Sunday, 13 April 2014

Scribble and Scrap challenge #16 DT post

Morning!!!
I hope you are all having a great weekend... I have family visiting, so I'm really busy at the moment and I haven't had time to craft or visit any of your blogs... hopefully I will catch up on everything over the next few days...

As every fortnight, we have a new challenge at 


As always, the challenge is Anything goes. so go over to the Scribble and Scrap challenge, take a look at the great cards my fellow DTs have made for your inspiration and join us!
There will be a Random drawn winner, who will get a £15 voucher to spend in the Scribble and Scrap shop. 
But if the Random drawn winner has used a product from www.scribbleandscrap.co.uk the prize will be a £20 voucher instead of a £15 voucher.
Also each of the Top Three will win a £5 voucher to spend at www.scribbleandscrap.co.uk


And this is my DT card for this challenge!





I made this card for my husband's birthday.

The papers I've used are perfect for this card. They are the "One for the Boys" digital paper set from Scribble and Scrap.
As usual, I couldn't resist a bit of distressing, so I used my Tim Holtz Distresser Tool on all the paper and card stock borders. 
I also hand-stitched them with white thread.


For this card, I used a rubber stamp by Lili of the Valley called  "Toot" Toot!". I stamped it with Memento ink in Tuxedo Black and coloured it with my Promarkers.
The Promarkers I used are:
Raw Sienna, Sandstone, Almond, Vanilla, Cocoa, Blossom, Peach, Soft Peach, Cornflower, Powder Blue, Tulip Yellow, Cool Grey 5 to 1.






I also distressed the image and the papers with Tim Holtz Distress ink in Old Paper.
The "Birthday Wishes" sentiment is from The Basic Birthday Sentiment Digi set at the Scribble and Scrap shop.
I created the other sentiment on the computer. 

I finished the card with a corner punch, a few buttons and a bit of twine. 




I would also like to enter the following challenges:

As you like it - favourite style of stitching (faux or real) and why : my favourite style of stitching is real. I hand-stitch most of my cards, I don't used a machine. I like the texture real stitching gives to the cards. It usually takes me ages but it's worth it!


Thank you so much for stopping by! Please leave a comment if you like my card and don't forget to follow me if you are not already! :)

Until next time!!!



24 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Mirella, bet your hubby loved it....
    hope your enjoying your week-end.xx

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  2. Cutest card ever! I adore it! Thanks for joining us at SACC this week. Good luck.
    Maureen DT

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  3. What a fab card ,love the papers and sweet image ....thanks for joining us at I love promarkers and good luck in the challenges
    Tracey x

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  4. Very sweet looking card. Great details and lovely image. Thanks for playing with us over at PFP this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  5. Fantastic card... your hubby will love. OMG I can't imagine hand stitching on a card, it must take forever, but so well worth it, this is gorgeous. Thanks for shari g your talents with us at The Stamping Boutique

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  6. Oooh brilliant! Men's cards can be so difficult but you've made it look easy! Did hubby love it? I really like this stamp, it's good to be reminded what LOTV have, as there are so many. I might have to get this one as I've got a man's 65th card to do and the brief is - he loves cars! I really like the way you've layered up the papers, with the different shapes. Glad you've been having some family time, lots of love, Emma xxx

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  7. Great masculine card, Mirella! Fabulous paper choice, sweet LOTV image and great layout and embellishments!
    Thanks for joining in with my theme this week at Passion for Promarkers! Lisa x

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  8. A brilliant card Mirella, I love the image and the fabulous colours x

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  9. Lovely card! Thank you for entering our Fussy & Fancy Challenge!

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  10. Love your card and love the Lili of the Valley image..thanks for joining us over at One Crazy Stamper!!

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  11. Such a lovely card! I adore the stamp too! One of my fave LOTV boys ones! Thanks for playing along with the current CraftyHands challenge. Sammy-x

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  12. Wow this is stunning, love the stamp and colors and wow so many detail on your card! Love it ! Thank you for joining us at I ♥ Promarkers this week and good luck xx

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  13. This is lovely! Thanks for sharing at Sweet Stampin' and Good luck with the Challenge. Judy DT

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  14. This is lovely! Thanks for sharing at 'Fussy & Fancy' and Good luck with the Challenge. Judy DT

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  15. Great card Mirella! I love all the layers, the twine & buttons! Great colour combo too!
    Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafting Cafe this time!
    Good Luck
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  16. Such a great masculine card , love the stitching details .Thanks for joining us at CC&CC for our Stripes challenge. Crystal - DT for CC&C

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  17. Fabulous card - love the colours!
    Thanks for playing at the Crafty Little Fairies!
    Helen x

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  18. A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafting Cafe and good luck.
    Mags
    x

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  19. What a cute, fun card Mirella! Thanks for playing along with us at Seize The Birthday!

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  20. Lovely design - thanks for joining us this month at The Crafting Cafe. Hugs Angelie

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  21. Thank you so much for joining my Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper April challenge with your lovely creation - hope to see you again soon x

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  22. Such a pretty and lovely project. thank you for joining us at As You Like It Challenge. Hugs! Mojca

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  23. What a fabulous card - love the layers and textures as well as the colouring.

    Thanks for joining us this month at The Crafting Cafe and good luck!

    Neil

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  24. Swinging back in to say: Thank you for joining in with the challenge at The Crafting Café. Sammy-x

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