I am linking this card upto the current challenge at Scrapbook Boutique here
Loves rubber stamps #157 here – use a die cut
Through the craftroom door here – anything goes
A few of the DT at SBB used Teresa Collins Everyday Moments paper. Knowing I had some
hoarded saved I have used a little of it here.
I stamped Mama Elephant Water blooms with SU Daffodil Delight ink onto my white card stock and die cut with my brand new NBUS stitched tag from Mama Elephant Basic Set. I also cut one from my patterned paper. The yellow patterned paper is also cut with a stitched die from the same set. I stamped the sentiment from (NBUS) Mama Elephant Up and Away in SU Night of Navy ink. I punched a hole and threaded some ribbon through and tied with twine. As a finishing touch I added a few sequins from my stash.
Now in all fairness it took me a few tries to get this together. First I tried heat embossing gold to find I was trying to emboss glitter! After blowing gold glitter all over the floor No 1 in the bin. Second attempt used the gold embossing powder and was not happy with the results. Bin again. Third and fourth attempts uneven stamping – yep the bin again. By now I was a little determined. So my card now complete has my Fifth and final attempt at getting an image.
Before I go I want to share this quilt I finished recently
I had a jelly roll I purchased a while ago in my fabric stash and added the yellow and cream stripes of the same width. I layed the pieces out until I was happy with the colour flow, stitched the rows together and then proceeded to complete with 50/50 cotton&bamboo batting.
I used a yellow fabric on the back which has a circle pattern along with the black stripe for interest and to get the width of the fabric needed to back the quilt.
I quilted in the ditch along the horizontal lines only. I finished the quilt with black binding.
The finished size is 132cm x 144cm
Thanks for stopping
16 thoughts on “A little navy and yellow .”
Oh I’m so glad you were determined Vicki – the result is stunning! You wouldn’t be the only person to try more than a few times to get the result you want – but what a learning experience that can be! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Scrapbook Boutique! You are so productive!! – that quilt is also beautiful!
Thanks Ann. I thought it was time I shared something that didn’t work the first time! I am sure lots of people have had similar experiences. Sometimes the challenge is to turn something that didn’t work into something that does.
Lovely card! Great design! Thanks for joining us this week at Loves Rubberstamps!
Glad you finally got a card you liked. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing with us at Scrapbook Boutique this month.
Well done, perseverance is everything, but honestly, you could just have entered the photograph of that wonderful quilt!
card. Thank you for participating at TTCRD challenge this week, Hope to see you in the next challenge too.// Zora DT
Love your gorgeous tag Vicki and the sequins too 🙂
Such a fun take on the inspiration Vicki! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Scrapbook Boutique! (ps your quilt is awesome!)
I have more fabric & wool than I do paper! Need to use some 🙂
A++ for perseverance Vicki!!! I won’t tell you how many tries I have before I present a card 🙂 Glad you kept going as its lovely! Love Love Love the quilt too. The colours are stunning. I am a jelly roll fan and have just recently finished one, I’ll pop it up on my blog soon. Its basic but I like it ! Thank you for joining in and sharing with us at Scrapbook Boutique x
Thanks Angela. I’ll be popping by to take a peek at your quilt 🙂 Jelly rolls make it so quick.