Today I’ve made a couple of baby cards for a challenge over at Stamp with Sarah – an extremely talented UK Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator.
I needed to make a baby card for a former Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator and friend who has recently had a gorgeous baby girl and decided to make my card using Sarah’s sketch.Starting with a sketch is often easier as it gives you a basis for an idea and if it’s going well I make two at the same time – one to give and one to add to my stash.
I’ve used the Made with Love stamp set and teamed it up with paper from the Playful Palette DSP stack. Blushing Bride is perfect for a baby girl card and the little bunny from Made with Love is soooo cute! I’ve also used the Very Vanilla Stitched Satin Ribbon and some Pearl Basic Jewels to dress it up a bit.
Be sure to pop over to Sarah’s blog http://www.stampwithsarah.co.uk/ to be inspired by her work and also the other challenge entries.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend – Angela x
Tonight at 8.30 Kylie Bertucci’s International Stampin’ Up!® Blog Highlight goes live and I’m pleased to be a part of it.The theme is Random Act of Kindness – Encouragement, which is so positive and kind – just like Kylie and Bruno. My card is for someone I’ve never met, her name is Priscilla Gunton from Sydney who sent me a RAK card back in July. Her card arrived during the school holidays when I was bedridden with a terrible viral something and it certainly cheered me up!
I chose the Helping Me Grow stamp set as its words are encouraging and appreciative. I water-coloured the flower in Real Red and used the Real Red Candy Cane Lane Baker’s Twine from the upcoming Holiday Catalogue – 1 September 2016 – 3 January 2017.
Please pop on over to Kylie’s blog to vote – the TEN projects with the most votes will win a spot on one of Kylie’s international blog hops. Just click on the following link http://www.craftykylie.com/2016/08/international-blog-highlights-vote-for.html (from 8.30pm NZ time). I’d love to get the opportunity to take part so please vote for me!
Have a fabulous weekend – Angela x
Today’s card is for the Global Design Project #050 | Sketch Challenge. Initially I didn’t know what I was going to create but I had the Moroccan Designer Series Paper sitting out on my desk and after a bit of playing around I came up with this card. I think this paper totally lends itself to a masculine card and with Father’s Day on the 4th of September it is perfect timing.Once again I’ve used the Alphabet Labeler and the Balloon Builders stamp sets. The Burlap ribbon has had a little modification – I heated it with my heat tool so the nylon threads running through it shrunk and closed up the gaps.
I also used the new In Colour Enamel Shapes in Dapper Denim in the bottom right hand corner of my card – these enamel shapes are so cute and come in hearts, stars and two circle sizes.
I hope all the dads out there have a great day on the 4th – not doubt spoilt with chocolate and socks (well in our house anyway)!
Take care and enjoy the rest of your week – Angela x
I love Mondays! The main reason why is because it’s the day the Global Design Project announce another challenge! And this week’s challenge is casing the talented Tanja Kolar. Here’s Tanja’s card:The Balloon Builders and Confetti Celebration stamp sets from Stampin’ Up! were my go to sets to make my card. I stamped the balloons in Mint Macaron, Dapper Denim and Calyspo Coral to match the striped pieces of the “By the Shore” Designer Series Paper.
The balloons were fussy cut and the middle one raised with dimensionals. I also used dimensionals under the sentiment and the “to”!
I remember showing my husband a card I had made once and asking what he thought of it. His reply it looks great just a little flat! I hadn’t used any dimensionals!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and see you again soon – Angela x
Just popping in with a quick post before I head off to Akaroa for a girls’ weekend – hopefully we don’t get snowed in! Yes snow is forecasted but fingers crossed it doesn’t eventuate!
Monday, of course, meant that another challenge for the Global Design Project was up. This week’s theme challenge is nautical.I used the Swirly Bird and Labeler Alphabet teamed with the gorgeous By the Shore Designer Series Paper for my card.
If you are wondering where the fish came from – they have been cut from the designer series paper. I wish I had more time as I have lots of other card ideas swimming (haha) around in my head!
Have a great weekend and see you back here next week with another Global Design Project!
Take care Angela xxx