Happy Halloween and welcome back to Day 3 of Sister Stamps Release #19! No tricks here, just a little sweet treat I made for Jenny of Sister Stamps. I didn't want to make another treat box, so since I knew that Jenny was doing Project Life (PL), I decided to make a 4x6 PL card using this stamp called MOCHI POUNDING! Even though Jenny's family doesn't pound mochi, I know she'll find a way to incorporate this card into her PL album. Right Jenny? Heehee! Now, as easy as this project looks, it was a little difficult for me. You see, I haven't done simple stamping and coloring on cardstock as a project for a while. I mean, I always stamp and color my images, but I usually cut them out and use them on a project. THIS image WAS the project! Know what I mean? The only embellishments I used were the two sakura flowers on Mieko's kerchief and the glossy accents I used on the mochi. I was so careful coloring up this project because if I made a mistake, I would have to start the project all over again! Yikes! Also, in case Jenny wants to use this PL card for a different project, I didn't add any sentiments to the card. Anyway, I'm very proud of how this card turned out. What do you think?
Can you see the glossy accents on the mochi? I really like the way it turned out.
Do you feel like having some mochi yet? I do ... especially the peanut butter mochi. It's sooo good! Please don't forget to stop by the DT members blogs: Debi, Eva, Special Guest Designer Cyndi, and of course the Sister Stamps Blog, for more mochi samplings.
Finally, I'd like to say thanks so much again for visiting my blog and YouTube channel, and leaving your comments. I really appreciate them all! For another look at this project and a chance to win this stamp, please check out my YouTube video here and leave a comment. I hope you all have a safe and Happy Halloween! As for me, I'm expecting approximately 500-600 trick or treaters this year. Yep, you read that right! The candies and pretzels we give out might last 45 minutes if we're lucky ... wish me luck! Until next time, take care and stay safe.