Wednesday, June 28, 2017

The Paper Shelter Challenge #300 - Summer Birthday




I used the Charming Spring Girl digital stamp and coloured her with Copics. I cut her out on a Spellbinders die called. The doily is cut on my Silhouette Cameo. I have distressed the edges of the doily and die with Antique Ink distress ink. My papers are from Scrapberry's Photo Archive and Bo Bunny Serenade Collection. I used a pansy Martha Stewart border punch. The sentiment stamp is from LOTV. I used a variety of flowers and a pearl flourish to keep by multifold card in a standing position. The corner resin is coloured with Art Alchemy metallique waxes.


A close up shot of my sentiment and background dies by Spellbinders and flowers


The Martha Stewart border punch

This challenge is sponsored by The Paper Shelter with an amazing prize of a $30 gift certificate provided you use one of their products on your card. You could use a digital stamp, paper or a printable image and there is a huge selection to choose from on their website. If you don’t use a Paper Shelter product you could still win 3 images of your choice. 



Be sure to pop over to The Paper Shelter blog and look at the inspirational cardposted by the other members of the design team.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

The Paper Shelter Challenge #298 - Tie a Bow


I have used Vintage Teacher digital stamp. I coloured her with Copics. My papers are from the Heartfelt Creations Vintage Floret collection. I labelled my filing drawers using the Prima Press alphabet stamp set. My favourite ribbon to tie bows these days is using seam binding from The Ribbon Girl. My embellishments are from Dress it Up and local craft shop goodies, some swirly pearl flourishes, a clock charm and flowers.  I've also used a corner swirl cut on the Cameo, and some die cut leaves.

A close up of my filing drawers


Thank you to all the wonderful teachers who make such a huge impact on our kids' lives.
We appreciate you!

This challenge is sponsored by The Paper Shelter with an amazing prize of a $30 gift certificate provided you use one of their products on your card. You could use a digital stamp, paper or a printable image and there is a huge selection to choose from on their website. If you don’t use a Paper Shelter product you could still win 3 images of your choice. 



Be sure to pop over to The Paper Shelter blog challenge and look at the inspirational cardposted by the other members of the design team.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Crafty Girls Creations Challenge #37: Anything Goes
Crafting With An Attitude Challenge 28: Anything Goes
Jo's Scrap Shack FFC #192: Anything Goes