Signature Greetings by Papertrey is quickly becoming part of my stamping Hall o' Fame. There are so many uses for this set, and it fits cards from the casual to the more formal. Definitely getting my money's worth.
Today's card is clean and oh-so-simple. My good friends let my 13 year old tag along to Six Flags last week, sparing me the agony of a day at an "amusement" park. Don't get me wrong, I like Six Flags, but I would have had to take my 5 year old, too, and that was not at all appealing. OVERSTIMULATION to the maximum!
I knew I had this roller coaster sticker, and I figured I could make a fairly easy, yet still fun-loving, card based on it. One story from the day was that Ignatius and Erik waited 2-1/2 hours to get on the Raging Bull roller coaster, so I figured a coaster theme would be appropriate.
I am also loving Chalk Box's Creamy Brown Cat Eye. Talk about versatile! It is a simple way to make a card pop. I inked the coaster hill, as well as the outside of the card, with it. I used SU! Chocolate Chip for the sentiment. The cardstock is SU! Bordering Blue, and I think the brown is textured SU! Creamy Caramel, or its Bazzill equivalency.
I remember a few years back I was a member of a card club, and the leader of the club said using stickers was becoming passe. Every time I use a sticker, her voice pops in my head. It was such a ridiculous statement, especially considering the explosion of Thickers and rub-ons. If I can incorporate a cute sticker in a fun way, then call me passe, baby!