kids from the Totally Stampalicious Bugaboo Line!

Some beautiful texture here from Laurie - On the Bright Side!

That cupcake from Monique - For the Love of Paper, looks good enough to eat!

So many beautiful details on this gorgeous creation from Melissa - My Paper Obsession!

Happy Anniversary to Sue aka Coffeestamper and her Husband of 19 YEARS!!! She made this fun card to celebrate!!

Here is one of the greatest color combos of all time, RED and YELLOW, from Cindy Haffner's Corner!!! Stella looks simply FABULOUS dah-ling!!!
Ooooh!!! Check out these FABULOUS FLOWERS on this Birthday Girl creation from Patricia - Stamping with Kokirose!

I just love the ribbon detail Stacy - Twinshappy used on this Chef Pierre card!

Check out Witch Brawd from Lynnor - Just Add Glitter!! That Spider background she created is PERFECTLY a good way of course!!! LOL!! FABULOUS Halloween creation!!

Your turn!!! Let's see all the different textures you can come up with your creation!!! And don't forget we just might be giving something away so be sure to link your card or project back here using Mr. Linky, to be eligible!!


  1. Fabulous creations and colour combos ladies.
    Nicola -x-

  2. The DT made such lovely creations. I love embossing so thanks for a great challenge.

  3. So glad to see Bugaboo Stamps being showcased so well! Great job team.

  4. Mr Linky's not working for me - it says "Blog Owner: You may upgrade to display more than one Linky at a time." But here's my submission: