Time really flies when you have fun! Our next Time Out Challenge is here. Or to be more precise, TOC #31. Before I share my card and some details about the challenge, let me introduce to you my fellow blogger Nonni. Nonni is from Northern Finland, has a great CAS style and loves card making and challenges just like me.
You got to love them! They make me want to create some CAS cards. Look how many techniques, colours, and combinations one has. It is good to be creative. :)
Now, If you would like to see another great creation made by her, please visit TO Challenge Blog and check out her card for this challenge. Be inspired by other creations, and join us creating some grunge project with the optional twist of embossing. This Challenge is sponsored by STAMPlorations and the prize is $10 gift voucher for the winner and $10 gift voucher, chosen randomly for those who twist with us.
And now, at the end, let me share my card for today. I have embossed the base of the card, and added several panels of patterned paper. It was fun and quite easy.
Hello, hello, hello! I am finally back!!! It is so good to be here again. And at my crafting table too. My hand is much better. I can hold scissors!!! I feel really good. :) That means that I am back with our TO Challenge team, and that means that we have prepared another challenge for you. It is a great joy and pleasure to announce a very fun, easy and beautiful Challenge #30. Today, as it is my custom, I will first share several cards from a fellow blogger.
They were all created by Shery. Shery is really creative lady, lives in Central California and will soon have a baby. Her cards are so simple, and yet so beautiful. Love her ideas and the way she uses stamps, colours and just one layer of paper. :)
If you would like to see another great creation made by her, please visit TO Challenge Blog and check out her card for this challenge. Be inspired by other creations, and join us creating something with lines, flowers or just colours from our inspirational photo:
Hello, dear friends! It was a long time ago, I know. But, let me just tell you that I have a good reason for it. Unfortunately, for some time I will not be able to enjoy all the fun of card-making. I have sever case of tendonitis on my both hands. Not fun at all. I am not able to hold scissors or do anything that demands a grip or any kind of pressor. It is hard and I know it is still not over. To make things a bit more happier, I decided to share several photos with you. I realised it is easier to live with tendonitis if you just walk around. :) Probably the only time of the day that I am not using my hands. :) So, feel the spring that is slowly coming in my town.
At the end, let me share a Challenge with you. Time Out is celebrating a very 1st birthday. The Challenge is fun, and the prizes are sweet, so there is no reason for you not to join in. ;) And have you seen all the beautiful projects? I can’t wait to see your creations.
Hello, people! It is time for TO Challenge #25 and time to meet another team member. Please, take a moment and look at these lovely creations.
They were made by our dear Sandie. A lady that always has a nice and encouraging word for you. She comes from England and is pretty amazing just like her cards.
If you would like to see another great creation made by her, please visit TO Challenge Blog. Be inspired by other creations, and join in the fun for this challenge. We were all inspired by words Rock around the Clock.
And now, before I share my creation with you I would like to apologize for brevity and typos. I did not wrote this post on my mobile device, rather I believe I have a sever tendinitis in both wrists. God only knows how will this end up. Pray for me. I am an workaholic. Even worse, a hyperactive workaholic. This is pretty bad situation for me.
Greetings, my dear friends! It is time for brand new TO Challenge! I am continuing my new tradition of presenting a team member every time we have a challenge. So, again I have randomly decided to take a moment and write a thing or two about…
Lynn is from USA and has 4 beautiful sons. I love her cards. They are always so clean, simple, unique and perfect. Look for yourself. :)
It was really hard to show only several of them, so please visit her blog and enjoy some more.
And now, it is time for you to be creative and make a project inspired by this lovely card:
Please, check out TOC blog for more info and for more inspirational ideas. And finally, let me share my creation for this occasion. :)
Hello, hello! We were sick these days and still did not completely recover. So, I finally took some time today and made my card. And right at the beginning, my hubby decided to craft a bit with me. We are married for 13 years and this is first time ever that he joined me at my desk. He made these sweet little notebooks and realized that I have some fancy stamps and he went ballistic.
He is very thoughtful and creative. He made them for our dear friends. Please note his thumb covered with ink. ;) He is a big fan of fountain pens.
And now, here is my card. I went with some fun and gentle colors, trying to make a clean and simple card.
The card is inspired by these challenges: Colour Q, Retro Sketches, Simon Says Stamp and ShowCASe Challenge.
Hello, hello! It is time for brand new TO Challenge! I am continuing my new tradition of presenting a team member every time we have a challenge. So, today I have randomly decided to take a moment and write a thing or two about…
Gerrina is from Netherlands and is very creative. She loves photography and has a really special style. I love how here cards often look like little paintings. Here are several creations that I particularly like:
Beautiful cards! If you would like to see more, visit her blog – Gerrina’s Creative World.
And now, regarding our challenge #23… It is time to be creative and incorporate hearts to your handmade projects. Our theme is Valentine’s Day with the optional twist of hearts. Check out TOC blog for more info and for more inspirational ideas. And, at the end, I will share my card with you. I went with the sewing machine… ;)
I hope you like it. While thinking about the sketch and all the ways how to include a heart or two on my card, I was led by one other Challenge – Fusion Card Challenge.
Hello, dear friends! I promised to share my second card I have created during the weekend. I got inspired to make this CAS card using just one stamp, a bit of golden gel pen, some golden cord and one pearl. Every now and then I get this need to make CAS vintage cards. I love them. They are always beautiful and easy to make.
I used CAS(E) This Sketch Challenge as an inspiration.