23 October 2020

Blessed...

Hi there!

An inspiring sketch and cozy colors for today's card !







I used :

  • Blessed cutting file from the Silhouette store #280586
  • Zig Zag cutting file from the Silhouette store #1800050 (modified)
  • Stamped sentiment from Altenew Sketchy floral set Altenew ink (Rocky Shore)
  • Memory Box pinpoint rectangle die
  • Foam squares
  • Gold rhinestones
  • Kraft , Cream and Cranberry colored card stock

Challenges :

Freshly Made Sketches ~ Sketch by Kim

Color Throwdown ~ Kraft, Cream, Cranberry









Thanks for visiting me today!

Hannelie

19 October 2020

FMS #457 & CTD #615

 Hi there!

I turned to two of my favorite card challenges for inspiration today . Trying to find my lost mojo !

Relieved to tell you I like the end result of my craft session this morning :)








I used :

  • Branch/leaf cutting file from the Silhouette store #180032
  • Scraps of card stock to create the striped BG
  • The top layer of the grid cutting file #165901 in the Silhouette store (just the sides peeping out behind the stripes)
  • Sentiment designed in the Silhouette studio : Font - Goord)
  • Foam tape for dimension
  • Rhinestones 
  • Silhouette cameo

Challenges :


Freshly made sketches  ~ Layout by Linda

Color Throwdown ~ Orange Kraft and black





Thanks for visiting me today!

Hannelie

16 October 2020

Color Hues Challenge #4

Hi there!

Time flies and it is time for challenge #4 at Color Hues !




I am looking forward to see how these two colors will inspire you !






I used :

  • Selected elements from Design #319925 in the Silhouette store
  • Promarkers
  • Silhouette cameo
  • Happy font : Archer Pro
  • Vellum
  • Birthday stamp from Uniko Studio
  • Foam squares

I could have used scraps of card stock for my design, but being a bit of a lazy crafter these days, I decided to cut everything from white card stock, and colored it in 2 different hues of blue and orange.
I then used the negative piece to get precise placement of the popped up pieces on the card front.
I added the vellum to not only add interest, but also to help with adhering the sentiment on the popped up geometric cuts without covering up too much of the design.


I am sharing my card with my Dutch Friends at :


Lift Challenge ~ Make a card with only pieces/shapes of card stock

Thanks for visiting me today!

Hope to see you play along with our orange/blue challenge this fortnight!


Hannelie