Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Transport it!..


I do love Simon Says Stamp - the majority of my birthday goodies have been procured via SSS.

I also love their challenge blogs. This week I am entering the Wednesday Challenge - which has a theme of Transport It!

I decided to make use of scraps / offcuts that were on my desk..

The gingham paper was left over from another project, the hexagon stencil piece was made using modelling paste and glitter glue and is an offcut from a bigger piece. The blue paper was under my keyboard!! The bike was stamped onto a piece of a flyer and die-cut.

Here's a list of the things I used -
paper - recollections
die/stamp - hero arts
stencil - tim holtz
modelling paste - pebeo
glitter - papermania
sentiment die - wplus9

Totally overjoyed at my recycling / scrap using efforts of late. I love this card, the modelling paste / stencil piece, makes it a bit less twee..



  1. Nice one using all those scraps! I am loving your big sentiments lately, they are fantastic. I was just digging out that bicycle stamp and die set - we are totally aligned right now...

    1. ha ha we are in tune! Funnily, the sentiment isn't that big..maybe I should send it to you :)

  2. Ooh this is gorgeous Claire! what a fab design! I love the honeycomb embossing and the blue gingham matches the bike beautifully! :-))
    Hope you have a great week!
    Big hugs
    Sue xx

    1. Strangely Sue, I didn't realise how well the colours matched! Cx

  3. I've always loved the bike image from Hero Arts! I love how you paired up with the pattern paper and stenciled piece from the modeling paste! FABULOUS! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Transport It” Challenge! I am glad that you like SSS :) And thanks for stopping by my blog today, too!!!!

    1. Hey Virginia, I LOVE SSS. The bike is awesome and a very used piece of my kit. Cx

    2. Indeed! Hope to see you play SSS again :)

  4. Fab card Claire, I love the design and the honeycomb background, hugs Carole Z X


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