Today I am sharing my DT entry for the current challenge at Unstampabelles here.
The challenge to use gold foil or glitter and white. No stamps or other colours.
I have die cut deer from SU Detailed Deer thinlits added to an embossed white die cut circle. The circle and deer were popped up with foam tabs as you can see with the shadow. We are enjoying some lovely sunny spring days. The sentiment is from Stamplorations. A little glittery bow to finish off.
Thanks for stopping. Will I see you in the challenge?
You still have a little time to play with us at Unstampabelles.
As I type this there are only 2 entries – good chances to win the prize.
You can see all the details here
My challenge supplies
I have gone with a pretty simple theme of circles. I used various circle punches to punch out from silver paper, pattern paper and plain black cs. I used the silver washi tape above on scrap paper and punched out and used the tiny little black buttons. Some of the silver paper is embossed – a left over embossed piece from another project. The sentiment is a die cut from mini treat bag.
I am linking this upto the current challenge at Seize the birthday here – toppings to use punches or die cut – I used both
Hope you have time to join in the challenge and use some buttons and washi tape I know many of you have.
Until next time
Have you joined the challenge yet at Unstampabelles?
You can find the details here
I began by adding stripes of washi tape onto white cardstock.
I then punched these out. Ready to add to my card front.
My finished card with buttons for balloons.
Can’t wait to see what you create.
Popping in to share a card and cupcakes from this weekend.
Hubby celebrated a significant birthday. He didn’t want a party so the kiddos, partners and hubby and I went out to a local Japanese Teppanyaki restaurant.
A simply card using my large numbers and my new Stamplorations Congrats die. I was luck enough to win this recently along with some other goodies from Stamplorations.
Back home for dessert
Until next time
Popping in to share a card using Jane’s Doodles to the moon.
I am linking this up to the current challenge at Seize the Birthday here
I am also linking up to the current challenge at Double D challenges here
I used Jane’s Doodles To the moon and back (been sitting on my desk uninked for a few months!) plus alcohol markers and the paper is also a new pack from SU. All the images were fussy cut and popped up with foam tabs.
I am trying to work my way through my NBUS stash – problem is it keeps growing. I went to Paperific in Melbourne not really having anything in mind to purchase except my fav pre cut cs. Figured the entry fee was about the same as my postage would be if I placed an online order. Well that plan went out the window pretty fast! I came home with the cs plus 3 stand alone die sets, 2 stamp sets and 2 stamp & die sets. Plus I added a few more copics to my collection – would have been more I fear but I left my colour chart at home and had to phone Mr M for some assistance. Lucky he knows his way around my room & a copic colour chart (can’t say hubby would have found it – probably a good thing!). Must have been rather amusing for people near me to hear me say “in the white shelf unit, down the bottom on top of etc…” I could have got him to drop the chart in I don’t live far from where the expo was – probably a good think I just thought of that. – insert red face!
Boy the weeks fly by don’t they.
It is my turn to share at Unstampelles current challenge here
Challenge#84: Emboss, emboss, emboss……..
The TWIST is to make it for a male!
The Random Number Draw prize will be Stampin’ Up’s
I began by using embossing paste coloured with re-inker and circle stencil. Once dry I cut to desired size for my card front and mounted on cs of the same colour. I used my large letters and number to die cut HB2U (Happy Birthday to You) in silver foil. I then embossed those with a Kaisercraft embossing folder and added them to my card base with foam tabs.
Excluding the drying time this was a pretty quick and easy card and I think great for a boy/young male adult. Mr M (20) did confirm he would be happy to give to one of his mates for an upcoming birthday.
Hope to see you in the challenge. Remember no stamps!
This week one of the kiddos requested a Harry Potter inspired card.
I CASed this card from here
I free hand drew the hair and the scar before cutting out. I used SU Celebrate today for the “happy” and Number of Years for the “st”. The die cut numbers are from Papersmooches popped up with foam tabs. The glasses were made with circle punches and a strip of cs.
And for another 21st
A quick and easy card along with a personalised envelope. The envelope was large enough for the personalised luggage tag and gift card and the card. I CASed the envelope from here
And my last share for today is Ms A’s request. Ms A chose all the elements including the card base. For my regular readers you wont be surprised she was very specific about what colour papers had to go where!
Thats all for today
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