Tuesday, 15 August 2017

The Flower Challenge #11 Reminder

Hi there friends, I am here with my Reminder card again
for 'The Flower Challenge'. Infact I made three cards
 this time. All with the required 'Background Stamping'
which is what we want to see this month. 
So without further ado here are my cards ;)

                                                   Card 1

Background stamping, Flower challenge
(Sorry about the big gap below, Blogger is playing up and won't allow me to remove it grr!



































White Linen card
Inspire me Vellum white
WPlus9 Modern Anemonies stamps
Copics & Promarkers
Glamour dust
Versafine Onyx Black ink


I stamped and coloured my flowers to form a background ,
 then I stamped some more flowers and fussy cut them. I
 added a strip of vellum, then attached the flowers. I stuck
 my panel to an A6  top fold card . A stamped sentiment 
(one part raised up a bit) and a touch of glamour dust
 completed my card.

                                                      CARD 2

Flower challenge, background stamping
White Linen card
Watercoloured card
Zig pens
AltENew Peony Bouquet stamps
AltENew Sentiment stamp
Lawn Fawn tag die
Hero Arts stamp edge die
Silver sequins

Same technique used as before.
                                                        Card 3

Flower challenge, background stamping
White Linen card
TH Watercolour card
Impression Obsession stamp 'Cover a card' spatter
(stamped sprayed with water and restamped)
TH Distress inks
MFT Roman Script stamp
Woodware stamp Long Tall Flowers
Versafine Black Onyx ink
Black permanent pen (to draw stems)
Liquid Pearls Bisque

 Same technique used as before.

Please use our cue card below when entering our challenge.
You have until the 25th August to join in. Check out my
 teamies cards and leave them some comment love. 
Amazing examples in our gallery now too ;)




Saturday, 12 August 2017

Vehicles one layer cards

Hi there friends, yes it's weekend again, how
did that happen so quickly?
I am here to show you my latest cards for this
weeks 'Less is More' challenge. It's back to a
'One Layer' card again and 'Vehicles'.

I managed to make two, one using a digi image
which I then coloured and added my own sentiment
to. I made number two my using some of my digi
bits and pieces and then adding some shadows and
a touch of sparkle.

Here they are, come and have a quick peek. I do 
hope you enjoy your weekend, whatever you have
planned ;)
ps. So sorry to see that Esther is leaving over at LIM,
you will be missed very much by us all lovely lady ;(

 Smooth White card
DearieDolls Digi image
Copics & Promarkers
Glamour dust
Black permanent pen (for birds)
Computerised sentiment























 I gave her some lipstick and added some sparkle to the bottom of the clouds.
Couldn't resist giving her this sentiment too lol!








Cream card
Digi bits and pieces
Glamour dust




Monday, 7 August 2017

Hibiscus card

Hi there friends, just popping in to share my
'Less is More' card. It's a colour  challenge this 
week and 'Tropical Fruits'. I love bright colours
and flowers (as you may have guessed) so this
is what I came up with.
 
So sorry I am late leaving comments for last
 week, looking after the littlies and catching up
 with 'stuff 'as yet! I will get there soon.

Enjoy your week whatever you have planned.
It's my birthday tomorrow, I celebrated early being
treated to a fabulous lunch out yesterday and also
a massive bunch of bright flowers today from
a neighbour. 
 
We loved the pub so much (13th century) that we
 are treating our son and his wife to another lunch 
there in 2 weeks time to celebrate their birthdays ;)


We even had three choices of vegetarian meals,
wow that was a great surprise....and what fab food !
 
Sorry enough waffling again lol....here is my card ;) 



LIM, CAS, Flowers

White Linen card
Beccy's Place free digi
Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside borders die
Clearly Besotted sentiment
Copics
Little Things & Neat & Tangled sequins








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