Brrrrr its gone so cold over the last few weeks, I don't mind the cold & snow just hate the rain....makes my poor bones so achy! The one thing I do love about Autumn tho, is the changing of the leaves. The colours are stunning, I love a good walk in the woods this time of year. But not when its wet & cold like it is now :(
Anyhoos on with why I'm really here lol!
It's the start of a new challenge over at My Time To Craft, where this week we want you to...
We want your backing papers to look like a quilt, you can use any shape you like. I decided on a hexagon as I remember my Nan making my doll a quilt with hexagons on when I was little.
Challenges I Would Like To Enter
Fetch A Sketch- great sketch
365 cards- starting with S (stitching, sewing, sewing machine)
Card Crafters Circle- cute cards
Sister Act Cards- anything goes
Crafty Little Fairies- for the one you love
Image & Colouring Medium
Image- 'Stitched With Love' Makey Bakey Mice from Natalie & Amy's
Derwent Inktense pencils
Mouses- red oxide & oak
Sewing machine- deep indigo, deep blue, charcoal grey & sienna gold
Cotton reel- oak, saddle brown & Indian ink
Dress form- mustard, amber, dark chocolate & saddle brown
Table- oak & tan
Material- Indian ink, peacock blue & chilli red
Papers & Embellishments
DP- 'Boofle' 12 x 12 stack by Docrafts
Sentiment- 'Stitched With Love' Makey Bakey Mice from Natalie & Amy's
My stash- blue card
Tools & Glues
Collall all purpose glue from Natalie & Amy's
6" square card blank from Natalie & Amy's
Stick It! 3D foam pads from Natalie & Amy's
'Hexagons' cut on my Ecraft using pre-loaded shape
'Circle' die cuts by X-cut 503416
We are also having a DT call, we need 5ish people to join our team, if you are interested please pop over here & read the details on what is required. Then if your still interested it would be great if you could enter!!
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you will join us this week, I had loads of fun making this card & deciding what shape to use.....make sure you pop over to the main MTTC challenge blog to see what different shapes the girls have used!