Friday, 30 December 2016

Attitude!

It's over a week since I last blogged.  It was so hard getting my crafty mojo back after the busy Christmas celebrations, but here is CAS card I made today. Not the best of photos, I find metallic elements on cards are always difficult to photograph under artificial light. I haven't used this old wood mounted stamp for quite a while, but it's my favourite for teenage girls.  I first used it when my daughter was a teenager, many years ago! I just love the sentiment.....'I have an attitude & I'm not afraid to use it!'

The stamp is a Funstamp, 'Fairy with Attitude' and coloured with Promarkers and a silver Wink of Stella glitter brush. The purple clothes were then covered with a clear Wink of Stella glitter brush to add some extra sparkle.  The image and silver mirror card mat were die cut using Memory Box 'Stitched Octagon' dies.  I add three white and two silver brads.  That reduced my brad mountain by another five! LOL!

I am joining in the following challenges:
Memory Box Challenge #19 ~ Marvelous Metallics
Less is More Challenge #307 & #308 ~ Children
HLS December Anything Goes with Dies Challenge
That's Crafty Anything Goes 2016 Challenge

15 comments:

  1. Great image Liz your card made me smile

    Anne

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  2. Fun CAS, love this little fairy and the sentiment! The mirri octagon looks great!
    Have a Wonderful and Happy New Year!!

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  3. I can see why this stamp is one of your favourites Liz - it is brilliant! Such a superb sentiment. Love your colour scheme too. That pesky metallic card IS a pain to photograph but you've managed it perfectly here. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Less is More xx

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  4. What a fabulous sentiment and such a pretty CAS card x Happy New Year to you and your family x

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  5. I love this sentiment Liz just perfect for the difficult teenage years and the stitched octagon shows the fun image off beautifully. I love the purple dress which looks so pretty with the complementary background too. I know what you mean about getting going after the break. I have been trying to sort my crafting stuff out and am determined to finish this before doing any new cardmaking, but I still have a long way to go. x

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  6. That's one fun and cute image Liz and so glad you found time to join in our children challenge. Thanks for playing with us at Less is More. Sarah x

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  7. Love the stamp Liz - made me smile. I totally agree mirri card is a pain to photograph but you did well! Shabneez x

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  8. OH, this is a fun card, and so perfect for a teen with that great sentiment! So you have a brad mountain too eh? :)

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  9. Such a sweet and funny card, suitable not just for teens but for girls of all ages - I know a 4 year old it would suit perfectly!
    Jane

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  10. Your card is perfect Liz! Great image and sentiment....it says it all! ;-)
    I too find mirri card difficult to photograph. Wishing you a Happy New Year.
    Janice x

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  11. A great card Liz, I love the sentiment. I know several people that this would be ideal for. Happy New Year.

    Sue xx

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  12. A super card Liz, such a fun image and sentiment and lovely rich colours
    Wishing you a very Happy New Year.
    Pauline
    x

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  13. Fun card, Liz - love the sentiment! Best wishes for a very happy and healthy New Year!

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  14. If your reducing your pile downwards then that is a step in the right direction. Love your quirky card and can see why it came in handy! Hokpe you have a Happy, Healthy and Crafty New Year. Hugs Mrs A.

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  15. Such a cute CAS Card! Thank you for playing along with HLS December Anything Goes with Dies!

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