Saturday, 18 February 2017

Little Footballer

I'm quite enjoying the new A5 X Cut honeycomb embossing folder I treated myself to.  I've used a scrap piece of card for the background and then layered it onto some black card from my stash.

The topper is from Lili of the Valley - it's one of the small squares so I've layered it onto some more black card and then added grass, using a Marianne Creatables die (it's actually icicles but upside down and in green it looks like grass!)

The sentiment is a retired Lili of the Valley rubber stamp and the number is a Cuttlebug die, layered onto an ebay die and another Cuttlebug die to get the right sized layers.

I'd like to enter the following:

Freshly Made Sketches:  Sketch followed
Crafter's Cafe:  No Red or Pink
Cute Card Thursday:  No Patterned Papers
Cardz 4 Guys:  No Patterned Papers
Crafty Cardmakers:  Add Some Texture


  1. Fabulous card, smart thinking on the grass - I like dies that will do double duty. So glad you joined us at the Crafters Café - come again, CarolG

  2. Love the hexagonal embossing with your footballer. Thank you for joining the Crafty Cardmakers challenge.

  3. I love the adorable boy image! Wonderful embossing on the card background too. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers for our 'Add Some Texture' challenge!
    Glenda - DT

  4. What a great idea to use your icicle die for the grass - a lovely design. Thanx for playing along at Cardz 4 Guyz.
    Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

  5. Fabulous card! Adorable image and such a fun little scene! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

  6. Love all the layers and different textures on your card. The little footballer is very cute, too ;o) Thank you for joining my "Add some Texture" challenge at the Crafty Cardmakers Blog! Happy crafting,

  7. Fun card, love the grass. Thanks for joining us at The Crafter's Cafe this fortnight for our "No Red or Pink" challenge.

  8. That background is just perfect for that image! Thanks for playing with us at the Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog.


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