Saturday, 4 October 2014

Having fun ....

... Good afternoon everyone! 


I hope you're all having fun on World Card Making Day.  I've been playing in my craft room all morning and have a card to share:

Celebrate Autumn - photo by Deborah Fring s- Deborah's Gems

Stamps: Winnie & Walter - The Big, The Bold & The Seasons; Waltzingmouse - Peace & Plenty; PTI - Background Basics: Random Stripes
Inks: Kaleidacolour - Creole Spice, Cappuccino Delight; Memento - Tuxedo Black
Accessories: White Lustre Card; Stampin' Up! Card - Cajun Craze; Copic Markers

I'm submitting this card to a few challenges:
  1. Time Out Challenge - TOC#15 - stamping with optional twist of apples
  2. Less is More - LIM#192 - colours - Autumn Bounty
  3. Just Us Girls - JUGS#261 - word "Celebrate"

I used my Kaleidacolour pads to get a range of autumn colours on the stripe border and the word autumn.  I stamped the apple onto some scrap white and blended Copic markers to create a rosy apple (I'm learning lots from the Online Card Class, Copic Markers).  I cut out the apple, went round the edge with a black marker and then adhered it to the card.  On the inside I made a mat layer in Cajun Craze and finished with a simple, multicoloured, sentiment.

Celebrate Autumn inside - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

There are lots of special World Card Making Day challenges about and I've found a few at Winnie & Walter - WWWCMD2014.  The first challenge the put up this morning was to take a photo of our crafty space - so here's my desk while I was working on this card:


Crafty Space - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Winnie & Walter have several challenges on the go - all open until 11th October, and they have some fabulous prizes too if you play along.  That's all for now - I might be back later with more :)

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17 comments:

Sharyn Polesel said...

Wonderful design and beautiful colors! Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls!

Chrissie said...

You've reminded me that I have some of those big variegated colour ink pads, I should have got them out. Why don't I ever think of these things at an appropriate time!
Superb card!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Linda J said...

Beautiful card!

Anita in France said...

Gorgeous, Deborah ... love the effect of the Kaleidacolour stamping ... so fabulous with that amazingly coloured apple! So pleased you played along with us (and twisted!) at Time Out! Anita :)

Jackie said...

I can't believe how long it is since i last popped in, what a lot of wonderful creations :o)
Jackie xx

Helen J said...

Lovely colouring of the apple & a great card.

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Fabulous stamping and so effective Deborah. I didn't even know it was Cardmaking Day until it was too late and I'd not been near my Craft haven!
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More

sandie said...

Love the colours of Autumn you have created here Deborah and wonderful colouring of the apple. Great to see you twist with us at TIME OUT x

herminesplace said...

Beautiful card

Ina said...

You picked the perfect ink pad for this challenge. Simply fabulous and the apple finishes it off perfectly. Thanks for sharing with us at JUGS. Ina

Anne said...

What, autumn with no leaves Deb?! Wow this is fab and stylish, stands out as a little different, love those bar code stripes, great card!
Thanks so much for joining us in our autumn challenge
Anne
LIM Designer

Sid said...

Loving your card Deborah !!

Lynne said...

Fab card Deborah, I always forget about my multi colour stamp pads, it`s a great effect.
Lynne xxx

Kushner Elizabeta said...

Very crafty, Deborah! Hugs and kisses from Croatia! And, thank you for joining over at the Time Out Challenege. ;)

Sarah Gray said...

Love the variegated colour on your stamping and the wonderful apple, Deborah! Thanks for sharing with us at Time Out :)

Carol said...

Love this Deborah, a fabulous design. I unearthed the same Kaleidoscope ink pad for my LIM entry too. Carol x

Joanne James said...

Love the blended autumn colours - a great background to that apple!

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