Monday, 21 November 2016

Crafting When We Can Challenges 132 - Circles

I forgot to post my card for this challenge so better late than never.  You still have until Saturday afternoon to enter your circle inspired projects.  It can contain 1 or more circles as long as we can see a circle.

Our wonderful sponsor for this challenge is the talented Caitlyn Crosfield of

Caitlyn very generously gave us images to use and I chose Tracy.  I really enjoyed working with this image I think I would like to use it to practice my colouring.  I love her hair.  I cut a circle stencil on the scan'n'cut and use distressed inks to colour through. I then made a mat with circles surrounding it and welded it together.  The ribbon threaded through was from some chocolates last Christmas and the stamped sentiment is one of my first stamps.  This was stamped onto one of the circles cut from the stencil.  The image was coloured with Spectrum Noir pens.

Hop over the the Challenge and show us your project including a circle or circles.


Sweet Stampin' challenges - Happy Birthday
addicted to stamps #136 - Die cuts/punches
Shopping our Stash #278 - Front and Centre
ribbon from last years chocolates, stamp from years ago, distress inks not used for months
Crafty Catz Challenge #347 - Anything Goes with optional red


Aunty Sue said...

Lovely card thanks for sharing at crafty catz this week

Gina said...

I can see why you enoyed colouring her, great looking hair :D XXX

Mimi said...

The circles in the background look awesome! And you've done a great job on this chick's hair (I'm no colorer, but I hear hair can be difficult to color.) Thank you for sharing at SOS again!

Janette said...

Gorgeous card, love the design...
Thanks for joining us at CraftyCatz this week.x

Cara said...

Such a striking birthday card. Thanks for joining us this week at Sweet Stampin'. Cara DT x

Marlies said...

A lovely birthday card with a very nice design. Thanks for joining our challenge at Addicted to Stamps. Marlies

Robin said...

Wonderful birthday card! I love the circle of ribbon! Hugs, Robin