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Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Week 10 At "Anything Goes" the theme is folds

This weeks challenge over at Anything Goes is "Folds". I have made my stepper card on my Hougie Board which can be purchased from the Craft Den and is just amazing and so versatile.

The image and papers are adorable and are this months free papers in Creative Cardmaking which yes you've guessed it is also available from the Craft Den.


To go with the baby theme I have added a beautiful feather, two gorgeous pins and flowers.

The side view also shows the beautiful swirl/flourish punch which I think is an EK Success!

This view shows the flowers which I edged in stickles and an ek success foliage punch.

This is this months Creative Magazine with the most beautiful NitWit collection papers and some beautiful projects in!




9 comments:

Debbie Dolphin said...

wow soooo beautiful !! so pretty and stunning
love debbie xxxx

Gina said...

This card is adorable Chanelle :D Thanks for your lovely comments XXX

sandra said...

Hi Chanelle. Beautiful card, very cute teddy. loving the pink feather and the pins. The Magazine looks interesting. Love Sandra x

April Rose said...

Wow, this is gorgeous, I've never seen a stairstep card with three sections! Fabulous work! The bear is adorable, and I love the pink papers!
Hugs,
April

Lynne said...

Beautiful card Chanelle, love all the embellies and the feather. Fits the challenge perfectly.and all for free! lol See you tomorrow Love Lynne xx

CraftyC said...

Gorgeous card Chanelle, so very sweet and girly!
Clairex

Lau W said...

So adorable ! your card is a beauty !
xxx

gina g said...

Hi Chanelle this is so very beautiful. luv gina xx

Janie Printz said...

Gorgeous little card. Love the design& & colors but what are Nitwit papers ??? I think they must be digi papers but how do you get them & use them ??? I'm still from the old school where you have to drive 50 miles to buy that one sheet of DP & then come home & find you already have it ... I NEED to figure out this new Digi thing & am open to suggestions ...
Hugs, Janie