Time for a new challenge at Stampin for the Weekend and the theme is Sparkle and Shine.
I used an image from LotV and a Marianne Die to make the card base. That die really makes decorations almost not necessary =)
We are sponsored by Bunny Zoe so hurry over and join the fun!
This week at Allsortsthe theme is Ladies' Day. I used a gorgeous image from Rick St Dennis called Buttons and Bow dress form , together with some diecut flowers made by using Picked Raspberry distress ink to get the same colour as on the ribbon on the image.
it's my turn to host the challenge at Allsortsand I have decided on brads as the theme. I have loads and I rarely use them so I took the opportunity =). Since we are sponsored by Digidarla I used their heart sentiment.
Other challenges: Brenda's 5th anniversary candy - using Platinum stickles, the first glitter bottle I ever bought, and I keep coming back to it over and over!
This fortnight at Stampin for the Weekend the theme is Flower Power, so I guess you won't put up much of a fight =).
I made a gift box, inspired by Lene Katrine. The butterfly is a beloved stamp but I can't for the life of me remember the brand. The rubber is green and it is a set of four butterflies if that helps in any way.
Since there were no instructions I had to wing it =). Therefor I have posted pictures on how I made it. (There is a template for the folding under the tab Templates)
This is where the designpaper need to go before gluing together.
Starting to fold and glue together.
Here comes the lid.
And here all is glued together and designpaper added.
I scheduled this post cause I'm on chorus practice the entire weekend, we are being coached by the amazingly talented Mo Field, so great!!
So, at Allsorts the theme is colours starting with the letter B. So I used a beige cardstock for the tag, blue paper from Magnolia, brown seam binding and some burgundy on the arrows on the Magnolia image :).
Sponsors for this challenge are PPR Papercrafts and Passion for Stamps.