Thursday, 15 October 2015

Beautiful Dreamer

Hello.  Welcome.  Mark's Finest Papers have challenged us to use three panels.  So I took a tiger, a piece of red bazzill which I distressed and a sentiment from Rubber Dance Stamps and it all came together like this

I stamped and embossed the tiger from MFP's Tigers set on Basic Grey paper.  The distressed bazzill was cut in three and added to a black base card.  I stamped and embossed the sentiment from Rubber Dance Happy Birthday set on vellum, then mounted on a black panel.  

Joining the fun at
Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge 283 - Use 3 Panels 
TCPTUES301 - Anything Goes Challenge 
Stamplorations October Challenge - Theme  Favourite colour combo red and black
Country View Challenge 32 - Add Some Texture
As You Like It Challenge - Monochrome or Colour?  ooh, definately colours.  Bold and bright please. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. This is Awesome........Thanks for sharing at MFP SFF..........Lis

  2. Love the red panels paired with the fussy cut image. Fabulous card. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Speedy Fox Friends Challenge.

  3. What a great mix of images and texture. Thanks for playing along with us at TCP Tuesday! Brenda

  4. Love the red background against the tiger. Thank you for joining The Cat's Pajamas TCP Tuesday challenge.

  5. This is a lovely bold design and I love the striking colour combo you used - thanks for joining in our challenge at As You Like It!
    Hugs, Kat x

  6. Ooh, it's a wild thing, fabulous image and love the strong colors and the texture on the paper. Thank you for joining STAMPlorations October challenge, hope to see you back soon.


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