Sunday Crafting

Today I’m crafting alongside Miss K. She’s playing with beads and I’m playing with paper and challenges (again- LOL).

First up is card for:

I was inspired by the pink tree and the idea of creating a pink starry sky. I sponged purple and pink inks to make the sky and added a bit of black to the edges for depth. I then added some water droplets to look like stars. The tree is heat embossed in black and the gold thread behind the sentiment looks like the tinsel on a tree.

Next is a card for:

I’ve never made a slimline card, so felt a bit out of my comfort zone. I reached for some SU DSP ‘Pampered pets’ and fussy cut the Great Dane and ball; added them to a text panel and a sentiment I made on my PC. I’m missing playing with all my friends now we’re in our COVID-19 second wave lock-down.

Next is a card for TGIF Challenges #275.

I decided to combine the themes of both pictures. I used a gingham DSP from SU and then a flower from Altenew ‘Garden Treasures’.

Next is card for Less is More #425 – Summer Flowers.

Again I used the Altenew ‘Garden Treasures’ flower in a stitched die panel and a sentiment from the Ton. I love the sunny yellow petals of this flower.

Well, that’s it for today – I’ve got Suncorp Super Netball to watch! Thanks for looking and have a great weekend.

20 thoughts on “Sunday Crafting”

  1. You’ve been busy – possibly the only upside to a pandemic, the extra time to craft, if the mojo can be found. 😉 You obviously had yours for these cards! Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers with one of them!

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  2. Four fabulous cards – just love your pretty yellow flowers on the two birthday cards! Fun slimline with the doggie too! Spotted your starry night at Christmas Kickstart and that one brought me over. Love the pink and blue sky with the embossed tree!!

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  3. Ooh, that purple into pink blend is stunning! And I’m loving that yellow flower, so bright and clean looking with the crisp white. I don’t often reach for yellow so thanks for the inspiration. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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