Sunday, 20 April 2014

Deco Drama

It's Team B again this week at CD Sunday and Carol has chosen our theme of Deco Drama. I've used Debbie Moore's Art Deco Galaxy CD backing paper and main image on a 7 x 10 card. 

Only a short post this week as I am away for a couple of days but I do hope you will visit CD Sunday Challenge Blog and join in this week's challenge. 

Friday, 18 April 2014

A New Hat for Easter

I've made this card for my friend's birthday and am also entering it in the Crafter's Companion challenge for April. I used Everyday with Barkley CD for the image and backing paper using some of my favourite colours. I used a Crafter's Companion 8 x 8 embossing folder on the backing paper and then used a distress ink (Brushed Corduroy) over the top. I love the 8 x 8 size embossing folders and find them so useful. I stamped the sentiment out of the coordinating stamp set and added a few die cut flowers.

Monday, 14 April 2014

In the Pink

I've just used 2 Clarity stamps for my design, Celebrate from the word chain collection and Annabel. I stamped Annabel three times onto Clarity card using the Annabel mask and then used alcohol pens to add some colour. I also had fun doing some doodle ooodleing. :-) and then added a border using a black micron pen. I then matted it onto some variegated pink paper and then onto white card. I used the same paper to stamp an all over background using Annabel again with distress ink. The word Celebrate adds the finishing touch.

I'm entering this card in the Clarity Stamp Challenge this month.

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Something beginning with D

Team B is up again this week at CD Sunday with Caz choosing the theme for us. So, something beginning with D. I decided that my D would be for Die Cuts but the rest of the team have some other ideas for you over at CD Sunday Challenge Blog so do go and take a look.

I have used a 7 x 7 base card and covered it in a sheet of backing paper from Joanna Sheen's ATC Assistant CD. I then used one of the new Crafter's Companion Diesire dies to create the frame using kraft card. I then rubbed over the embossed areas using Tea Dye Distress Ink. The vintage car die is from Tattered Lace and cut from bronze mirri card as is the wording which I think is a Britannia die. My craft room is two floors away from my computer and I can't summon the energy to walk up there and check!!

Have fun.