Hello … bonjour! I’m popping in to tell you about the delicious new challenge we have starting today at Time Out. This fortnight, we’re Inspired By Words … and our words are ‘flowers and friends make life a garden‘. Here’s my take …
I stamped and white heat embossed the Sketched: Tulips from STAMPlorations (thanks to our team mate, Shery!) onto a panel of watercolour card stock, doing a little masking along the way to create the swathe of blooms. The flowers were watercoloured with Zig Real Brush Markers and a water brush, I added the sentiment from WPlus9 (Hand Lettered Thanks), trimmed the panel and popped it up on craft foam onto the base. Some Glossy Accents finished it off.
How will our words inspire you this time around? You can use any or all of them to light up your creative imagination … we’d love to see you in our gallery! This challenge we’re sponsored by STAMPlorations, thanks to the lovely Shery … and our winner, as chosen by the DT, will receive a £15 GC, as well as being invited to guest design with us for a future challenge. All the details are over at Time Out, along with a lots of lovely inspiration from our fabulous DT … and from our uber talented Guest Designer, my sweet friend Michele from I Card Everyone. You’ll already know Michele and her beautiful, stylish work … unless you’ve been doing research on the outer edges of the galaxy, that is. If that’s the case, you shouldn’t delay … go right now … take supplies, you’re sure to be a while! If that’s not the case, why not pop over and say hello anyway … and enjoy the delicious and delightful card she’s made to inspire you!
I’m playing along at …
AAA Cards – Embossing
Happy Little Stampers Watercolour – Anything Goes – no option
Inspired By All The Little Things – Below – I focused on those gorgeous tulips
I’m still not around much … neither here nor with you … my apologies … I’m missing you all. As we all know, sometimes other stuff outside of blogland needs to take priority in life, and that’s been the case for me in recent weeks. A period of calmer times is on it’s way (so far so good!), so I’m expecting to be back to normal service soon. Thanks for your patience in the meantime! Thanks so much, too, for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂