The Stamping Shack – Anything Goes Challenge.

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Over at the Stamping Shack Blog they are hosting their first challenge and the theme is “Anything Goes”. If you have not been over there it is worth checking out as they are giving the winner a voucher to spend on the website.

Here is the card I have made using the image Snow Puppy.

I have coloured the image using Promarkers and the paper is from Echo Park.

This challenge is on from 15th November until 29th November so why not pop over and take a look.

Good Luck x

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Eureka Stamps Spooky / Halloween Challenge…

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Good Morning!

I am here today with the latest challenge from Eureka Stamps.  This weeks theme is Spooky / Halloween.

I have made a Spooky Trick Or Treat Gift Bag:

Recipe & Method:

  1. I have used a blank white gift bag, and onto it layered orange and then green card stock, then added the star paper.
  2. Colour and cut the sentiment, layer it onto Green card stock and layer it onto a die cut scalloped square.
  3. Add the flower to embellish and tie ribbon around the handles.

The Trick Or Treat image can be found here.

To colour the image I have used Promarkers:

  • Lime Green
  • Pumpkin
  • Turquoise
  • Plum
  • Tulip Yellow
  • Sandstone

To take part in this challenge simply visit the Eureka Stamps Blog.

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Eureka Stamps- Friendship Challenge…

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Here we are …. Monday again which means that it is time for another Eureka Stamps Challenge.  This week the challenge is Friendship so you can submit any card you have made using the theme Friendship.

Here is my card with the Friendship theme:

Recipe & Method
  1. I have used a white 8″ x 8″ pre scored card.
  2. Colour and cut the digi image.  Layer onto blue patterned paper and then yellow card stock.
  3. Ink a doily using blue ink, add a die cut yellow and blue heart.
  4. Mat and layer the white card with yellow card stock and then blue patterned paper.
  5. Add the heart shaped doily and then the image slightly overlapping.  Add the BFF tiles and the flower to embellish.

The Best Friends Image can be found here.

To colour the image I have used Promarkers:
  • Almond
  • Dusky Pink
  • Canary
  • Denim Blue
  • Tan
  • Sandstone

To take part in the challenge simply visit the Eureka Stamps Blog.

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Card Cupid & Sassy Cheryl Challenge

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Hello and thank you for visiting my blog!

I am here today with my card as part of the Design Team for Card Cupids.  The challenge this month was sponsored by Sassy Cheryl and Sketch Saturday.

Here is the Sketch I have followed:

Here is the card I created:

The image Noah and Patches can be found here.

To see what the rest of the Design Team have been up to visit Card Cupids Blog

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Eureka Stamps Go Team Challenge…

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It is Monday, which can only mean one thing!!  Time for the Eureka Stamps Challenge.  This week the theme is Go Team.

Here is the card I  have created with this theme:

The Cheerleader image can be found here.

I coloured the image using Promarkers:
  • Almond
  • Dusky Pink
  • Cerise
  • Magenta
  • Bright Orange
  • Pastel Yellow
  • Vanilla

To take part in this challenge simply visit The Eureka Stamps Blog to see the rules and how to submit your card.

Good Luck Everyone!

I am entering this card into http://ladybugcrafts.blogspot.co.uk/ challenge 1 anything goes.

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Card Cupids & The Stamping Boutique July 1st Challenge

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I am so thrilled to be on the Card Cupids Design Team.  This is a very exciting post for me as it is the first challenge.  We have been sponsored by The Stamping Boutique to create a card using Ribbon, Twine or Washi Tape.  I must admit I love ribbon and have enough to last me a life time, so I opted to make my card using ribbon and it also complimented the image I chose beautifully to give it that feminine feeling I was after.  I did also use a small amount of Twine through my button holes.  The image I have used can be found here.

Here is my card for 1st July Challenge:

And a close up to show how cute this image really is!!

Recipe & Method
  1. Cut and score Kraft card into an 8″ x 8″ card.
  2. Mat and layer pink card stock onto it.
  3. Add the Red Spotty paper onto the Pink card stock.
  4. Mat and layer a square and a rectangle of patterned paper onto Kraft card.
  5. Attach the rectangle to the bottom of the card and the square slightly overlapping at the top.
  6. Mat and layer the Stamped Image onto Pink card stock and attach to a scalloped Rectangle cut from Kraft card.
  7. Stick ribbon around the bottom rectangle and create loops to come out from behind the image.
  8. Stick the image to the card and attach the two buttons with Twine threaded through them on either side.
  9. Stamp the circular sentiment and layer it onto a scalloped circle.  Attach to card in top, right corner.
  10. Embellish acrd with matching flowers.
Products Used
  • Kraft Card
  • K& Co Lovely Paper Stack
  • Bazill Basics Cardstock – Pink
  • Ribbon
  • Buttons
  • Twine
  • Promarkers: Almond, Dusky Pink, Ruby, Cardinal Red, Rose Pink.
This is such a fun image to colour and decorate, she really comes to life when you add the colour.

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