It is time for another challenge over at the Sweet Pea Stampers Challenge Blog. The topic this fortnight is "tear it to pieces" ie torn edges. It is time for Team B to show you their cards/creations.
Although I am in Team A I decided to make a card for this challenge as I like tearing. I have used the Sweet Pea Stamps image by Ching-Chou Kuik called Scarlett Holly. She is available as a digital image, a single rubber stamp and on a plate of 4 images (Sheet 51, Plate 243 - the images on this sheet along with Scarlett Holly are Little Green, Frost Twinkle and Red Rose). I have coloured my image in with Promarkers and highlighted areas with my Pan Pastels. I have torn around the edge of the image and accentuated the torn edge with a green chalk ink pad.
The backing papers I have used area Bearly Mine Designs Christmas Traditions and Simply Dots. These papers I have torn the edges of along with the mount for the image. I also got a piece of plain white card and stamped with some Artylicious Christmas stamps and then inked the edges with the same green chalk ink pad. I have finished the card off with some ribbon, Marianne Designs die-cut holly, stamped sentiment and some card candi. I have kept this card relatively flat as it is costing so much more for posting cards.
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Crafty Hazelnut Christmas - Photo inspiration
Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge Extra - Anything goes
One Stitch at a Time - Use a digi
613 Avenue Create - Anything goes with optional twist of use a school supply
Crafty Sentiments - Dies and punches
LEJ Designs - Furry friends
Papertake Weekly - Occasion-ally
Stamping Sensations - Wings and things and a touch of vintage
Crafty Boots - Die-cuts
Divas by Design - Christmas in August
Word Art Wednesday - Anything goes
Craftin' Boutique - Anything goes