CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #300 – A Sketch for Our Birthday

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a card created for the new sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

Our monthly hostess, Patricia, has come up with a fun sketch to inspire me. (tap the sketch figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

  1. Create an A2 card base from green card stock.
  2. Die cut a rectangle from white card stock as front panel.
  3. Die cut Balloons with alphabet from colorful card stock and white card stock.
  4. Adhere the alphabet from white card stock to the colorful balloons.
  5. Stamp, color and die cut the loin and notes.
  6. Layer and adhere all the pieces mentioned above to card base with double sided tape and foam tape.

Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Jungle Vibes Stamp Set
Balloon Alphabet Die-namics
Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stax
Hand-Lettered Christmas Stamp Set

I would like to enter this card into
MFT The Birthday Project – Have a Wild Birthday

Seize The Birthday Challenge 155- Anything Goes Birthday

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CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #293 – Sketch

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a card created for the new sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

Our weekly hostess, Jeanne, has come up with a fun sketch to inspire me. (tap the sketch figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

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  1. Create an A2 card base from white card stock.
  2. Die cut rectangle frame from kraft card stock.
    Die cut a rectangle from blue cardstock.
  3. Die cut leaves from green card stock
  4. Stamp, color and die cut the sloth.
  5. Layer and adhere all the pieces mentioned above to card base with double sided tape and foam tape.

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Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Sloths Stamp Set
Single Stitched Line Rectangle Frames Stax
Leafy Greenery Die-namics
Blue Breeze Card Stock
Kraft Card Stock

The Male Room Challenge #94 – Geometric

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a card created for the Geometric Challenge at The Male Room.

Here is my creation…

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  1. Create an A2 card base from white card stock.
  2. Trim a piece of blue card stock to A2 card size. Stencil the geometric stars with squeezed lemonade distress oxide ink and glimmer paste.
  3. Trim a piece of white card stock to A2 card size. Die cut a stitched circle window.
  4. Stamp, color and die cut the astronaut.
  5. Layer and adhere all the pieces mentioned above to card base with double sided tape and foam tape.

Thanks for spending some time with me.

I hope you can head on over to The Male Room blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Space Explorer Stamp Set
Geometric Stars Stencil
After Midnight card stock
tonic studios Nuvo Glimmer Paste – Moonstone

I would like to enter this card to
AAA Cards CAS Game #123 – Sketch

The Male Room Challenge #91 – Birthday

Hello there!

I can’t believe it’s already August! And we are having a celebration for the fifth birthday of The Male Room.

I’ve created an interactive birthday cake with the magical dragons.

Here is what I’ve created…

Thank you for spending some time with me.

I hope you can head on over to The Male Room blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:

My Favorite Things Interactive Birthday Cake; Magical Dragons; English Brick Wall Stencil; Castle.

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #283 – The Double

Hello there!

It’s Tuesday again and there is a new challenge at CC&S.

This week our hostess, Jeanne, has come up with an awesome sketch with beautiful colours to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CAS Colours & Sketches).

Here is how I’ve been inspired…

  1. Create an A2 card base.
  2. Trim a piece of white card stock to 4.25″ x 5.5″. Die cut a scallop oval frame and keep the negative piece as the front panel.
  3. Die cut two Fringed Scallop Borders from light green paper and Raspberry card stock.
  4. Stamp, color & die cut the bears.
  5. Arrange and layer all the pieces mentioned above on A2 card base with foam tape and double sided tape.

I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:

MFT Bitty Bears, MFT Fringed Scallop Borders, MFT Scallop Oval Frame.

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #282 – Sketch

Hello there!

It’s Tuesday again and there is a new sketch challenge at CC&S.

This week our hostess, Jeanne, has come up with an awesome sketch to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CAS Colours & Sketches).

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

  1. Create an A2 card base.
  2. Trim a piece of sour apple card stock to 4.25″ x 5.5″. Die cut a road and keep the negative piece as the front panel.
  3. Die cut another road from gray card stock. Inlay the gray road to the front panel.
  4. Die cut balloons from colored card stock.
  5. Stamp, color & die cut bear.
  6. Arrange and layer allthe pieces mentioned above on A2 card base with foam tape and double sided tape.

I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:

MFT Town Bear, MFT Open Road, MFT Balloon Alphabet, Hemp Cord.

The Male Room Challenge #90 – Include An Unexpected Item

Hello there!

For the 2nd challenge in July, we are having a challenge featuring an unexpected item. ( Please tap the figure below for the details )

Here is the project I’ve created…

I had some ideas about the last theme of The Male Room challenge – Fishes. And I want to make it real. The images of fishes come from MFT Gill Friends stamp set.

I’ve created a shadow box with white card stock, acetate sheet and a shaker pouch as a fish tank. Actually, I had a fish tank when I was a college student. I always stood in front of the fish tank and watched the fishes swimming. So I created an astronaut standing behind the tank as the unexpected item. Hope you will love it!

Thank you for spending some time with me.

I hope you can head on over to The Male Room blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.