Create with Connie & Mary Challenge #239

Hey Everyone

Can you believe it’s Thursday again? I have an extra day to my weekend this week, so I’m going to catch up on some cardmaking as well as prepare for a card class I have on Sunday.  I always manage to leave my cutting until the last minute, even though I promise myself each time I will prepare in advance.

This weeks challenge at Create with Connie & Mary is a sketch challenge.  Give me a sketch challenge over a colour challenge any day!

CCMC239sketch

So it was only after I made my card did I read the word “greeting” down in the left corner – how could I miss it?  Well I did and then it was too late to add one.  So my card is a little different from the sketch – I’m using a bit of creative licence again!

My card was made around a dyed seam binding bow I had sitting on my desk that had been discarded from another project.  It’s been sitting there for over a week now and I was determined to use it up.  When I dyed it, I was unhappy with the tie-dyed effect that I created. I must’ve squished it too hard when I was running it under water so my Midnight Muse Ink kind of ran out of it.  The project I was originally going to use it on was a clean project, so this messy Midnight Muse bow didn’t work on it. I like it much better on my vintage messy card.  Here’s what I came up with:

CCMC239

We’d love for you to join us so head over to the challenge and check out the gorgeous inspiration the Design Team have created.  While you’re there, link up a card too!

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

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8 thoughts on “Create with Connie & Mary Challenge #239

  1. Great use of the sketch Narelle. Your seam binding bow is just divine with it’s tie dye effect…..love it! Beautiful card! xxx

  2. Oh my goodness…can I be you when I grow up?! You are so talented Narelle! This card is another work of art! I want to take lessons from you! So fun having you on the Create Design Team with me!

  3. Love the classic look of your blue and white card! Reminds me of my grandmother’s kitchen. There are so many wonderful details that I love on here, I can’t even describe all of them! Great job with the sketch!

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