Friday, 12 July 2013

Lets see the world together...

I can't believe I forgot to schedule my design piece in readiness for tomorrows challenge that starts tomorrow at 8am for Crafts4eternity, so I find myself at past midnight on my laptop frantically getting this blog post together (it might be a short post).
The theme for this weeks challenge is a colour challange

My make this week features Linda's new bag from Stampotique. I stenciled with modelling paste the eye chart onto card that had had the distress paint and stains treatments edge with distress embossing powder in vintage photo. Background is Tim Holtz kraft and I have used Tim's picture wheel die, a 7 gypsies tag and a map of the world cut out from patterned paper. The text has been added with Kaisercraft mini alpha letters.
and the colours for the challenge are RUST
So if these colours inspire you, and you don't have to use all of them, why not pop along and join us for this weeks challenge here. Crafty Sentiments Designs are offering one randomly chosen entry to choose 3 digi images of their choice.
hopefully see you over there
Amanda X


  1. Hi Amanda
    wow what a great card lots of layers and textures, stunning

  2. Such a nice collage Amanda, great layers

    have a nice weekend, Alie :-)

  3. Ooooh great set of colours to work from, might have to have a go at this one.

    Great make, love how you've brought all the elements together in your creation.

    Sam xxx

  4. beautiful piece!! have a great weekend!
    Groetjes Karin

  5. Love the way you have used the colours and pulled this together. Great job Amanda.
    Enjoy the weekend.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  6. Ooh, gorgeous use of the rusty colour palette and I love all your layered elements - fab!
    Alison x

  7. Fantastic card Amanda love all the elements you have used. Have a good week hugs x

  8. What a gorgeous card. Love the colours and wonderful details.


  9. Hi Amanda, just wanted to pop over to say thank you for the lovely comment you left on my C4E entry. I really do appreciate it and I was worried if my entry fitted the challenge or not so thank you very much.
    Your use of the colour scheme here is fabulous - it looks like old rusty metal - the sort where you get orange/brown/rust blobs on your hands if you try to pick it up! Oh dear I sound a bit nutty again! Karen x


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