Good morning, Followers, Friends and Visitors,
It is time again for me to share my Imagination Craft's challenge mid month project. I am afraid this will be my last project for the time being for the Imagination Craft's Challenge Blog, as I have quite a lot of comittments, which sadly means, I cannot devote the time to the challenge blog, that I feel is necessary.. Who knows what the future holds !! I may be back, if Linda would have me that is lol! I will of course still be making cards for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Craft's as I have done for over 10 years now.
I would just like to wish the new Design Team all the best and I know you will enjoy being part of a fabulous team of Ladies and using Imagination Craft's beautiful products. I will still be logging in to see your fabulous creations and joining your blogs.
I would also like to welcome my newest follower to my blog, Wanda Bascombe, thank you for following me and I hope you enjoy your visits. Ok, onto today's card.
Make a base card from white card stock. Score around the four edges of the front of the card, using a scoring board and a bone folder. Using the text stamp and green ink, stamp the text in the bottom right corner of the base card. Colour another piece of white card using a piece of cut n' dry foam and the forest green distress ink. Using the oval scalloped die, cut out an oval from this coloured card. Glue this to the centre of the base card. Die-cut and emboss a further scalloped oval from white card, slightly smaller than the first, then glue to the larger oval.
Take another piece of white card then, using the Memory Box oval die, cut out the ornate oval. Keep the piece which comes out of the centre of the die-cut and colour it in the same manner as the large oval, using the forest green distress ink.
Glue the oval die-cut to the smaller scalloped oval, then glue the inside of the oval back in the centre.
Add a ribbon bow to the right edge of the oval.
Stamp the three sizes of flowers onto a piece of white card, using the green distress ink pad. Cut out and glue to the left side of the oval with silicone glue.
Add the white shimmer detail sparkle to the flower centres. Well that's it, card finished, quite a quick, easy and effective card to make.
I do hope you will join in the challenge with us. The theme this month is 'anything goes.' There is still time to join in this month's challenge. As usual you could win a very generous £40 voucher to spend on Imagination Craft's products.
Please note, only projects using Imagination Craft's products are eligible for the £40 but none I.. C. makes can still get top 3 spots and there is a super badge for your blog. Please don't forget to pop on over to the rest of the design team's blogs to see their amazing inspiration too.
Bye for now, see you all again in a few days with my next post for my blog. Stay warm and safe and be happy, life is too short to be unhappy.
Love and rainbows,
Big Hugs Jennifer xx.