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Sunday, 17 June 2012

#118 Stitch It



The theme at One Stitch at a Time this week is Stitch It. For this theme you can either use real or faux stitching or use any images from Stitchybear's Store. I chose to use 'Artist's Palette' by Teri of Delicious Doodles over at the Stitchybear Digital Stamp Store.

I used a small square card blank by Craft UK. The red and yellow card is all from Papermill. I used two Cuttlebug embossing  folders, Happy Birthday and a large circle, on the red card and covered the join with a Spellbinders Parisian Motif die. I matted it all on to the bright yellow card. I coloured the image with my Promarkers and used Sakura's 3D Crystal Lacquer on the paint blobs and brush tip so that the paint looks wet. I carefully cut round the palette and raised it on 3d pads for depth. I generated the sentiment on the computer and that's it, complete!

For details of our sponsor this week, check the One Stitch at a Time challenge blog.

I'm entering my card in to the following challenges:
The Pink Elephant - Masculine
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Anything Goes
Desmet Designs - For the Men and Boys
Craft your Passion - Anything Goes
Sassy Cheryl's Digi Stamps Challenge - Birthday Celebrations 
Twisted Tuesday Challenges - Use something clear - I used crystal lacquer on the paints. Favourite embossing folders!
Inky Impressions Challenges - Celebrations 
The Paper Shelter - Anything Goes 
Cardmadfairy's Digi Days Challenge - Something Masculine
Inspire me Fridays - Always Anything Goes





17 comments:

  1. Fabulous card, Hazel. I love all the texture you've added to the single-tone background.

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  2. Love your card Hazel. Great textures. Hugs Rita xx

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  3. A gorgeous creation Hazel... loving the textures too

    Choccy xx

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  4. Fantastic! Love how you added crystal lacquer on the paints, very creative! Thanks for playing along this week at Twisted Tuesday Challenges!

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  5. Fab card today Hazel and love the bright colours. Hope you and Eric are keeping well
    x catherine

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  6. Hazel, this is a really pretty card. I love the stamped image of the squeezed tube of paint and how you used the crystal lacquer to make them look so real! Nice job! Thanks for sharing your card with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  7. Great card Hazel. Hope all goes well tomorrow at the hospital and that Eric is feeling better soon too. Carol x

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  8. Great card Hazel.
    Wendy xx

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  9. Very clever card! Thank you for playing along with The Pink Elephant Challenge!

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  10. Your card is lovely. Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions.
    Kerry

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  11. Great Card! Thanks for Joining Craft Your Passion this week! :)

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  12. What a wonderful card. Thank you for joining us at Inky Impressions! Good luck!

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  13. Super creative and fun Hazel. LOVE the card and the little sentiment is simply perfect.
    Thanks for playing in the Sassy Cheryl's Birthday challenge this week.

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  14. This made me smile Hazel, such a fun card and such a great idea too, thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions. Joey x

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  15. Wonderful card, thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter challenges this week.
    Hugs, Bente

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  16. A very clever idea for a male card. Thank you for joining in with the Desmet Designs Challenge
    Lindsay xx

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