Unstampabelles Challenge


Unstampabelles Challenge are back we are upto week 3 of the challenge so still time for you to play along here.

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#86:Simply Bright and Cheerful 
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I used some bright (and cheerful!) pattern paper form MME Lime twist which I have had in my stash for a while! I know I’m not alone.  Time to use a few bits.  I punched several pieces with 1 1/4″ square punch and arranged directly onto my card base.  I then added the die cut sentiment and number for a significant birthday.  The numbers are also die cut with fun foam to add dimension.  I hope you like the bold black against the bright colours.
Look forward to seeing you in the challenge – remember no stamps and you have until 1st March midnight AEST.
I am going to link this up to the current challenge at Seize the Birthday.  I haven’t played in this challenge for so so long! here


Party Girl x 3…


Today I am sharing 3 cards.

I am linking them up to the current challenge at Scrapbook Boutique here

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I began by stamping the Prima Julie Nutting Image Party Girl 3 times with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Xpress blending cardstock and coloured with a mix of Sprectrum Noir, Kaisercraft and SU Blendabilities alcohol markers finished with clear wink of stella.

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I then made these into 3 cards

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This first one I used My Mind’s Eye Lime Twist pattern paper and SU Hello Honey Cardstock.

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This one I used Lily Bee Design Harvest Market pattern Paper and SBB Cherry Cardstock from the brights pack. The flags are cut from a scrap using SU Balloon framelits dies.

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The last card I layered Cosmo Cricket Mini Deck Baby Jane pattern paper and black cardstock. Once again I used the SU Balloon framelits to cut the flags.

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