Hello … bonjour! Hope your week is going along splendidly! I’m here with a squeaky clean new fabulous challenge from Time Out, where we have a Home Sweet Home photo to inspire you (below) … here’s my take on it …
Yep, particularly CAS .. with tiny touches of colour picked up from the stained glass door. I cut the SSS grid border die (now discontinued) into a white card panel and captured all the little squares on removable tape to make it easy to use them later. The cut panel was adhered flat to the base card, I stamped the SSS big ‘happy’, white embossed the ‘birthday’ (also SSS) onto black card and coloured in a heap of the squares with Promarkers, using the stained glass as a guide for my colours. The squares were slotted into random spaces in the grid and covered with Glossy Accents … and the tiny sentiment was trimmed to size and fixed in place.
This card was made for my lovely friend Susanne at Keep in Touch Cards … it was her birthday yesterday … and I think it might even have been there in time for the celebrations (as some of you know, that’s not my forté … I’m working on it!). Happy, Happy Birthday, Susanne … hope you had an amazing day … wishing you a fantastic, joyful and laughter filled year to come! Why not pop over and see the wonderful inspiration on offer over at Keep in Touch … you’ll have a fabulous time … and you can leave the birthday girl some love while you’re there!
What does your creative eye see in our picture … bricks, door, ironwork, steps, graphic shapes or something else? Whatever it is, why not let your fingers get to work and play along with us … we’d love to see you in the gallery! All the details are over at the Time Out blog … along with a ton of inspiration from our awesome DT and from our fabulous and talented Guest Designer, Karren J at Stamping Stuff (go for a visit … you know you want to!)
I’m playing along with …
Addicted to Stamps & More – Anything Goes
CAS Mix Up – Stamping and Die Cuts …plus heat embossing, alcohol markers, Glossy Accents
Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂