Hi crafty people, I hope you are doing well. It’s been a misty and wet weekend in Scotland which is perfect crafting weather! Today I am sharing a card I made for the Freshly Made Sketches Challenge (number 439).
I decided to use another die cut from a recent swap I took part in, a square with circles around the edge. I layered it with a square of lilac patterned card from my stash of left over bits and pieces! I stamped and coloured one of my favourite cuties from the Rhino Rascals stamp set by Tracey Hey. The sentiment I’m using comes from a Marianne Design set.
I added some tattered rose distress ink to the centre of the white panel and die cut a little scribble circle die in a pale lilac vellum.
I added the cute rhino and sentiment and a few nuvo jewel drops (pale periwinkle and steel blue) to complete the card.
I think my favourite thing is those little mouse slippers, every rhino needs some spotty mouse slippers I think! I hope you are all safe and well.
Jenny (AKA the Ginger Ninja!) xx
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Hi crafty people! I’m back today to share with you the new challenge at Aud Sentiments and the focus for this one is to make a masculine themed card with a sentiment!
This time we are sponsored by Doctor Digi House of Stamps, an absolute favourite of mine.
I was delighted to be gifted the fabulous Captain Thunderpants ! I coloured him in using watercolour pencils and a gold gel pen before fussy cutting him out.
I also used the Blam Backing Papers and the Comic Sentiments Sheet also from Dr Digi. I coloured one of the Happy Birthday sentiments and layered it up on blue, yellow and red card. Then I added a stamped sentiment from Clearly Besotted’s Happy Birthday LOL stamp set. I heat embossed it in gold before adding to the card front. I added the Happy Birthday and Captain Thunderpants by using 3d pads to add some dimension.
I hope you like my card and that you will join in the challenge with a card for a man or boy. You have until the 11th of May.
Thanks for visiting the Ginger Ninja Crafts blog, I hope you will say hello in the comments.
I am very grateful to have received Dancing Squirrel from Fabrika Fantasy for this project and this is such a cute image to work with. I printed my image out and coloured it with alcohol pens (I’ve got a mix of different brands to work with!) and then I fussy cut the image.
I decided to make a gatefold card so I cut a scalloped circle and a embossed a mat for it with a leaf embossing folder. I added some patterned paper to the front to make it a bit more festive and then a couple of die cut balloons and the sentiment.
I wanted to make the inside a bit more interesting too so I can added some patterned paper with a white square and then a little bunch of balloons .
So I hope you will join us in celebrating our birthday and enter your birthday themed projects. I’d like to say a big thanks to Julie who does all the work behind the Aud Sentiments Challenge and keeps us all on track. I think the 10th birthday is a huge achievement!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog, I hope you will say hi in the comments, it always makes my day 🙂
Hi crafty people! I hope you are having a great week. It’s such a hectic time of year that I’ve hardly been on my blog and I’m missing it. I’m hoping to get a bit of time later today with a cuppa to read through some blog posts and see what everyone has been up to.
I’m here to share my contribution to the new Aud Sentiments Challenge which is to create a winter or Christmas themed project with a sentiment.
The sponsor for this challenge is Digi Doodle Studios who have a gorgeous range of digital stamps and they kindly gifted the DT members a stamp to use for the challenge.
I made an easel card with some starry paper and a few gold gems to add a little extra sparkle. I hope you will enter the challenge, it’s open for a little longer because of the holidays season so you have until the 6th of January next year!
Happy Monday crafty people! I can’t believe we are starting another week. How was your weekend? We had a lovely weekend away in Pitlochry. Here are a few pictures from our travels. We went up to visit the Enchanted Forest for the 6th year in a row. It was amazing as ever and the theme this time was Cosmos. We also enjoyed watching South Africa win the Rugby World Cup and enjoying some beautiful autumnal scenery, good food and some whisky tasting!
Today I am sharing my entry for the Cardz 4 Guyz challenge 231, with the theme of food or drink. I made this card last week for my husband. The patterned paper and sentiment came from Doctor Digi’s House of Stamps. I added a pint of frothy beer which I die cut and added some detail with alcohol ink.
I hope that you like my card and that you have a great start to your week. I would also like to enter my card in the following challenges:
Happy Friday! But in the mean time I’m back with another cat project for the Cat Lovers Hop. If you are looking for more information on this fun blog hop check out Janis at Her Peaceful Garden, she has put in so much work to make this such a great week.
Happy world card making day! I hope you find some crafty time to celebrate! Today I’m sharing a Christmas card I made inspired by the Fusion Card Challenge. I used the sketch but not the theme for this one.
I bought the recent Simply Cards and Papercraft Magazine which came with a cute gift including a cheeky robin and winter foliage dies which I used for this project.
I would also like to enter this card in the following challenges:
There’s a new challenge up today at the Alphabet Challenge and we are now on N for naughty! This was a fun prompt and it was the perfect excuse to use this bugaboo digital stamp that I purchased recently!
I coloured him with pencils before fussy cutting the image out. I had some snowy scenes in my paper stash so I used that as a background and added the snowflake trim down the side before adding the image and sentiment. The finishing touch was some pale blue gems at the bottom corner and one in each of the snowflakes down the side.
Have you earned a place on the naughty list for this year?!
Thanks so much for visiting the blog, I hope you will enter the challenge, I can’t wait to see all your “naughty” cards!
Hi crafty people! I hope you are having a wonderful week? Today there is a new challenge kicking off at the Aud Sentiments Challenge. The theme is autumn or fall and of course to include a sentiment! The challenge finishes up on the 16th of September so you have plenty of time to get crafty!
This time we have been sponsored by The Paper Shelter and as a design team member I was so lucky to be gifted a beautiful image to work with. The digi stamp I used is Autumn Enchantment and it’s a beauty! I absolutely love autumn as a theme for crafting so this was a treat to make.
I used a Sue Wilson Creative Expressions die to cut the frame to go behind this pretty autumn fairy. I cut some leaves from card that I had inked up in some autumn colours with distress oxide inks. The quote was part of a magazine gift stamp set last year. I coloured my image with alcohol inks and then fussy cut her out before adding her to the card.
I hope you will join us for the challenge, there are some beautiful projects over on the blog from my fellow design team members to give you some inspiration. Thanks so much for visiting the Ginger Ninja Crafts blog. Have a fab day.
Happy Thursday crafty people! I hope your week is going well. I’m getting an overdue haircut today and getting my grey hairs covered up! Before I head off to be pampered I thought I would share another Christmas card I’ve been working on.