Paper: CAS-ual Fridays – Stuck On You – Again!

August 31, 2011

Call me crazy…call me overzealous…or just call me a sticker hoarder. Either way, I’ve definitely gone a little sticker-crazy thanks to this week’s CAS-ual Friday challenge!

I already entered this card, but I thought I’d pop in to share the other three cards I made with stickers! (yep…three)! They are each super simple and so quick to put together!

So, with only thirty minutes left to enter the challenge, here I am hurriedly typing this post and sharing my other “Stuck on You” cards!

For this card, used the same Dogwood stickers by Martha Stewart that I used in my previous stuck on you creation!

This polka-dot doo-dad is all thanks to a package of garage sale pricing stickers that I found!   I just stuck them on in a staggered polka dot pattern and added a sticker sentiment using adhesive letters by American Crafts.
Turns out that these little circle stickers are a great, quick way to get white polka dots on a black cardbase! I suppose you could also use a circle punch and adhesive, but this way was super quick!

Last up is this ball of sunshine! You know I love to mix and match stamps…so why not do the same with stickers?!  For this card, I combined stickers from several American Crafts collections including their Margarita collection, which is where I found that cutesy dimensional chipboard sun!
Well, that’s it for my stickered creations. Leave it to me to post last minute…better late than ever though, right?
Have a great night peeps!

9 thoughts on “CAS-ual Fridays – Stuck On You – Again!”

  1. Holy moly! Girl, you truly outdid yourself on each of these projects! I have to say, I think my fave is the garage sale stickers one . . . leave it to you to think outside that proverbial box. Love it!! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  2. Looks like you are on a creative (sticker) overdrive! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! And how clever to upcycle the packaging! I love all the cards here–just darling! Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays! Always a delight to see your work, Amber!

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