Sunday, 27 April 2014

Quiet Sunday Afternoon

Afternoon folks.
All is quiet at the mo, Al is playing on his ancient tractor and Ben and co have gone to a Christening in Liverpool. It's just me and the dog and some time to craft.
Doing my DT comments has opened up a world of different challenges that I haven't come across before, it's so good to find them, even better when you feel inspired.
On Wednesday I bought a couple of dies from The Craft Box before class. I pushed the boat out with one from a new company that I haven't seen before, Little B. I had to have a play! I also bought a fab rose die from Memory Box so I combined the two.

The new challenge at colourQ is to use these colours in your design.


Now these colours are from Stampin Up and I don't have any but I used what I had to make this.


As the rose image is actually a die cut I had to work out how to deal with it. I decided to die cut it, cover it in Versamark and then heat emboss in clear. I glued the outline to white card and used Copics (RV93,95,99,YG 03,13,17) to colour the leaves and flowers. I used a Spellbinders die to cut the white circle then a slightly larger one in bright yellow.
I used 2 of my Little B dies to cut and emboss the Kraft square which I mounted on a white square base card.
I shall also enter it in the latest CASology challenge. 


Thanks for stopping by and have a good rest of the day.

5 comments:

  1. Fantastic CAS card I love it when the house is quiet and I can craft to my hearts content. Love Alison x

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  2. I like the pattern around the edge

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  3. This is so very pretty. Clever way to use the die. Thank you so much for playing along at CASology this week. I hope you'll join us again soon.

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  4. What a lovely card, Julie, love all the open work and the die work you did with your rose! Thanks for joining in the fun at the colourQ.

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  5. Cute card, what a great border! Thanks so much for joining us at the ColourQ!

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