Monday, 26 July 2010

CCCB Week 14- Sketch Challenge

Linda has given us a sketch to follow for this week's challenge at the City Crafter Challenge Blog,it can be any colour and any theme.
I've had a design in my head all week for this challenge but just haven't had that much time to spend in my craft room.Today is the last day to enter this challenge I so got up this morning and before I did anything else I made the card that's been in my head for the last 6 days!
The dressmakers pattern paper is from Making Memories Vintage Findings which I sewed around the edge,all the other papers are Cosmo Cricket Material Girl.I used my Nesties to cut the scalloped squares and straight edge squares and added some Jenni Bowlin buttons.The tape measure is Material Girl PP which I cut out and rolled to give the look of a real one.

The vintage cotton reel was a free download from Craft Stamper Magazine, I stamped The Girls Paperie dressmakers dummy onto Material Girl PP and cut around and used foam pads to raise it off the card.

Back Soon
xxxxDebxxxx

9 comments:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is so super cute Deb, love those embellishment, they look so really, especially the measuring tape. I am glad you made it in time for CCCB this week!

Linda Robinson said...

This is sew Cute. He he.. It really is adorable. Love all your embelli's.. Thanks for playing along this week at CCCB!

Ros said...

Terrific again Deb ... love all of this .. Thanks for joining us at CCCB

Cheryl Nelson said...

Love, love, LOVE this in every way!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!

Candace said...

Really beautiful card Deb and love the new look blog Candace x

Lea said...

Oh, super cute Deb!!!

Sylvia said...

Congratulations!

Juls said...

I can not begin to tell you how much I love this...I love the manakin, and the detail you have done with the thread is superb!!! utterly amazing!! I love it! Hugs Juls

Shirl said...

Wow just love all that sewing on the card very very clever.

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