Today I am using patterned paper on my card for CHNC as that’s the challenge that Hazel set for us!
I used the Winter Frost paper from the stash and then a laser cut panel from something my friend gave to me.
I coordinated the paper with some grey and teal cardstock.
I finished off with the sentiment sticker and the card candi.
I managed to make the tag for this month’s swap at UK stampers forum at the weekend.
I used some of the patterned papers I had used for this month’s Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge.
I also used an inked mini tag which I stamped a floral image onto. I then distress oxides to add colour to the flowers and leaves.
I added some details in pen to the papers and a sticker as the sentiment.
I then added a collection of ribbons and stapled them into place.
I couldn’t resist using this 2 Turtle doves knitting image when I saw the prompt was to create for a woman/girl over at CHNC. So many of my crafting girls are knitters so this is made with them in mind.
I coloured the image using my Prismacolour pencils.
I used papers and cardstock to layer up the image and the sentiment.
I also added the sequins to finish off.
Yesterday was Mum’s birthday so we celebrated with a meal out.
Here is the card I made for her…
I loved this bold and bright paper from art by Marlene and knew it was perfect for my Mum. I teamed it with the Happy Wishes white embossed sentiment and some light grey cardstock.
I also added in the Happy Celebrations stamp to finish the sentiment and then a scatter of sequins to embellish.
This week at CHNC the challenge is to use a die cut or a punch so I decided to use my favourite moose die as the focal point!
I chose some funky papers as the background and used some ribbon to wrap round behind the moose.
I also added a sticker to some cardstock and did some doodling.
Love this moose die so much!
I decided to continue playing with the making cards paper doll kit I made my Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge contribution this month.
This time I kept to the papers designed to go with them… bright and cheery!