Sunday, 16 August 2015

More Lines

I have found a new addiction ,that's still crafting and quite addictive too and I am now making cards that i would never have thought of making before as I often found them difficult, clean and simple.

Lines and all thanks to kathy at the daily marker and her pop-up challenge.

I squiggle some lines take my colour drawer of promarkers and randomly pick a pen and colour one of the shapes made on the scrap of card I'm using. it takes me back to my childhood and colouring at school,very theraputic as there is little thinking involved in fact the hardest part is choosing which shade drawer of promarkers to use.

This card I made with lines I coloured with my pink shades drawer but I have some purple coloured squiggles too so who knows what they will turn into.

This one I used 3 dies ,a flower die and a 'happy birthday from Britannia dies and cut some daisy type flowers and a scallop circle from docrafts. I cut the circle and flowers from the line squiggles coloured paper and the sentiment from white card.

I used an embossing folder to add more lines to add a lattice to the base card and simply added the flowers putting a gem in the centre of each. The circle I stuck to the base card and added the sentiment to it. I couldn't believe how little time the card came together in.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:-

A gem of a challenge- one  for the girls

Simply create too-anything goes


Denise Goeldner said...

Fabulous card, love the simplicity and colours. Thanks so much for joining us over at A Bit More Time To Craft Challenge Blog, good luck and hope to see you again.
~ Denise DT ~
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Unknown said...

This card is fantastic. the embossing is gorgeous.
Thank you for playing at Bizzy Becs challenge.

Helen said...

Great card - love the embossing.

Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge

Helen x

Kathy said...

Another great PoP Up card. Love the use of squiggles. Hugs, Kathy