Sunday, 17 January 2016

Look who's turning, Number of years meets Timeless Textures Stampin' Up

Hello there,

Wow isn't it bitterly cold out there, it's something when the shed is warmer than the house, even when the heating has been on for more than 24 hrs,

I have a 21st Birthday card for Hubby's nephew to make so I turned to Number of years, coupled with Timeless Textures which is such a great set for male projects, and since they are a family of Chelsea Supporters the colour Pacific Point dictated the colour ways. Coupling it with Whisper White was making it too stark, and I had Sahara Sand on the table and it looked pretty cool I thought.

I am entering this card in the CAS challenge #156  HERE the challenge is a sketch this week,

Using the oval framelits I cut an oval from the Pacific Point and then, I stamped the coffee stain from the Timeless Textures to look like Streamers using versamark and clear embossing powder,
  I adhered this to the card blank using dimensionals , cut the 21 from the dies set that co ordinates called Large Numbers, stamped again with versa mark and embossed in clear using the mesh stamp from the Timeless Textures set, stamp the sentiments from the Number of Years Stamp Set,  stuck on a few sequins and rhinestones and there you go!




Both sets not just for Girlies they are great for the boys too!!

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4 comments:

  1. Fun card! I love how you rolled the ends of the pennants! Thanks for joining us at CC&S!

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  2. What a clever use of the Timeless Textures stamp set. I especially like the coffee stain as streamers - brilliant. Thanks for joining us at CC&S this week. Liz x

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  3. What a clever way to create the look of streamers! Great job with this festive birthday card. Thanks for making CC&S part of your stamping fun!

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  4. I like the 21 taking centre stage here.. Great take on the sketch, thanks for playing along with our challenge at CC&S
    Louise xx

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