What a glorious morning! Until I hung out the washing! Story of my life! I hope you are all well and enjoying some crafty time this week.
We have a great new challenge over at the Fab'n'Funky Challenges blog but first the winner and Top 3 from last week have been posted. Head on over to the blog to see our lucky winners.
Now, on to this week's challenge and we have the wonderful Vicky as our host. She has chosen a great theme and I'm sure you'll all be eager to join in. Our theme this week is...
Ribbon and Lace
You can add ribbon or lace or both to your project and then link it up to be in with a chance of a prize or Top 3 position. Our sponsors this week are Doodle Pantry and StampArt Design by Kathryne. Just click on their names to view the brilliant range of images.
I used a Doodle Pantry image for my card this week. It's called Pitcher and Basin and can be found here.
I saw a similar design in a magazine and thought I'd have a go myself. I started with an A4 piece of kraft card and cut it length-ways and then scored each piece in half to make two 6" x 4" card blanks. I used my Tonic guillotine to cut the fronts on the diagonal. I attached the two blanks together the Collall All Purpose Glue. It really is the best glue in the world!
The image came with two patterned backing papers but I made the plain blue paper by using the colour picker feature in My Craft Studio. I used the flowery backing paper to cover the fronts of my card and then added a piece of kraft cardstock that had been embossed with one of the A4 Sue Wilson embossing folders from Creative Expressions.
My image was cut using Spellbinders Grand Labels Eleven. I added the lace to close the card and also for an extra girly finish.
I hope you can join us for our ribbon/lace challenge this week.