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Today I am sharing a project I have made for the current Challenge anything but a card at Unstampabelles here.
If you haven’t joined in yet you still have time.
I have used a tutorial from Qbee’s Quest here. Thank you to Brenda for such a great tutorial. She has so many great projects.
Here is mine
I have used SU Retro Fresh, Very Vanilla and tangelo twist papers. The handbag top was die cut using Courture Creations Victorian Rectangle and the closure is a brad I had in my stash. The ribbon is SU Tangerine tango. I felt the bag needed a little pretting up so I added the very vanilla die cut butterfly and a strip of rhinestones. This is a good size purse for various gift items.
While I was deciding which project I would create for today Ms A (11) created this little gift box from a template I have – source unknown. She went off on her own using her own crafty supplies and my punches. She created the Superman all on her own. She gave this to her prep buddy for his birthday last Friday.
Today’s card I am linking up to the current challenge at Uniko
Challenge #21 – Happy Birthday Bev here
I started by stamping images from Uniko Background builders Vines with SU Lucky Limeade and Old Olive. I used Tim Holtz Abandoned coral to stamp a few flowers. The sentiment is from Uniko Classic numbers stamped in memento tuxedo black ink. I finished the flower centres with liquid pearls. The stamped image was die cut using Inspired by stamping Fancy Label dies 3 and mounted with foam tape onto a Victorian Rectangle die cut from green cardstock from my stash.
Please ignore the black dot and the poor photography – I appear to have something on my camera lens! The colours are as in the first pic.
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Christmas in July!
I have used Christmas Baby Present Boy from Sweet November Stamps coloured with Spectrum Noir Markers. The background paper is from Lily bee designs Jingle Tiny tablet. The die cuts are from PTI and Couture Creations. The twine is Peapod from the Twinery with a PTI Tiny tag stamped with “Very Merry” greeting in Versafine Onyx Black and Colorbox Lime Pastel.
I am linking this upto the challenge this month at The Stamp Spot – Christmas Theme. Great time to make a start on those Christmas Cards.
Christmas in July
Hope to be a little more creative this weekend – have a feeling the weather will play stop outdoor netball.
Enjoy the weekend and thanks for looking.
This is for a friend who has just had a birthday. She has been away so I haven’t had a chance to catch up yet.
I have used a digi image from Whimsie Doodles.
I also used AC CS Scarlet, October Afternoon Sidewalks paper, Courture Creations Victorian Rectangle Die and Queen & Co twine. I coloured my image with Tim Holtz markers (Old Paper, Anitque Linen, Scattered Straw, Tea Dye, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss and Barn Door) along with Marvy Le Plume Crimson Lake.
I am entering this into Just Add Ink 137 sketch challenge.
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