I had a much harder time with this challenge than I thought I would. "One Layer" sounds so easy! But once I printed out my image, I thought "Now what???" I wanted to use ribbon or diecuts or something!
So I used a Martha Stewart Punch Around The Page border punch and a little glitter and called it good. So I guess it really is easy, after all!
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Good Morning! This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by
and our theme is "Creative Borders". I've used a sweet stamp set from our sponsor called "Friends and Family" for my card.
I really like this stamp set, it's pretty versatile. The background paper is a freebie from "Cardmaking and Papercrafting" magazine. and my "Creative Border" is a cute picket fence from Cricut's Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge on Design Studio Access. To finish it off I added a little butterfly sticker and set some gems with my Gemsetter from Imaginisc that I haven't used in years! It was fun to pull that back out and remind myself of the fun tool I have. (Not that I'm hoarding tools and supplies, or anything like that!) lol
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This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by ! And our theme is "For the Men". I've used our sponsor's image called "Metal Mick" to make my card.
This was such a fun image to color! I used my Spectrum Noir markers and fussy cut the image. I've used pop dots to mount it onto a circle which I wrote and cut with my Cricut Explore and a Cra-Z-Art marker. The blue strip is embossed with a music "M-Bossibilities" embossing folder from Sizzix, run through my Cuttlebug. The background paper is some really old scrap I have had forever.
This is a pretty simple, but fun card. I hope you like it, too! Be sure to stop by Tuesday Throwdown to check out all the great DT examples and then join in the fun! See you there!
Hello!!! It's time for another new challenge at Tuesday Throwdown and this week we are sponsored by our very own Kim Sherrod! http://www.amusestudio.com/kimsherrod
Our theme this week is "Stitching". I saw a card on the front of Cardmaking and Papercrafts magazine and I just loved it, so I made my own version of it.
It's a little simpler than the one on the magazine, but I love it. The sentiment is a freebie from the magazine and the border is a Cricut cut. The papers are scraps from my stash and the flowers are from The Paper Studio. I stitched around the edge of the card on my sewing machine.
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Hello! Today I have another Design Team card to share for Tuesday Throwdown. We are sponsored this week by and our theme is "Texture".
I used our sponsors image "The Old Tractor", precolored, for my card:
I used a piece of burlap for the background texture and knotted a piece of twine to look somewhat like barbed wire. I tore the edges of the image and used distress ink. The wheat is a Cricut diecut. It's from the "Botanicals" cartridge.
Now for my reality........
I see a little problem here!Oh well, I just cut off the front and glued it to another card. Right side up this time!
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Hello! It's Tuesday and you know what that means...a new challenge at Tuesday Throwdown! This week we are sponsored by
and we have a sketch for your inspiration:
I've used our sponsor's image "Love Bug 5" for my card for one of my Zippy Zebra buddies:
I've colored the image with Spectrum Noir pencils and mounted it onto a Spellbinders Die. The background paper is from the latest Cardmaking and Paper Crafts Magazine freebie. The flower brads are some golden oldies I've had in my stash since I started scrapbooking...which was before I started cardmaking...which was before I started blogging...so they're OLD!
Inside I've used a sentiment stamp from Stampabilities and on the left is a sticker.
I love this sentiment: "Dance to the music of your dreams; the steps will bring you joy." I found this in my "Sentiments" folder and I know it was a magazine freebie,but I'm not sure which one. I think it was Cardmaker Magazine.
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