‘POP’ A Wheelie

Hello friends,

A card to share for the new challenge at Double D Challenges. The theme for our two weekly challenge this time is “Let’s POP a Wheelie”.  The inspiration picture says it all – use anything that has wheels! For more information about the challenge and the prize up for grabs visit the Double D Challenge blog and start creating – we would love to see your card.

I discovered this golden oldie in my Penny Black storage box and I love the cute mouse with the flower cart – he looks so happy!  I kept the layout simple with two die cut lace strips to frame the image. I lifted the panel with the image from the base card with mirror tape for dimension. To finish off I added pink butterflies, glitter and a die cut sentiment.  The coloring was done with my Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

A close-up of the image

The sentiment and lace borders

A peep at the inside

Project details

White and pink cardstock — Polka Dot designer paper — Penny Black stamp “Scented Garden” (4133J) — Paper Rose die “Madison Lace Edge” (16942) — Sizzix Thinlits ” Phrases, Thank You & Flamingo” (662724) — Martha Stewart punch “Classic butterflies” — Skwiglues glitter glue “Crystal” — Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils.

I hope you enjoy today´s card. If you do, please share your thoughts in the comments. I love to read them! Enjoy a wonderful day and have fun creating beautiful things.

Regards,

Amelia

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Hedgy Truffles

Hello friends,

I hope you are all doing well. Today’s post is about a fun new challenge at Double D Challenges with the theme “Woodland Critters”. You can create a card or project inspired by the photo and we want to see lovely animals from the woodlands on your projects. For more information about the challenge and the lovely prize visit the Double D Challenge blog. Looking forward to see your card.

I decided to use a cute image from Penny Black for my card this time. The hedgehogs are so adorable and I love coloring with my watercolor pencils for a change. It is the first time I used my new Tim Holtz distress oxide ink and I am quite pleased with the effect I get for the blue sky. I added die cut leaves and a sentiment to finish off. Hope you like my take on the challenge.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

HedgieTruffles

A close-up of the hedgehogs and mushrooms

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The sentiment

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A peep at the inside

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Project details

White and green card-stock — Penny Black stamp “Hedgy Truffles” (4255J) — Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Thinlits die ” Garden Greens” (661206) — Lawn Fawn sentiment die ” Thinking about You” (Item #LF912) — Tim Holtz Distress Oxide ink “Broken China” — Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils for coloring.

I hope you enjoy today´s card. If you do, please share your thoughts in the comments. I love to read them! Enjoy a wonderful day and have fun creating beautiful things.

Regards,

Amelia

 

 

Happy …

Hello friends,

A card to share for the new challenge at Double D Challenges. The theme for our two weekly challenge this time is “Anything Goes With Gingham”. For more information about the challenge and the prize up for grabs visit the Double D Challenge blog and start creating – we ca dd sg3-tilewould love to see your card.

I discovered this golden oldie in my Penny Black storage box and I love the dancing cow  and chickens – they sure are so happy! It feels like ages since I last made a card with a cute image so I had a lot of fun with this one. I kept the layout  simple with two strips of pink gingham paper to frame the image. To finish off I added pink gem hearts, paper flowers, green flourishes and wax cord bows. The coloring was done with my Derwent Inktense water-color pencils.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

SkipAndRomp

A close-up of the image

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The sentiment and flowers

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A peep at the inside

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Project details:

  • White and green card-stock
  • Pink gingham paper
  • Penny Black stamp “Skip & Romp” (2877L)
  • Spellbinders Shapeabilities die “Phrase Set One (S4-563)
  • Marianne Design Creatables “Flourishes” (LR0271)
  • Paper flowers
  • Gem hearts
  • Wax cord
  • Derwent Inktense water-color pencils

Thanks so much for visiting today and the kind comments you so kindly write each week.  I appreciate each comment so much. Hope to see your card at Double D Challenges this fortnight. Enjoy your day and happy crafting.

Regards,

Amelia

A Little Sunshine …

Hello friends,

A clean and simple card to share today. As we are in the middle of our winter season in the Southern Hemisphere I really need a little sunshine and cheerful yellow colors today!

My card features an image from the Penny Black stamp set  “Nature’s wishes”. To add dimension to the card I die cut half a circle in the top layer and then lift the panel off the card base with mirror tape. I used my Derwent Inktense pencils to color the image. The sentiment is from the same stamp set.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

Sunshine

A close-up of the image

Sunshine1

The sentiment

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Project details:

  • White and yellow card-stock
  • Penny Black stamp set “Nature’s Wishes” (30-109)
  • Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils

Thanks for visiting today and for leaving comments – I really appreciate your time. Have a wonderful day.

Kind regards,

Amelia

Beautiful Friend

Hello friends,

I hope you are having a lovely holiday season so far. My card today is a little bit different – a CAS kraft card with a homespun “feeling”. I followed the definition of “homespun” on the Less is More challenge blog to create this unsophisticated, plain and natural card with a Penny Black stamp.  I embossed the mannequin and sentiment with white embossing powder and did the coloring with my Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils. I hope you like today’s creation.

Challenges:

PennyBlack

Project details:

  • Kraft cardstock
  • Penny Black stamp set “Lace Delight” (30-115)
  • Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils for coloring
  • White embossing powder
  • Twine

That’s it for today! Take care and have a great day.

Regards,

Amelia

What’s in my Stocking?

Hello friends,

Today I share a one layer Christmas card with lots of white spaces. These  cards are difficult for me to create but the Penny Black stamp is so adorable and cute that I can live with the “clean” look of the card! I colored the image with Derwent Inktense water-color pencils and add Stickles to the stocking for a bit of bling. hope you like my take on the challenge.

I entered the card in the following challenges:

JollyFriend

A close-up of the adorable critter

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Project details:

  • White card stock
  • Penny Black clear stamp set “Jolly Friends”
  • Sentiment stamp (Unknown)
  • Derwent Inktense water-color pencils
  • Stickles “Diamond”
  • Black fine tip pen for lines

Thanks so much for stopping by. Wishing you a happy day.

Regards,

Amelia

Roses For You

Hello friends,

Another CAS card to share. Yes, I am trying my best to master the art of clean and simple cards. This card is for the challenge at CASology and the cue word is “give”. I always love to give flowers to my friends and loved ones. This adorable image from  Penny Black says it all: to give a bunch of flowers and a compliment will always be appreciated by the receiver. To add a little bit of color and interest I used a border punch and a strip of pink paper at the bottom of the card.

Challenges:

GiveFlowers

Project details:

  • White card and pink cardstock
  • Penny Black stamp set “Piece of my Heart” (30-642)
  • Marianne Design Collectables sentiment stamp (COL1324)
  • Martha Stewart border punch
  • Derwent Inktense water color pencils for coloring

Thank you for visiting today, I appreciate it so much. I am back tomorrow with a shabby card to share!

Kind regards,

Amelia

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