Come and join us at the Dream Valley Challenge this time. The challenge this week was to use at least two buttons.
My aunt loves her knitting (and cats) and I’ve had this DieSire edgeables die for a while and wanted a project to use it on. This I decided was the one.
For this challenge our sponsor is The Cutting Cafe and the shaped card I’m using is the teapot. Come and take a look and join us at the CRAFT challenge.
Recipe: white 300gsm card, white 160gsm card, distress inks – crushed olive, twisted citron, shabby shutters. Stayz on jet black ink. Stamps by Chloe flower stamp, bubble stamp, a sentiment from my stash, and Chameleon pens.
I cut the teapot from The Cutting Cafe and also the lid. These were both inked and stamped on. I stamped the flowers and coloured those and cut them out.
It’s a cute little teapot that could be used for afternoon tea invitations! I hope you like my teapot card.
This is a card for a girl at work who is turning 18 this month. I’m hoping she likes it!
I chose a Gorjuss girl with her handbag as the recipient of this card always dresses well and likes her handbags and it’s an appropriate image for someone coming if age.
I used a side stepped card in kraft card for this project and inked the background, the stamped images, the die cuts and coloured the image with the same inks. I used a Dovecraft stamp for the happy birthday. A combination of Kaisercraft “perfume” and Tim Holtz stamps for the background. Then Papermania stamps and dies for the 18TH.
Using Saucer head from Doctor Digi’s house of stamps
White 5″ square card blank
Saucer head digi stamp
Black glittered card
5 white card circles of varying sizes
Fossilized Amber distress oxide ink
Broken china fistress oxide ink
Greeting from my stash
I found some black glittered card and decided it looked like a night sky in space, so I made some planets by inking some circles. The craft and alien are coloured with my Chameleon pens. Such a cute alien!