Saturday, 19 January 2013

You Can't Rewind Life

This snow is at least giving me plenty of time for crafting and I'm loving it. Going through my birthday book and getting a good start on all the birthdays coming up. My daughter is away at university and this card is for one of her house mates who is 21 soon. They are studing music and education and both play piano so this digi from KennyK was just right.

I have used copics to colour the image and used a spellbinders die to showcase her on. Its very hard to see but the backing paper actually has music manuscript on it. The digi is called Tori famous. This is the first time I have used her but definitely wont be the last.



The sentiment stamp is from Inkadinkado and thought it went well as they are having such a great time at university.
I decided to create a tri-fold card and cut the 21 using some chipboard templates. I embossed some white card with a Happy birthday embossing folder and matted and layered the sides. I made the flowes using my new Petal Posie die and added some pearls and gems. Finally I added a happy Birthday sentiment.
I am entering this in the following challenges -
drsdesignsblog/challenge-56-trifold-cards
daringcardmakers/embossability
totallypapercrafts/its-embossing-time
audsentiments/bingo-flowers/embossing/you
cachallenge/embossing-folders
movingalongwiththetimes/its-birthday-card-time
emeraldfaeries/challenge-39-celebration
ooh-la-la-creations/happy-birthday-challenge-121

15 comments:

Paper Paradise said...

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.... Love the tri-fold card Sue. And look at all the challenges you have entered it into. Hope you get 'picked of of the bag' for a prize! It was great to see you the other day. x

Helen said...

Love this one. Great layout and very appropriate image. Glad you're enjoying the snow xx

Kathy said...

Such a fun and clever card!
Thanks for joining in with The Daring Cardmakers' "Embossability" challenge this week

Shelia said...

What a great card for your daughter's friend! That image is perfect & your coloring is too! Thanks for playing along with us at DRS Designs.

Chris x said...

Hello Susie
It's Chris here from TOTALLY PAPERCRAFTS. Thanks for entering your wonderful card for our challenge. I love this stamp, the embossed front,in factt the whole card is a delight.
Hugs xxx

Lisbeths kort og scrap said...

Thanks for sharing this great card with us at Ooh La La. I love both the folding, the colours and colouring. Wonderful birthdaycard! Hugs from Lisbeth

Valou ALLARD said...

Very beautiful card! I like a lot your image! thanks for playing with MAWTT this week and good luck!

Sharon (glitterangel) said...

Beautiful card, I love the layout. Thanks for joining in with the Daring Cardmakers this week x

Sherri Thacker said...

What a fun card! My daughter turns 21 in June too! Thanks for entering the Aud Sentiments challenge.

Lythan said...

I love the way you have done this card. I have that embossing folder and struggle to use it so this is a great inspiration. Thanks for embossing along with Daring Cardmakers this week:)

Debbie said...

Hi Susie....Love your fabulous card.
Good Luck with all the challenges you have entered. In answer to your question...Hardanger is a form of cut thread work....involves embroidery and then removing certain threads to create patterns. If I finish my pieces.....that's 'IF' I'll pop it on my blog and give you the nod.
Hugs Debbie x

Jennifer E. said...

What a great card! Love the 21 split across the opening! Thanks for playing with us at DRS Designs! Good Luck!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Wonderful trifold card! Love the images and big numbers on your "doors'. thanks so much for playing the DRS Designs trifold challenge.

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

What a beautiful card you have made. Thank you for taking part in the Aud Sentiments Challenge this fortnight and I wish you the best of luck in the draw. Best wishes, Kym (Aud Sentiments Design Team Member) xxx

Leslie said...

This is awesome! Thanks so much for playing with us in the Aud Sentiments Bingo Challenge!
Hugs,
Leslie, DT
http://leslieturner58.blogspot.com