Apart from being a rather dull place if everything was coloured black or white and no shades in between nothing ever seems that staraight forward there are always the grey areas, aren't there, the loop holes and clauses you can't read, a bit like in the movie the santa claus. Well thats another story, lets just stick to craft, far mor interesting and definitely more fun.
This card is for my Dad for his birthday that's coming up at the beginning of february, so now only one more to make from mum to dad. I always find these the hardest, how loveu dovey should I make it? what style ? somehow it doesn't seem to matter as mum always likes what I make and then I wonder why I was worried still it does cause me a few headaches deciding.
I also found a fab way to recycle some christmas cards I found that I'd forgotten to put in the recycle bin, I used the plain bit to stamp on, this one had a cute westie on you can just make out its nose on the back of the stamped image, not all the cards were suitable some were too glossy but waste not want not and it will save a few pennies.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:-
Make it colourful-monochrome/vintage photos
Allsorts-card for a male
Teddy stampers-anything goes
Passion for promarkers-glitter
Everybody art-use favourite things, Promarkers, sparklies and one of my 2 fav stamp companies is LOTV
The corrosive challenge-recycle
craft your passion-use 2 different patterned papers
Easy craft challenges-black and white(hope shades of grey are allowed)
crafty Ho's-photo inspiration
Glitterbabe challenge-anything goes and sparkle