Monthly Archives: October 2009

Colour Create Challenge 30

This was a fun challenge over at Colour Create, the colour was All White. There are some really inspring cards over there by the DT. Here is my effort:

Ingredients
Sizlets die for petals
Nestabilities die for card shape
Cuttlebug die for leaf
Dandylion and daisy stamp set
Cuttlebug embossing folders, swiss dots, textile and birds and swirls
Kanban self adhesive pearls

Delightful Sketches 10

Here’s a card I made for Challenge 10 at Delightful Sketches. It was a really quick card and certainly a sketch I’ll use again, thanks girls

Ingredients
Nancy Watt Papers, Vellum, image and sentiment
American Crafts Ribbon
Cardstock

Multiple challenge card

I made a card out of a paper bag for Paper Bag Challenge and found that it fits quite a few others too so here’s the list:

A Thankful card at Crafty Creations ,
A Thankfulness card at Gingersnap Creations
Use Twine or Raffia at Creative Belli.
and last but not least G is for Green over at ABC Challenge
Here it is.

Ingredients:
Paper Bag
Green Cardstock
Freebie Nancy Watt Papers from Making Cards Magazine
Nestabilities – Dahlia and Shapabilities – flowers and petals
Jute Mesh (woven twine)
Papermania Flower brads
Wire flower

Pollycraft challenge 27

There is a great sketch by Paula over at Pollycraft Monday Challenge this week, so I made this card. I am really not sure if I like the card or not as it was WAY out of my comfort zone but others seem to like it so I decided to post it anyway lol

Ingredients
Cardstock
Printed paper from scrappers guide recoloured
Image from the internet
Embossing folder birds and swirls
Piece of ribbon from my stash

Cupcake Craft Challenge

I had to sort out my bookmarks for challenges into days of the week as I was getting rather lost lol but here’s another sketch that Gina found for us to work with last night over at Cupcake Craft Challenge. I had a bit of fun with this one too, here is the result:

Ingredients:
Image from Papertole
Cardstock and patterned paper from my stash, dont have a clue where they came from!
Anitas everyday ribbon
Cuttlebug folder Perfect Paisley
Fiskars border punch
Button tied with an odd sliver of paper cut from the side of the card (NEVER throw ANYthing away lol)

Mojo Monday 110

Another great sketch over at Mojo Monday this week, I think I will have to put the blinkie on my blog as I seem to gravitate there first every Monday Morning lol
Heres my card for this week:

Ingredients:
Cardstock
Nestabilities dies
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Image from the web
Printed paper from ummmmm I cant remember
Ribbon from local bargain shop
Kanban self adhesive pearls

Sweet Sunday Sketch 41

Ok well I seem to have a thing for sketches lately, heres another card done for this sketch challenge, using the same Paddington Papers from Crafts Beautiful Magazine.

Ingredients
Cardstock
Freebie papers
Cuttlebug Embossing folder

Fun With Shapes Challenge

This was a fun card to make as I got to play with my Spellbinders Nestability dies a little more. I’ve had this Padington Bear paper for a while now and not got round to doing anything with it, so the challenge here was a good excuse to play.

Ingredients
Anitas square card blank
Padington bear freebie from Crafts Beautiful Magazine
Kanban Self Adhesive pearls

Sunday Sketch and Stamp 14

Its sunday again šŸ™‚ I love the Sunday Sketch and Stamp challenge and this week is no exception. It was certainly a challenge, thanks Ger!
Heres my card

Ingredients
Anitas square card blank trimmed with CM Circle
Cardstock
Freebie Papers
Digital stamp drawn by me and coloured with copic ciao
Sentiment from Squeak goes Decorating stamp set
K&Co gems
5 in one multi punch

Sketch Saturday 74

There is another great sketch over at Sketch Saturday this week, I made this card for it:

Ingredients
Anitas square card blank
Papers from Breezy Design
Image & sentiment from PC Crafter
Fiskars rope border punch
We R Memory Keepers snaps
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