Wednesday

A couple Created Byhand Challenges


Good Evening Everyone,

I finally stamped last night! It's not that I haven't wanted to, but I have been busy! Hubby is finally finished a long job, and we had the weekend to spend together, and he has been home at a decent time at night lately! lol I love having him home more, I missed him even though he was working in town, I didn't see him much for over 2 months. I don't know how he works 16-18 hours a day without any days off.

Anyway, enough of that! Here are a couple cards I created for the Created Byhand Challenges. I missed last weeks, so the Papillon card is for the Pin Back Challenge, and the Car card is for this weeks challenge.

The Papillon card is done using the instructions posted on the Created Byhand Challenge site, I did change mine up a bit though, and just used d/s patterned paper and cut it. I used a Quietfire Design collage image for the center of my card. The image is black and white, so I used my photo pens to colour a bit of pink on the flowers in her hair. Also used were the Flourishes 1, and the new stamps of the butterfly and the sentiment. I quite like the way this card turned out and can see myself doing this type of card again.

The longest journey card was done for the Journey Challenge. The car stamp is from the Tim Holtz line of stamps from Stampers Anonymous, and all other stamps are from Quietfire Designs.

For the more vintage style cards I always used alot of distress inks from Ranger, which you can also find at Quietfire Designs. If you haven't stopped over there for awhile, you may want to check it out! Suzanne just released more of her GORGEOUS rubber!!! You are going to LOVE it all!

Thanks to Suzanne and Kelly for the awesome challenges,, and thanks to you for stopping by!

Have a wonderful evening,
:)
Kim

4 comments:

Penny said...

Beautiful, both of them. I do love the scripty Quietfire designs - I'll go and check out the new stamps now :)

Julie Mutch said...

Oh Kim, both of these cards are just beautiful. I love the butterflies (Hee, Hee, imagine that?) and the softness of the cards. The antique car is a great masculine card and I love the saying. I might have to borrow those stamps to make a birthday card for my Dad next month. :)

I'll chat with ya when I get back from vacation. Have a great week!

Hugs,
Julie

Quietfire Style said...

Absolutely beautiful Kim! Thanks so much for making such wonderful creations!

newfiecrafter said...

Just gorgeous Kim

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