Tuesday 10 April 2012

Make a wish

Having made a masculine card using a topper from a Hunkydory kit that arrived today, I decided to make a card for a girl with a fairy theme. It was difficult to get a photo because the image, surrounding mat and the sentiments were all edged with a bright pink foiling. Felt flowers with buttons are from Poundland.

This is for:

Craft your passion 105: shaped cards
Let's craft and create 42: shaped card
Scrappy frogs: shape it up challenge - shaped card
PaperPlay 15: shaped card
Love to create 10: birthday
Paper pretties 200: monochromatic card
My Sheri 82: create a birthday card for a child under the age of 5
By the cute and girly April: once upon a time, fairy tale
My time to craft 177: fairy nice
The squirrel and the fox 15: things with wings
Stamp, scrap & doodle: things with wings
Pollycraft 135: fabric (felt flowers)
House of Gilli 31: flowers
Pink elephant 143: flowers
4 crafty chicks 84: flowers
Wags n whiskers 76: say it with flowers
Twisted Tuesday 2: I never promised you a rose garden - flowers, but not roses
Lily pad: flowers
Blog a doodle: bold and bright colours
Robyn's fetish 102: anything goes
Anything goes 64: anything goes
Prairie fairy Fridays 76: anything goes
Fairytale 38: everything goes
Make it Monday 84
Inspire me Fridays 53
52 card pickup 14

Man of the match

This is a quick card for the sketch on Willow Sketchie this week:

 I used this sketch for a card the other day, but forgot the rule on Willow Sketchie regarding the number of challenges to combine, so I've made this card now instead. The alternative theme on Willow Sketchie was 'lots of layers' - I don't think you'd call this lots, although there are layers.

Papers are from my offcuts box (the striped one was originally from a magazine) - another for Pixie's crafty snippets 15 and the topper and sentiment are from a Hunkydory kit 'for the gentlemen' just received from Create and Craft (one of those kits that are useful for making up a lot of cards for selling for Tearfund).

Earlier today I blogged about the privilege of joining Shopping our stash again this week for their 'masculine theme or 'boy' colours' challenge 47, with this card., so this card is also for that challenge.

This is also for:

Make my Monday 44: men/boys vintage
Scrapbook sisters 78: men
Joanna Sheen: it's a man's world

Suzie's 365 day 101: clutter

As our DIL and girls were visiting today I did a buffet lunch. so for day 101 this is just some of the clutter from the packaging of some of the products I used (having put all the actual boxes in the paper recycling bin):

Suzie's 365 day 100: gentle

I wasn't sure what to do for yesterday's day 100: gentle on Suzie's 365, but today I had the perfect answer. Our DIL and children came over to visit us today, including baby Jorgie who will be four weeks old tomorrow. So here is a picture of the oldest granddaughter being so gentle with the youngest

Guest designer: Shopping our stash

This is my second week as guest designer for Shopping our sash and challenge 47 is asking for masculine theme or 'boy' colours.

I've used papers from my offcuts box - the main backing papers were originally magazine freebies. The paper backing the DCWV epoxy stickers is Basic Grey cupcake/kazoo blue. This is another entry this week for Pixie's crafty snippets 15.

This is also for:

Scrapbook sisters 78: men
Desert island crafts 28: I chose - no glitter, suitable for a child under 10, 2 or more patterned papers, masculine
Joanna Sheen April: it's a man's world
Charisma cardz 13: chipboard or stickers
Use it Tuesday 29: anything goes - I used all old stash
Robyn's fetish 102: anything goes
Anything goes 64: anything goes
Prairie fairy Fridays 76: anything goes