I haven't done a creative challenge in blogland for some time. I had a long stint in the cafe working, which zapped all my time, and more recently, I have been working towards getting my work in the Turner Contemporary art gallery, and in some Cathedral gift shops (more on these projects another time!) along with in Theological colleges. Needless to say, the cards that I have created have been a necessity for some promotion or other, and not just for creativity.
However, this week over at A passion for papertrey, the girls have a really great challenge. Anything goes!! Wuhoo!! Now, as I have mentioned before, this is one of my favourite blogs. Not least because Aimes is one of my favourite online card creators, but also because it puts papertrey ink in the limelight for the UK. Oh how I wish they would supply over here! I contacted them to become a supplier, but alas, it is staying in the US for now.
So, I have used some Papertrey products in a couple of my cards that I have been creating for my projects, so I am going to enter them into the challenge, I hope that I am the lucky winner of the sweet little bunting stamps, so lovely!
So, here is the first of two PTI card creations....
Simple as always! ....
[3.5x3.5 inch card, plain insert, Fruit fusion: cherries PTI stamp, Versamagic chalk inks]
A card most suitable for teenage girls, that is for no other reason than to say hi! I can't get enough of red at the moment, lipstick, dresses, cards ... its everywhere!!!
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