Monday, 16 May 2011
Daring Cardmakers - May Bugs
This weeks challenge from Daring Cardmakers features the Darling BUGS of May. For this card I decided on shabby chic and an emboss-resist technique I'd seen over at Jennifer Mcguire's site.
Equipment and materials used on this project.
Purple and Gold cardstock and watercolour paper sourced from local art shop
Martha Stewart Butterfly punch
Ecoline inks - 318 and 507
Tombow markers 177,192,673,676
My Paper World "Flowers and Butterflies" stamps 400300100
Prima 'Wings" 536350 for the frame
Versacolor Royal Blue 18
Monday, 2 May 2011
Daring Cardmakers - Royal Appointment
In honour of the Royal Wedding of William and Catherine, Daring Cardmakers asked for a card that reflected the mood in the UK surrounding the celebrations. Something patriotic or Royal. The Union Jack, that very British symbol and so representative of all things English including the royals, elected itself for this card!
I used a plain white pre-folded card from Anita and made the Union Jack background from some glitter wrapping-paper I had left over from Christmas. The oval panel was cut using Spellbinders Nestabilities "Scalloped Ovals" and the "Invitation" stamp is from Papermania " Wedding Sentiments" clear stamp set. I sponged the edges of the scalloped oval with Versacolor pigment ink 18 in the only colour that fit the bill " Royal Blue". I hope you like it.
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