Thursday 10 January 2019

Guest Designing with Time Out

Today I'm here to remind you about the Time Out Challenge where I'm Guest Designing this fortnight.


Here's my card:

I was inspired by a Christmas card I received and loved. Thanks Izzy for the inspiration. I dry embossed the bottom grassy panel and then stamped the greeting and image along its edge. I used Prismacolors to colour the image and a hint of background.

Stamps: Sugar Pea Designs, Caring Critters
Inks: Versafine Clair, nocturne
Embossing: Cuttlebug folder
Colours: Prismacolor pencils; Sakura, gelly roll, white

Thanks so much for looking today and I hope you'll be able to play along. There's a very generous gift voucher from Birch Press Design for one lucky winner. Check out all the Time Out DT inspiration HERE.

And keep crafting!

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  1. So cute, Jane! I love your use of dry embosisng here, it looks great done partially like this, leaving so much white space. That lion makes me smile big time. :) Thanks for another fab GD card for us at Time Out!

  2. I love this design I will be commenting when see on IG-Adore the texture it gives,the placement of the sentiment and sweet image. Thanks for being an amazing GD x

  3. Love that embossing across the bottom and the way you perched that adorable lion at the top of it. An adorable image - fab design. Thanks for being our Guest Designer once again at Time Out!

  4. Wow, this is super cute. I love how you created grass with texture, and your coloring on the lion is superb. Thanks so much for being our Guest Designer at Time Out.

  5. I love that fabulous embossed portion of the card. Fantastic CAS Card. Thank you again for guesting with us at Time Out!

  6. Such a cute little lion, Jane ... perfectly grounded on his texture-y grassland ... CAS sweetness! Thanks for Guest Designing with us once again at Time Out ... and inspiring our players! Anita :)


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