Monday, 15 July 2019

The Flower Challenge #34 Reminder

Hi there friends, I am back with another DT reminder card for 'The Flower Challenge'. Our theme is 'Pretty Pastels' this month, which gives you lots of options I think you will agree!

See our blog for all details, we also have another great Guest Designer....Michelle Lupton and also a prize from the lovely Bev over at Uniko too. We hope you will visit our blog and be inspired by all the beautiful floral creations you see there...and maybe take part too ;)

Anyway come and see  my card, I just used TH Distress ink Cracked Pistachio for a change! I love the fresh minty colour..as I write this it's very hot and humid here and the greeny-turquoise colour looks most refreshing to me....and who doesn't love a sweet daisy (I used one of Bev's yummy stamps again too) ;)

Thanks for the visit and enjoy your week whatever you have planned ;)

Flower Challenge, Uniko, CAS 

Smooth White card
Uniko Gerbera stamp and sentiment stamp
Sarah Davies Enchanted Forest stencil
TH Distress ink
Versafine Onyx Black ink
Little things sequins

I made my top fold card base then used my stencil and inked onto my card base. Then I stamped my flower.
I stamped my sentiment onto a spare piece of card. After cutting it into a fishtail shape I attached it to my card using 3d pads to raise them up a little.

A sprinkling of sequins and my card was complete.

 Please add our cue card below when entering our challenge.
You have until the 25th July to enter.

Saturday, 6 July 2019

LIM Guest Designer card #399 Celebrations

Hi there friends, I am back with my usual card for the 'Less is More' challenge again. This time I am lucky to be their guest designer too. I was so thrilled to win their monthly prize also, thanks to 'LIM' for choosing me ;)

Anyway back to my card, their theme is 'Celebrations' this time. It's an easy one so I hope you will all try and join in.

I faffed about a bit and wasn't happy with my first attempt at a card, using watercolouring. Sometimes things just don't go right do they?  after a while I spied this alcohol ink panel I had made a while ago and decided to cut it up and use it on my card...result! I added a gold celebrate sentiment strip, a few sequins and my card was finished.

Enjoy your week whatever you have planned ;)
 
 
Smooth White card 
Glossy card 
Gold sparkly card
Ranger Alcohol inks
Penny Black die
Sequins





Thursday, 4 July 2019

The Flower Challenge #34 Pretty Pastels

Hi there friends, we have a new challenge over at 'The Flower Challenge' and this month it's another easy one and 'Pretty Pastels'. That gives you lots to choose from I think. Just make sure you use flowers and that they are the main image on your card ;)

We have another talented Guest Designer too and this month it's  Michelle Lupton from 'handmade-by-michelle'. Please do visit her blog and see her gorgeous cards there and leave her some comment love too ;)

You will be pleased to know that we also have another PRIZE again for our winner this month. The lovely Bev from Uniko is sponsoring us and she is giving our lucky winner one of her beautiful stamp sets (any in stock stamp set and value). I also used  one of Bev's lovely stamps on my card !

Anyway here is my DT card below, check out all my teamies cards too, they have made some beautiful creations as usual. We hope it will inspire you all to take part this month ;)

Flower Challenge, Uniko

Smooth White card
Uniko Originally Organic stamp and sentiment stamp
Neat & Tangled stencil 
Hero Arts ombre ink 
Versafine Onyx Black ink
N&T sequins


I made my top fold A6 card base then using my stencil I used my Ombre ink pad to softly colour my card. I stamped my flower image in black and then also my sentiment on a  spare piece of card.
I added my sentiment to the card using some 3d pads to raise it up a bit for interest. My usual sprinkling of sequins and my card was complete.


Please add our cue card below when entering our challenge.
You have until the 25th July to enter.
We will be back with DT reminder cards on the 15th July.

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