Christening Card

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Afternoon everyone!

Another cold one today, we're expecting more snow but I don't know if we'll see too much of it.
I hope you all enjoyed St. Patrick's Day, I didn't do too much as I wasn't feeling too well, I think the bug that has been doing the rounds at work is trying it's best to catch me.  So even if I wasn't out enjoying myself, at least I was looking a little green. Lol!

So it's time for another challenge at the Creative Card Crew and for this fortnight we are being sponsored by the fabulous Scrapping Center






And they're offering a very generous €15 to spend in their store to one lucky winner!

So, the challenge for the next fortnight is...

Masculine!

I know a lot of people really do find this subject challenging (and not just in card form! lol) including me.
Here's what I did:




I made a Christening easel card.



I printed out the name of the new baby before stamping the LOTV Baby Christening image and I coloured it with the following copics: E21,13,00,0000,R20,E35,B95,93,91,C4,3,2,1,0,YG11
The font of the sentiment is called Ribbon Happy - it's spotty, which I thought went well with the ribbon I used.

I used my score board to score lines diagonally on the card of the front and the base.  I added some pearls to the corners which started life off in white but I used my B95 pen to colour them blue.
The ribbon is from the Ribbon Girl and the flowers are vintage ones that I got ages ago and I forget where.  The little cross is from my stash.
The well used (I've got my money's worth here!) Magnolia swirl die has been utilised again.



And finally, I made a box for it to fit into.



So pop over to the Creative Card Crew blog to check out what the rest of the DT did!

I'd like to enter my card in the following challenges:

4 Crafty Chicks; Clean and simple
Craft Your Passion; Ribbons or lace
Crafty Ribbons Challenge Blog; One for the boys
Daring Cardmakers; Make a cute angle
Delightful Challenges; One for the boys
One Stitch At A Time; No design papers
Stampin' For The Weekend; Childsplay
Totally Gorjuss; Something old (vintage flowers)
Totally Papercrafts; Easel cards

Thanks for looking!
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15 comments:

coops said...

so gorgeous sheena.beautiful embossing and design and i love the adorable image :D

xx coops xx

Lori said...

Love your CAS creation! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks this week :)

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

This is so pretty! Love the embossing on the pearl card it really highlights it. Thanks for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week hugs Susan x

Leanne said...

Thanks for playing our CAS challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks, nicely done!

Tamie said...

simply gorgeous! Love all of the little details. Thank you so much for sharing your fantabulous inspiration with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.

Hazel (Didos) said...

Ah this is so sweet, Great card, hope youare feeling better now, thanks for playing on Delightful Challenges this week, Love Hazelxox

~ginny said...

Welcome to the "Lace &/or Ribbon" Challenge... I love the choice of the shiny base card embossed! Nice background for your work. Good luck - and watch for the Craft Your Passion challenge again next Monday!
~ginny
CYP Design Team
http://ggetty.blogspot.com/

carol said...

ooh gorgeous card and box thanks for sharing with us at TPC this week, x carol

craftygranny said...

Aww this is so pretty i always liked that image . Thanks for sharing with us at Osaat . hugs trisha x

Jennie - The Crafty Wife said...

What a lovely keepsake you have created for a very special occasion. Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week. Jennie x

ScrappyHappyMommy said...

What a beautiful easel card. Thanks for joining us this week at CYP for our ribbon or lace challenge.

Anita
DT Craft Your Passion
http://scrappyhappymommy.blogspot.ca

Hazel said...

A beautiful Christening card, I bet they love it. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT. Hazel x

mixamatoasties said...

Simply gorgeous.

Thanks for sharing at TPC this week.

Susan

Tracey said...

Wow Sheena, this is stunning! I love the image and the blue you used. Such a fabulous job. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT, hope to see you back again soon.
Hugs, Tracey (DT)

Janice said...

What a delightful card. Great design and so pretty, Jx