Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Twisted Tuesday #72-Don't Go Near The Edge!

Hey Everyone,

I'm back for another challenge over at Twisted Tuesday Challenges!  This fortnight the challenge is simple:  Stay away from the edges!

Challenge:  Don't go near the edge (i.e. other than the base layer, keep all embellishments and details in the centre of the project and nothing near the edges)
The Twist:  Use an old book/dictionary page/old script page on your creation.
Easy Peasy!

Here is my take:

The patterned paper: MME; image stamp: The Greeting Farm, Sentiment die and stamp: Simon Says Stamp, butterfly punch: Martha Stewart; lace trim: Recollections; twine: Sew Easy, pearls: Prima, wooden frame: Recollections.

The Greeting Farm image was coloured in using pencil crayons.  My daughter had them out for a project and I thought, "why not?".  It's semi transparent-ness works well to still see the newsprint underneath.  It's hard to tell from the photos but the inked edges of the white card stock is actually gold ink.

Be sure to check out the rest of the design team for some inspiration!  They've really kicked bums on this challenge!  Don't forget to link up you project at Twisted Tuesday Challenges as well!

I can't wait to see what you've created!

I'd like to submit this to the following blogs:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Mother's Day/Special Girl
The Greeting Farm: Use Twine or Ribbon
Sister Act Card Challenge #48: Anything Goes

Thanks for dropping by!


  1. Very cute card. I love how you stamped your image on patterned paper. Thanks for joining us at SACC tis week. Good luck.
    Maureen, DT member

  2. This is such a pretty card! The colors and ribbon frame look amazing! Love that image as well! The stamping on it looks great! Thank you so much for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog!

  3. What a beautiful card! It's so creative and I love all of your pretty details! Thanks for joining the FFF challenge this week!


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