Saturday, June 15, 2019

DT card for Crafter's Cafe challenge 221- masculine

This cute robot could work for a child or adult - I think it works well for some one when the usual car, golf, or fishing don't apply!  The image is called Bob, from Sheepski Design, a sponsor for the current challenge at The Crafter's Cafe The theme this time is boys/men, or rain/sun (weather) ... or both!  I shaded the image by using a wet aqua pen.  This added the touch of color I wanted.  The metallic background embossing is from a folder by Darice, and the sentiment is Sparkle 'n Sprinkle  Die cuts are by Spellbinders.  The horizontal stripe is Washi tape, and the vertical panel uses metallic ribbon.  Though this looks blue, it is actually silver and black.
Sketch (In honor of their 10th anniversary, Sketch #1 is revisited!):   Sweet Sketch Wednesday2
Men/boys:   Crafty Gals Corner
Tic Tac Toe - left column:  Cuttlebug Mania
Any:   Digichoosday
           Lemon Shortbread
           Aud Sentiments
           Crafting With an Attitude
           A Perfect Time to Craft    
           Word Art Wednesday

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Crafter's Cafe Challenge #220

The new challenge at the Crafter's Cafe is to use embossing, or have girls/women as a theme.  I selected girls/women.  The practical reason is that I needed a special graduation card for our granddaughter.  The paper from  DeCosse's Dynamite Doodles, In Flight,  complemented the image from Julia Spiri ~Aviator Cat  I also used the sentiment from the set Nothing is Impossible.  I followed the suggestion of the artist and divided the sentiment - line 2 (Nothing is Impossible) is inside.  Our GD likes her cat, but she will have to leave him behind as she heads for fighter pilot training in a couple of months.  I used Spellbinder dies for the circles.
Sketch:  Mojo-Monday
Any:    Pink Gem Challenge
             Digi Choosday 
             Show us your pussies
             Through the Craft Room Door
             Scrapy land- 
             Simon says stamp Wednesday Challenge
             Word Art Wednesday