Thursday 26 November 2015

CCT Angels or Fairies

The theme at CCT this week is Angels or Fairies. I have used another Hanglar image for my card which I have coloured with Distress Markers. I cut the card base with another Go Kreate die, and added some paper from a Tilda pad. The other dies are Spelllbinders and Tim Holtz and the sentiment is Hero Arts.

I really enjoyed making this card, its been a while since I used my Distress Markers. I hope you'll be able to join in this weeks challenge as we have another great prize.

Thursday 19 November 2015

CCT Light it Up

This weeks theme at CCT is Light it Up. I have used one of my new Go Kreate dies and a Hanglar image, which I coloured with Lyra Polycolors. The papers are Stampin Up and the dies are Tim Holtz and Spellbinders.

Not the best photo because the light is so bad here today. I had hoped to make the card a bit more elaborate but a combination of working extra and only having 1 night off and no heating for the past 2.5 weeks has limited my card making time. The engineer is back again sometime this morning so I hope he fixes it this time!
We had a nice day on Saturday when we went to Old Trafford to watch the David Beckham Unicef match, we all really enjoyed it.

Thursday 12 November 2015

CCT Animals and Birds

This weeks theme at CCT is animals and birds. I have made a very quick card using Tim Holtz dies. The reindeer is cut from double sided adhesive and is covered in gold glitter, it is so sparkly but it doesn't really show in the photo. The joy is cut from gold mirri card and I made the ticket shape from a rectangle of card cut with a corner punch.

Thursday 5 November 2015

CCT Food and Drink

This weeks theme at CCT is food and drink. I made a ticket shaped kraft card with a We R Memory Keepers punch and added some My Minds Eye papers. The image is an old Edwin stamp which I coloured with Lyra Polycolor pencils. I added some die cut pennants and a Tim Holtz scribble die cut. The tab is a Stampin Up punch which I stamped with some alphabet peg stamps which I picked up from the NEC a few years ago for £1.