Popping into share the current challenge at Unstampabelles here
#70: Every Day is Special
TWIST lots of colour
My card was inspired by this card by Therese at Lostinpaper. I don’t think I am alone in holding onto little slivers of pattern paper! This was a great way to use some of them up and I got to use lots of colour at the same time and every birthday is special.
I used some double sided adhesive sheets to attach my stripes of paper then cut down slightly for my card front. I finished with glittery sentiment die cut using Stamplorations and PTI dies.
Hope to see your creation in the link. Remember no stamps.
We have a holiday today for the Queen’s Birthday. Hope you are having a great time enjoying your day off.
Today I am sharing a card for a Dad.
#69: To the men in our lives….. TWIST add an animal
The Prize will be …..
a mystery collection of new crafting bits
As it is a mystery – there is no photograph of it!
There might be teasers during the month…..
You can find the challenge here
I used my SU Large Letters to die cut “DAD” in my pattern paper. I added foam to the back and placed them back in the spaces. The trick was not to mix up the “D’s”.
The twist is to add an animal so I opened up some kaisercraft wood pieces that have been sitting unloved on my desk for far to long!
Hope to see you in the challenge
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Recently we went to a significant birthday party for a friend of ours. When someone at the party asked me how long I had known the birthday girl I was a little shocked that it is close to 30 years. Boy time flys.
Here is the card I made
I used my SU letters for the birthday girl’s name along with cookie cutter punch, owl punch, fox punch and Papersmooches Hullabalo to make my “Liz”. I used an embossing folder to create the background and my sentiment is from Cool treats.
The birthday girl is a great athelete competing in iron women events, various runs/marathons and stair runs (running up stair wells of very tall buildings). We meet when my hubby was competing in triathalons. After so long mixing with these fit people it hasn’t rubbed off on me!
Hopefully you can see my idea of a water sport themed card.
I am linking this up to the challenge at Seize the Birthday here one layer – no toppings this time for me.
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I’m popping in today to share a few baby cards.
I am linking up to the current challenge at ScrapbookBoutique here
Last week was a busy week with 2 friends from knitting group becoming grandmothers, my cousin became a grandma for the second time and one of my book club buddies welcomed another into her extended family.
One of my friends asked me to make a card. So I made several. Sorry this is going to be a bit of a pic overload. Cause when I have everything out and I can’t decide I just get on a roll. Especially with the Noah’s Ark. Decided to make a few colour ways as I coloured up a few images at once.
Using ABS digital paper (the stripes match the shorts on the mood board), SU Made with Love, Su Baby’s first framelits and Simon Says Stamp baby.
Using Papersmooches Fascinators to create a shelf, ME Carnival Cupcakes & dies with digital pattern paper and ME just hatched. Do you think the little creatures are to straight? I wanted them to look like they are sitting on a shelf maybe the little rabbit should be leaning to one side. What do you think?
This one uses PTI Sweet baby, SSS baby, stitched dies and circle dies.
SU Baby’s first framelits and SSS baby.
This is the one she chose. SU Two by Two coloured with alcohol markers die cut with circle die and layed onto doily die.
I stamped and coloured a few images while I had the markers out and made a few for my stash.
I recently resigned from my part time job so today is my first day I would normally be at work. I have applied for a few jobs. So what am I going to do in the meantime? After a little bit of tiding up I plan to turn on the sewing machine and maybe make another card or two. I finished a quilt last week which I will share another day. I started another one some time ago and would like to make some progress on it.
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Today I am sharing my card for the current Challenge at Unstampabelles here
Layering and borders
Here is my card
I used ME Pizzaz pieces (my border die), Memory Box Classic numbers, PTI birthday die and Stamplorations Happy die cut from fun foam.
Now if you have followed me for a while you will know a lot of my cards are made as per my Kiddos requests. This one was no exception. However it is not as first requested. Mr M (19) requested a 21st card with the sentiment “Happy 21st Birthday” in computer coding – a series of “0” and “1”‘s that computers speak in. I started die cutting the mammoth task of all those 0’s and 1’s to quickly realise it wasn’t going to fit onto an A4 card front easily – then one of the dies moved whilst cutting even while using tape. The solution cut the panel down and put it on a normal size cut front as a background and add the die cut sentiment. Mr M was still happy.
Hope you get a chance to play in this challenge there are still a couple of weeks to go.
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Today I am sharing a card made using Julie Nutting Party Girl stamp set.
I stamped the image from Julie Nutting Party Girl stamp set onto express it card stock and coloured with copic markers. The sentiment is from PTI Birthday Tags. I mounted the coloured image onto black cardstock and SU pattern paper. I was taking reference to the quote on the SBB mood board along with the pastel colours.
I am linking up to the challenges at Scrapbook Boutique here
Seize the Birthday – anything goes here
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Well we are nearly to the end of the school holidays and I have not been as productive as I would have liked!
I have a long list of projects and I am not ticking them off fast enough! Sound like anyone else?
I have finished these
Perfect fit socks you can find the pattern here
and started this
Been working on this
And a couple of cards for a friend in my knitting group.
I used SU Number of Years stamps and dies.
I have my Easter baskets/boxes to make. On the to do list for today.
For my last birthday a few months back my kiddos gave me 2 close up encounters at Melbourne Zoo. I chose Giraffe and Squirrel Monkey. So yesterday hubby, myself, 4 kiddos + Ms S’s boyfriend all spent the day at the zoo so hubby and I could enjoy the encounters. Yes the kiddos all had to watch from the other side of the fence! You aren’t allowed to pat them just “stand like a tree”. They just sit on your arms nibbling their treats. We did get to give the Giraffe lettuce leaves. You stand on a platform and they come to you to grab the leaves in their long tongues. This was over all too fast!
Hope you all have a lovely Easter (if you celebrate the occasion) and you get a little spoilt with yummy goodies.
Until next time