Saturday, 7 August 2010

Pink and green

This card is for One stitch at a time 24: sketch and/or 'use a little pink':

I've used Bo Bunny papers - the background is My darling Bella and the circle was cut from another BP paper, which I think is called darling dots - it was a small piece I rescued from the 12 x 12 that I mainly wasted the other day.

The bright green card was embossed with a cuttlebug folder and inked with orchid pastel chalk inkpad. The edges of the stamped sentiment were inked with lime pastel chalk inkpad.

This is also for:

Little red wagon
: 'circles, circles, circles'
Cupcake 102: 'distressing'
Flourishes timeless 78: 'no embellishments'
Delightful: 'distressing'
Freshly brewed: 'thank someone'
Wild flower Wednesday 26: 'embossing'
Meljen 19: 'clean and simple'
Alota 40: 'distress'
Our creative corner: 'it's embossable'
Sweet stampin' 38: 'pretty in pink'
Craft your days away 1: 'favourite things' - I just love, love papers and Bo Bunny are among my favourites
Cupcake inspirations 70, which had this inspiration picture:

Off on an adventure

'Off on an adventure' is challenge 16 on Cards for men. I've used the sketch for Critter 25, which has the added twist of using a minimum of two ribbons.

The double sided paper is K & Co Donna Ingemanson.

It's also for:

Scrappy frogs: 'a stitch in time'
2sisters 4: 'stitching'
Pals paper arts 54: 'a masculine KISS'

The shirt off your back

Order of the opus gluei challenge 66 is an unusual and novel one: 'use 'the shirt off your back' - in my case, it's the blouse. I photographed part of this blouse to give me some background paper:

The blouse material is a bit crinkled which gives a slightly offbeat look to the photo and print out.


I used CPS sketch 178 (love this - will remember it and use it again):

The spotted strip of paper is American crafts 'confetti'. The sentiment stamp is from Hobbycraft (think it was in one of their bargain bins).


This is also for:

Stampin' royalty 31: 'create your own designer paper
Sentimental Sundays 14
: 'switch it up! - new technique or new style' - this is the first time I've taken a picture of some material and used it as background paper
Simple doodles 23: 'get out of the box' - a different idea for creating background paper
Crazy amigo: 'free theme'
Tuesday taggers: 'lots of lovely black'
Penny's 35: 'anything goes'
Scrappy frogs: 'a stitch in time'
2sisters 4: 'stitching'
Stampavie 103: 'black, white and one more colour'
Stamp, scrap & doodle: 'no images only sentiments, diecuts or other embellishment'
Pixie dust 34: 'cute as a button'
Everything but the kitchen sink 20: 'buttons'
Really reasonable ribbon 5: 'black and white (can add a splash of colour'