- Play Date Cafe Challenge - PDCC139 - love these metallic colours
- St Luke's Charity Card Challenge - SLCCC16 - where our theme is teenage kicks
I started with some Stampin' Up! very vanilla card and folded it to make my card base. I inked up my favourite funky circles with Versamark, stamped directly on the card and then added gold and silver embossing powder to create a randomish pattern. I stamped one of the graffiti images from Free Spirit on the card (using the second impression for a lighter image), over stamped the funky frame and embossed it. I finished off by adding the simple sentiment "you rock". I have a feeling that this might go to Ben!!
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Free Spirit Boy, Compact Sentiments II, Holiday Labels 14
Inks: Memento - Toffee Crunch, Espresso Truffle; Versamark
Spellbinders: Labels 14 (S4-290) #3
Accessories: Embossing powders - silver and gold; Stampin' Up! - Very Vanilla Card
I took another photo of the card so that you can see just how lovely the shine is on the embossed detail - looks fabulous in the sunlight!!
Here are the challenge graphics:
There's still plenty of time to join in with our St Luke's Challenge to make a card for a teenager. My son is 16½ so I tend to make cards that are a bit more graphic, grungy - teen boy like! But I'll soon Kathryn will be wanting more "teenish" cards - she's a bit of a goth princess! And there's a super prize too - a £10 voucher kindly donated by The Ribbon Girl, so get out your stamps and join the fun!
That's all for now - see you soon!