Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Time to go Back to School

I made this back-to-school card for my 12-year-old niece.  This kitty looks like she just woke up - my niece likes to sleep too so it might be hard for her to think about the alarm clock going off in September.  I hope she likes this card.


I started with a white card base, which I covered with brown cardstock.  Next I affixed the clock/numbers patterned paper, onto which I stamped a Hero Arts watch face in brown.  Then I stamped the watch face again on vellum, die-cut into a circle, and affixed to the card.  The cute cat image is one of Two Kittens by Barb Jensen Designs at Stitchy Bear's Digi Outlet.  I coloured it with pencils, rounded the corners, mounted on brown cardstock, rounded the corners, added a punched apple, and affixed to the card with foam tape.  I created the sentiment with a label maker and then finished off the card by adding several brown gems.   Here are the supplies used:
  • Digistamp:  Described above
  • Stamp:  Hero Arts B4378 Small Watch Face
  • Ink:  StazOn Timber Brown
  • Patterned paper:  Unknown/unmarked
  • Cardstock:  Recollections
  • Coloured Pencils:  Prismacolor
  • Label maker:  Dymo
  • Die:  Nellie's Multiframes Circles
  • Punches:  Apple - Michaels, Corner Rounder - Creative Memories
  • Vellum, gems:  Dollar store
I would like to enter the following challenges:
A Blog Named Hero #30 Victorious Vellum (must use HA product) UE C5
Fairies Challenge Blog #11 Back to School UE
One Stitch at a Time #177 Back to School (# used a Stitchy Bear image) 3E #1
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Back to School 5E #1
Whoopsidaisy Back to School UE

A Blog Named Hero

Thank you for looking at my card!  I enjoy reading your comments - have a wonderful day of crafting!

11 comments:

  1. Fabulous card - love the image!

    Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week, and good luck!

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  2. I love that you stamped the clock face on vellum as well as on the card itself. And that cat is too cute.

    Thanks for playing along at A Blog Named Hero!

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  3. I like the Dymo label maker sentiment. I have one of these Dymo from younger days but do not know if I have any of the stuff to put into it to make labels. Do they make the stuff anymore?
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  4. Oh Kitty, I smile each time I visit, this is a brilliant card, and your niece is going to love it, love the Dymo tape sentiment, so clever, love when "thinking outside the box" works, love and hugs hun xx

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  5. Well, I woke up reluctantly this morning and whist trying to get myself together decided to take a moment or two to browse my favourite site (OSAAT). I was uplifted when I saw you had entered your card because cats are my passion too. Reading your 'story' gave me a big smile as I do remember those days - waking teenagers for school, and the lovely image inspired me to pull myself together and get going. I hope your neice appreciates your thoughtful card because I certainly do. Thank you for reenergising me :-) Good luck in our challenge. Ingrid xx (OSAAT Team)

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  6. This is such a cute card! You colored the kitty beautifully and I love the little apple next to the image! The clock patterned paper is very fun too!

    Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog!
    Laura :)

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  7. Such a lovely card. Thanks for playing with us at WhoopsiDaisy. Hugs...Mona

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  8. Gorgeous card
    Thanks for joining in at One Stitch At A Time this week
    Hugs katie x

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  9. Very lovely card. Thanks for playing with us at OSAAT.
    DT Nataliya

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  10. What a brill card

    Thanks for joining us at fariires challenge
    Tracey dt

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  11. I love this card! That kitty is so adorable. Thank you for joining us at the Fairies challenge blog.

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