Hello … bonjour! Our new challenge at Time Out has just started … and we have an ‘Inspired By Words’ theme for you to join in with for the next two weeks .. it takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow. Here’s where I went with it …
As you can see, my focus was on the ‘rainbow‘ element of our words. I took a white card panel and sponged it in a bevy of scrumptious rainbow colours, making sure to keep any muddy-able colours away from one another. The panel was cut with Cover Model: Multifaceted Cutaway (from Winnie & Walter) … and I adhered a frame around it, that had been cut with two Hero Arts Infinity Dies. The little ‘happy’ sentiment (from Simon Says Stamp) was stamped onto the frame, then I adhered the panel onto the card base using tiny slivers of foam tape. The main sentiment is from Winnie & Walter, cut out of black cardstock, embossed in clear, dotted with silver pen (to mimic either rivets or jewels, depending on the recipient) and adhered/popped up over the rainbow.
Where will our words take your creativity? You can use any or all of them to inspire your card … we’d love it if you played along with us. We’re sponsored this time around by Winnie & Walter (thanks, Shay!) … our winner, as voted for by the DT, will receive a $25 GC … and as usual, will be invited to guest design with us in a future challenge. The details are over at Time Out, along with heaps of lovely inspiration from our fabulous DT … and from our talented Guest Designer, Arlene from Sunday Stamper Papercrafts. Do go and enjoy a visit with Arlene … there are so many inspiring designs to enjoy … and you can always say hello while you’re there!
I’m playing along at …
Addicted To Stamps And More – Anything Goes
Happy Little Stampers Dies – Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Monday – S Is For … Sponging (and Simon for that tiny sentiment!)
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday – Celebrate
Watercooler Wednesday – All About Occasions
Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂