Hello my friends!! Welcome to another and fun Wee Memories Challenge, also this week we are having our monthly Blog Hop. So if you arrived from Danielle's blog, you are in the right place, if not, please start from Jenny's blog.
This week our challenge is to use your favorite technique or style or you can combine both :)
Today we are also celebrating World Card Making Day!! I hope you all spend some time creating and having fun :)
Our challenge is sponsored by Unity Stamp!! and one lucky winner will get one stamp set!!!
My favorite style is distressing edges and sewing. I love coloring and big bows too, so combined all my favorites in this cute card.
- Make card base from White CS. 5" square card.
- Mat a piece of Sweet Corn and Patterned Paper. Add a strip of Light Blue PP, ink all edges. Add straight stitches to card border and zig-zag stitches to strip piece.
- Tie on ribbon and make a triple bow. Add pink brad.
- Stamp image on White CS in Tuxedo Black Ink. Color image with Copic Markers and highlight it blue Prismacolor Pencil and OMS.
- Die-cut and emboss image with Oval Nestabilities.
- Add Liquid Pearls to flowers and boots. Add Star Dust Stickles to pocket and head bows. Add image to card with Pop Dots.
- Stamp sentiment in Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
- Adhere panel to card.
- Cardstock: White, Sweet Corn (GKD)
- Patterned Paper: Yellow from "Victoria Garden Collection" (Echo Park Paper), Light Blue from "Blossom Soup Collection" (Jillibean Soup)
- Stamp: Lil Molly's Flowers (Anabelle Stamps)
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Vintage Photo Distress (Ranger).
- Embellishments: Seam Binding Ribbon, Pink Brad (American Crafts), Star Dust Stickles, Liquid Pearls (Ranger).
- Accessories: Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Sewing Machine, Pop Dots, Glue dots, Sponges.
The deadline for this challenge is 11.59pm PST on Friday, October 7, 2011. For more details, some fabulous design team inspiration and to link up your projects, click here
PS: Don't forget about the Card Drive for Kids "United for Spina Bifida"