Hello … bonjour … and welcome to a celebration! Today is Time Out‘s 6th birthday! We’re thrilled that you’ve been taking time out of your schedule to create with us for six years … and hope you will continue to share your creativity and talent by playing along with us for at least another six … and more! Our theme this fortnight will come as no surprise … it’s Birthday … with the optional twist of die cutting or fussy cutting. I chose not to twist …
This is one large image from Birch Press (courtesy of a random win at Tracey‘s 25 Tags Event … thanks, my friend!) … and includes the lovely leaf clusters and the offset frames. Doesn’t it flow beautifully across the whole card front? I heat embossed it and the sentiments (from Simon) in silver, watercoloured the leaves with Zig Clean Colour Markers and a water brush … and added some delicate splattering in the same colours as the leaves (after masking the space inside the frames). You might just about be able to see the shimmer of clear sparkle on all the leaves … I added that as my finishing touch.
What kind of birthday card will you make for us … and will you use our optional die cutting or fussy cutting twist? We’d love to see what you create in our gallery. We’re sponsored for this special challenge by STAMPlorations (thanks, Shery), who are offering a US$40 GC (yes, you read that right!) to a randomly drawn player who uses the optional twist. Our overall winner will be chosen by the DT … and will be invited to guest design with us in a future challenge. Details are over at Time Out … along with inspiration galore from our brilliant DT … and from our talented Guest Designer, Christine at Experiments In Craft. Why not pop over for a visit with Christine … you can enjoy a wander through all the loveliness on offer at her blog … and say hello while you’re there!
I’m playing along with …
Happy Little Stampers Watercolour – Anything Goes … no flower option
Watercooler Wednesday – All About Occasions
Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂