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Friday, February 19, 2010

For a Challenge

Hi Guys

I have been busy over the last couple of days with sorting dates out for me to teach at Carols Crafts in Spalding. Check my diary on the left hand side to see when I am teaching and what I am teaching.

I have also managed to do something for a challenge.

The challenge is Hels' challenge here. I got a bit confused and thought this had to be an ATC (the other challenge I took part in is just ATC's)

Hels' challenge is All You Need Is Love and I did this for it.

It is a mini Stepper Card at the size of an ATC.

On the left hand side I have inked a strip of book page with Real Red ink. On the right hand side I have stamped with En Francais in Real Red after stamping off. I have then used a sponge and sponged with Real Red. I have stamped En Francais in Basic Grey and then punched with the Heart to Heart punch. I then stuck them onto the card and trimmed off. I used crystal effects to give them a bit of depth. I have stamped the birds firstly in basic grey on the card and then in Real Red on another piece of card and coloured them in with Blender Pen (left hand side just by pulling the colour in from the stamped image and right hand side by using the ink pad as a pallette. The large stamp at the back is stamped in Real Red, coloured with Blender Pen and then sponged around the edge.

I hope you like

Until next time, happy crafting

Emma xx


  1. Very nice Emma. So neat and love all the combos of colour and stamps. See ya Monday. Hugs Zx

  2. This is absolutely gorgeous Emma. Take Care Trudi

  3. This is lovely..thanks for joinin in with the challenge...loving the stepped look...so tiny must have taken you ages :O))


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