Hello everyone, it's me Caz again, if your a regular, you'll know this year I am challenging you to use colours. My choice of colours for this week's challenge for me, define Spring. Yellow and Greens.- any tone, any shade. Have fun, we are all looking forward to seeing your projects.
The Design Team hope their cards will inspire you.
Hi it's Suzi B here, I would like to say thank you to all that joined in with this challenge ..
picking the top three was tricky!
31 Suzanne B
21 Inneke Boerman
Congratulations to all the three, please copy and paste the winners badge from the side bar.
Now for the winner of the Butterfly Stamp Set.
For this I asked my partner Joe to pick a number from 1-65. he's never seen the MMM blog and had no idea why I wanted him to pick a number.. so he just said
23 which is ... ta da!!
Congratulations Felicie. Please email me at email@example.com with your address so that I can forward your prize..
xx Suzi B xx
Hi, friends! I hope that you've been having fun making creations based on the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte! I've got a little bit of Mid Week Motivation for you today featuring more silhouettes!
Here's what I've created for you~
A lot of people think that silhouettes are usually black black, but I've found that doing some tone on tone stamping creates a very lovely silhouette effect that is more subtle. This is what I've done for my MWM card. I stamped the silhouette flowers on the kraft cardstock with a Versamark pad to create a watermark effect. This same effect can be done without a Versamark pad as well. You just need ink and paper that are the same color!
I hope you take some time to play around with the silhouette images you have in your stash. If you make something you like, I hope you link it up in the original challenge post! HUGS and happy stamping, friends! :)
Welcome to another fabulous challenge here at Make My Monday! This week we have another literary inspiration challenge for you. Our hostess, Mynnette, has chosen another one of her favorite books--Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Choose to be inspired by the book cover or the story line or both!
Here's the cover~
A little bit about this book: Jane is an orphan dependent upon unloving relatives for a living. At a young age, she is forced out of her aunt's house and into a school where she learns to become a teacher or governess. Her only friend there dies as a child and she suffers many hardships. After growing up sufficiently, she accepts a governess position at Thornfield Hall. Her new master is broody and seemingly unkind. The child she is responsible for is starved for love and just a tad spoiled. Will Jane ever find happiness in her new life? I won't tell you--you'll have to read the book!
Good morning all, welcome to mid week motivation provided this week by me... Suzi B.
I thought I'd share a grid card using digi images from bitm@p bought via Etsy store.
I printed the download onto A4 thin card, cut out the square then picked the six I wanted to use.
The second layer of backing paper was made using Versafine Vintage Sepia for
the script stamp and Versafine Onyx Back for the swirl. I used the
second stamping for the swirl. the edges of the paper where distressed
then DI Antique Linen around the edges and slightly into the centre,
followed by vintage sepia just on the edges....
I stamped a different swirl around the edges of the first layer then used Vintage Sepia on the edges which had been distressed . The squares were added to black card stock with sticky fixes and three more of the butterflies cut out and layered up.
First layer up from base card.
Second layer.... Distressing not shown on photograph :( black card stock with butterfly squares fixed on top of this layer. Then I added the little butterfly which was part of a jewellery chain bought in the sales for a pound!
Good morning every one welcome. It's Suzi B here and I'd like you to make a project which includes
Anything That Flies.
I have a little surprise for you... because here in the UK it's May Day Bank holliday I thought I'd give you the opportunity to win a little prize.
You could win this cute set of butterfly stamps. I bought the set in France a couple of years ago (along with a set of cute owls) They have never been used . I hope whoever wins will get them nice and inky! The winner will be announced at the same time as the Top Three for this weeks challenge.
Take a look at the DT's fabulous inspiration pieces. I would love it if you visited their individual blogs to leave some love :)
Most of all folks, enjoy!