This card is another that just came together - I had an idea in mind, but then I got playing with some new Papermania stamps and went off at a happy tangent. Great card for a male - mail get it? Ahem - well our challenge for this week at Cards For Men is 'Seeing Red' and our sponsor, Letraset, have a great prize for our winner.
It may be too early for real spring flowers, but that doesn't mean it's too early to see them on cards. This weeks challenge at My Mums Craft Shop is Flowers - our sponsor for this week is Some Odd Girl who are giving a great prize to this weeks chosen crafter.
This is a mix of new and old stash - new patterned paper, old book paper. I made the flower from a drinks can, which I cut with a spellbinders rose creation die and embossed. The charm is from a broken necklace.
I love blue and red together- more in clothing than cards, but still it's one of my favourite combinations. My Mums Craft Shop want to see your favourite colour combo this week and the lucky winner of this challenge, sponsored by Bugaboo, gets to choose digi stamps from the store.
I've made this card for the new challenge at Cards for Men; this week we are sponsored by Hope Jacare who have given a prize of three great digi stamps from their store.
More stash bustin' again, this time only about four years old. I've really loved this paper by Crate paper, it's great for mens cards without being drab. I've used an image from out sponsor; I printed it twice, left the main image uncoloured, then used a nestie to cut a pinked circle from the other image, which I then coloured.
Welcome to the first challenge of the New Year at Let's Ink It Up. For this month, the theme is 'Anything Goes', so really let your creativity go and show us your art, you don't even have to use a stamp for this challenge. Our sponsor for this challenge is Scor-pal, who are offering a great prize of a Scor-buddy and mat.
For my piece, I had the idea of a sewing themed wall plaque and had fun using a vintage pattern, book pages, zips and tape measures, and apart from the grungeboard wings and flourish, it's all recycled.
This week we want to see what you put with blue at Secret Crafters Saturday Challenge. One of our regular sponsors, Digi Doodle is offering a fab $10 voucher to spend in their shop, so show us what you do with blue!
This card uses another ancient paper - I am making a hole in my stash honest, granted it's a pin hole but it's a hole nontheless!
It's new challenge time at My Mums Craft Shop, and for this week the theme is 'Here Come The Girls'. Our sponsor for this challenge is Sassy Cheryl, who is offering a great prize to one lucky winner.
For my card, I've chosen a bright and cheery colour scheme, but kept the layout fairly simple. The yellow paper has been in my stash forever - probably about twelve years. I wonder if that makes it antique in paper terms!
The first challenge of the year is now open at My Mums Craft Shop and this time, the theme is 'Something New'. Our sponsor for the challenge is Jelly Park, who are offering a fab prize.
My 'Something New' is stamps brought by Father Christmas and postage stamp dies, which I've combined to make a calender for my husband - the stamp doesn't really show up that well on the photo unfortunately. I
The first challenge of the New Year at Cards For Men is a favourite subject for me - Recycling. As if I don't have enough stash, I constantly feel the need to go looking for everyday materials to use in my crafting. You know its gone too far when you buy a product for it's packaging alone!! For this card, I've used a map of southern France, which I bought from a charity shop for 10p, and also a great find, the card for the cogs is a Whiskers cat biscuit box. Fortunately, we do have a cat, and a wipe with a wetwipe removes any residual smell and you're left with some really nice kraft card which has a waxy finish; I haven't tried it yet, but I think it will emboss, sand and distress really well, as the wax will resist the ink.
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