But here it is now. I have to admit it was a very quick card so I hope you like it. Over at Crafty Cardmakers we'd like to see some stitching on your card or project. We don't mind if it's real or faux stitching. I didn't really have a choice, for speed it had to be faux!
I used :-
Image :- Cute square (trimmed to rectangle shape) from LOTV.
DP :- MME Wonderful Winter.
Sentiment :- Craftwork Cards.
Snowflakes :- Martha Stewart punch.
Swirls :- Cottage Cutz.
Faux stitching with American Crafts precision pen.
Glamour Dust, Sakura glitter gel pen, Poppy Promarker, glue pen.
As I said this was a really quick card. It had to be and it's surprising how quick you can be when you have to be. I just hope Vix isn't too mad with me! I used a red base card to give a nice border round my first layer of DP. I love these cute images from LOTV and being pre-coloured they save a lot of time. I added some glitter to the image and round the sentiment for a bit of glitz. Some glue on the swirls and snowflakes, some Glamour Dust and you're sorted.
I'm going to enter some challenges with this card :-
Sketch and Stash :- Sketch.
Totally Papercrafts :- Bling it On.
ABC :-G is for Glitter.
A Spoon Full of Sugar :- Let's get Punchy.
Papertake Weekly :- Sparkly and Bright.
Creative Card Crew :- Let's Punch It.
Simon Says Stamp challenge :- Punch Em.
Pile it On :- Beary Good Friends.
Well that's me girls, just in time to schedule this post. Hope you can join us in our stitching challenge. If you haven't been over to Crafty Cardmakers challenge blog do take a minute to pop over and see what my talented teamies have made to inspire you, you won't be disappointed. While you're there check out last weeks challenge, you still have till Sunday to enter and if you like using digis it's ideal for you.
If you have time to tell me what you think of my card I'd love to read what you think. Feedback is always good. Now I'm off to have my lunch and check out my new stash.
Thanks for looking.