Saturday 4 May 2024

Crafty Calendar Challenge ~ Anything Goes

The May Crafty Calendar Challenge begins today with the theme of Anything Goes. Our generous sponsor this month is Di's DigiStamps.

Our sponsor kindly gave us images to work with and I chose to use the pre coloured digi stamp  Valentine Highland Cow.   die cut the image using and mat using Memory Box 'Stitched Rectangle Layers' dies.  The tartan patterned paper is a sheet from a Paper Cellar paper pad.  I punched the sentiment with a Stampin' Up punch and hand cut the green mat. The sentiment is raised up on foam pads.

The Crafty Calendar Challenge ends on 28th May.  Please hop over to the challenge blog to see all the beautiful cards the DT have made.


  1. What a charming card! The pre-colored digi stamp Valentine Highland Cow is adorable, and using Memory Box 'Stitched Rectangle Layers' dies for the mat adds a lovely touch. The tartan patterned paper from Paper Cellar complements the design perfectly, and the raised sentiment on foam pads adds a nice dimensional element.

  2. A lovely clean design Liz - the tartan paper is the perfect choice to frame your sweet Highland cow.
    Hope all is well.

  3. Adorable make, using that fab image, Liz - happy Bank Holiday weekend


  4. Oh my gosh, this image is the cutest ever! How fun is this card. Great coloring and I love the plaid background paper.

    1. The image is pre-coloured, so I can take no credit for the colouring. I just wish my colouring was this good. xx

  5. That plaid background is absolutely perfect for that adorable highland cow!! Such a fun card xx

  6. Fab highland cow image, looks perfect with the plaid background xx

  7. That is just brilliant Liz, made me smile instantly!

  8. The highland cow is so cute Liz, and the tartan paper is the perfect choice to go with it, and I love the green card as the accompanying colour which you picked out of the tartan and it looks great. x


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