This year my eldest son turns….21!
Wow! a major milestone for him…..and my husband and I survived!
One down and 3 to go!
I’m still trying to sort invitations and venues….then Global Design Project said this weeks challenge was…..
Now Aaron is an outdoor sort of boy, he’s been a Scout and now is a Leader, is a member of RFS- Rural Fire Service and is a diesel mechanic….
what great opportunity to make him a card.
I wanted to do something that had a masculine feel to it.
A CRATE…..with an EXPLOSION of BALLOONS coming out of it…
Had never done a Card in a Box before, this will be interesting!
I stamped my box and extra card stock with the Hardwood stamp and then cut it up to create the reinforced sides of the crate.
The balloons was stamped with Balloon Celebration and highlighted with Wink of Stella- Clear.
The large numbers cut from Glimmer Paper makes them pop out from amongst the balloons.
The Instructions for the box I used the You Tube clip by Tanya Bell.
I loved the cards done by Kirsteen Gill and Leonie Schroder. So today I CASED their beautiful creations and came up with my version.
This card has a delicate old world charm…..with the lacy butterfly and soft back ground.
Here we are again…..another wonderful challenge from Global Design Project…#022
and today the Designers have given us a Sketch Challenge.
By the way did you see last weeks winners, weren’t they great! Here’s a link go and have a look…..HERE
Why don’t you give it ago, I would love to see what you come up with.
Just go to Global Design Project..here to make it easy here’s a link HERE
So for this weeks Challenge……
Coming up to Valentines I thought I’d do a card using the Bloomin’ Love Stamp set,
but I wanted it to be a card you could give to a friend and that could be used at other times in the year.
I wanted this card to be soft and pretty….something “GIRLY”
I sponged the floral heart in Mint Macaron and Crisp Cantaloupe (deleted colour).
With a bit of Mint Macaron Lace wraped around the card and a butterfly cut from vellum, with a row of pearls and a touch of gold thread
finishes it of as a beautiful card to give to that special friend on any occasion.
Patrick my son was invited to a friends Birthday party and he want to give his friend cash as a gift.
So I decided to make it some fun and make a Slider Card that when you pulled the money popped out on the other side.
Have never made one before..the first one I made failed…BIG TIME!
But the second attempt worked wonderfully.
Using Designer Series Paper from the Occasional Catalog and stamp sets from the Sale-A-Brations Catalog
Instructions for this card can be found in my Tutorials.
Matching Envelope made using the Envelope Punch Board.
I am involved in a wonderful fun raising event for a fellow Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and her little girl Lara. The other day we were given a Challenge to make a card using specific colours. So here is may Card.
I have been asked on other groups to write up a Tutorial on how I did this card when its up I’ll will let you know. Unfortunately the Stamp set is no longer available.