Monday, October 24, 2016

Boy Oh Boy

Hi my crafty friends. It is time for part 2 for the Designer Challenge for the month of October.  This time around the challenge was set by me! :)   Being the mother of 3 boys, I chose : Boy Oh Boy, think rough and tumble, boys will be boys, masculine or manly - no girls allowed!

For my card, I used the Handing Charm Pull Tab Die. I paired it up with the Clock and Gears die along with the Steampunk Charms Die set. For the background paper, I used the Stage It Stencils - Gears.

Here is the card with the tab pulled to reveal the stamped sentiment from the Steampunk Clear Stamp Set.

Here is another view of the card. 



Monday, October 10, 2016

ROYGBIV! Its a rainbow challenge

Hello my crafty friends.  I am here today with the first of the October Designers Challenge and it is a rainbow of crafty fun.

The challenge is:
"ROYGBIV" - It's the monochromatic challenge but we get to  pick a color from any of the colors of the rainbow.  We had to make a card featuring predominantly Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo or Violet.

For my color, I chose Blue... kinda fitting since I have three boys.

The front of my card uses the new Labels and Circles and the Baby clear stamp set.  The patterned papers were from Pebbles Special Delivery paper line.

For the inside of my card, I used the Anita Frame Pop Up Die to create the inside of my card. I also used the Stripe/Plaid stencil with some ECD double sided adhesive to create the plaid patterned paper. The paper uses a combination of mixing the stencil technique with the glitter plaid technique that Els posted a video of recently. I have added the onsie from the Baby Charms die set to the left side of my pop up.  The sentiment is also from the Baby clear stamp set. 

Make sure that you stop by and check out what the other team members created for this challenge. 

Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!!!

Sweet Carrots!

 Howdy my crafty friends! Today I am sharing my this sweet treat box using dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  For this project, I used the ...