Saturday, 15 May 2010

New Style For Me what do you think?


Hi girls so i got a little confused yesterday and got the Polka doodles challenge wrong read the post too quickly silly old me.Anyway I have made another card to enter the challenge but not sure what I think as I don't usually tear or rip the paper.Right the challenge was to use the free download bundle and make a card using the download plus a theme of dimension and texture.
For my card I decided to use a stamp I have had for some time but has been a little negleted its from a set called Ethel and Murray 2 very humourous set lol the sentiment is also from the set which I think is quite funny.There are loads of wonderful elements to the free downlads and I chose to take a piece of backing paper which was originally white with the text and used a brilliance triple inkpad to chance the colour( its a shame you can't see the pearlyness of the ink) then for added texture i tore the edges which is something I don't normally do.For Murray himself I decoupaged him but only one more layer to add dimension popped him on a nesties matt and added the text with foampads again to add more dimension.Murray has been coloured in with promarkers (as if you couldn't guess)lol.
Anyway ladies I am entering this crazy little card into the Polka Doodles challenge and what a great prize they have for the winner and top 5 so please wish me luck I think I am going to need it with this one lol
speak to you all soon
hugs
Lorraine xx
P.S Debs I hope you had a great birthday hun x

15 comments:

Diane said...

Well I think it is awesome! Love it! Sometimes we have to get out of our elements,and you did
a fantastic job with this card!
Such a cute image and a great Dad card!

Poppet said...

Fantastic card Lorraine. The paper tearing and the stitching detail is fab. I think the image and sentiment is great. Good luck with the challenge and have a good weekend. :-) xx

Paula said...

Out of the comfort zone is always interesting -
I know exactly what you mean about tearing - can't quite get the hang of it myself. That inkpad was a brilliant idea (sorry about the pun - didn't realize until I was typing it). Have a good weekend.
Paula (PEP)
http://pepcraftchallexp.blogspot.com/

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Lorraine this is just great I love it, I to have these stamps which are also very neglected lol...what we crafters like eh....I love your colouring and the sentiment it is just perfect so are those fabby papers
Hugs
Lorraine x

CHARITY CRAFTER said...

Hi Lorraine ♥ This card is brilliant ♥ I can see you asked to go on a Design Team hun ♥ Leigh ♥

debsdoescrafts said...

Wow Lorraine this is great, I know what you mean about the tearing of paper, I know this sounds rather kinky, but I would rather stroke it!! lol. Anyway good luck with the challenge, its a winner in my book! Hugs Debbie x

PS Had a great birthday, got loads of crafting goodies. x

Gina said...

I think you've done an amazing job with this card Lorraine! Tearing papers is the hardest thing I ever had to do haha!(I have a bit of a fetish, you know, the one where you buy loads of papers just to keep cos they're sooooo beautiful)
love as always Gina x x x

FauxPainter - Dee Paramour said...

Excellent idea to colour the text, fabby card with humour. Thanks for taking part in the Polka Doodles challenge. Dee x

Kerry said...

Oh what a fun card. Thanks for joining in at Polkadoodles this week.

Nettie said...

I'm glad you re-read the blog and made this card. Great tearing.x

Emma said...

Fantastic card, love the image and papers... your paper tearing looks great.
Hugs Emma x

BondGirl said...

Lovely card for the PD Challenge. Thanks for joining in

I love the sentiment and the colours in the download are lovely.

brenda said...

Hi Lorraine

What a brilliant sentiment and a super card.

Thank you for sharing it with us at Polkaddodles this week and good luck.

B x

Kris L said...

Very cute card. Thanks for playing with us at Polkadoodles.

Fliss said...

Really great card and fabulous use of the freebies.
Thanks for joining in with the Polka Doodles Dimension and Texture challenge.
x