Sunday, 13 October 2013
I know, Im late with this one. I have had such a busy week & again, Ive not been well. This "illness"
of mine is driving me mad!! CMT has such a lot to answer for but Im not going to get into that argument/disagreement tonight.
The challenge, over at Stamping For The Weekend Challenge Blog, is sponsored by the brilliant Stamp Fairy where, at the moment, they have a sale on to celebrate an anniversary.
I chose to use Molly Winter 2 in which I coloured her with my Graph It alcoholic pens, adding fine glitter to the "fur" parts of her top & boots. I then used my newish Martha Stewart circle edge punch starter set with the snowflake attachment, once in white linen effect card and the other in a green dot embossed card from Brazill. I topped all of these onto a white version of the dot embossed card which is 12x12 inch square.
I finished it off with silver peel offs in various designs. I decided against using a sentiment as I felt it didnt need one. I more than likely will add a sentiment when I decide which Grandchild will be getting this card at Christmas.
I hope you like it as much as me! Good Luck with the blog challenge should you enter. We have fabulous prizes on offer to the chosen winners.
http://stampinfortheweekend.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/anything-goes.html will take you directly to the challenge post.....
Wednesday, 2 October 2013
Good afternoon peeps,
Yes I am on another Design Team!! This makes number 3 and I never regret applying to join them.
This one is called Crafting Musketeers Challenge Blog and this month's challenge is called:
Christmas in October and you will find numerous photos below to show off what I had made.
I decided to get my embossing folders out & see what I had available to use. I soon found just what I was looking for in the embossing borders that I came across with. These were the Season's Greeting border and the Holly & berries border that I used a few times.
I also used Spellbinders decorative labels to die cut the gold label under the coloured image.
It was only cut with using paper so it was fairly thin. I stuck it down using part of an A4 sheet of sticky foam sheet. This really helped to stabalise the gold paper.
The image I used is from: When The Scrap Hits The Fun & it is coloured with Graph It alchol pens & my trusty Promarkers.
The bow was made from a wired pale gold & red glitter Pointsettia ribbon that I found in with some other Christmas ribbons left over from last year, hidden away under some of my winter clothes!!!! Of all places. I suppose the bag of ribbons were put there as I knew that I would be getting the clothes out as the weather gets cooler.
The finishing touch for this card was the white/clear dazzle in the centre of the bow.
I hope you like this card as much as I do & dont forget to enter the challenge over here