Hi and good morning! Just want to let you know that it's time for a new challenge over at The Paper Shelter today. Our theme is set to "It's a celebration". We have our 200 challenge up, not counting our special bloghops and other special challenges. So cards that celebrates something is all good for this week: wedding, birthdays, retirement etc.
For my card this week I returned to an old favourite of mine, My racing Car. This little chap always make me smile and feel better. And even if my craftroom is well not ready so at least a little bit useful have I still used the NitWit/LOTV dps up and way pad. It's lovely "bright" pastels which went great with the colours of my card this time. Everything looks a bit yellow in this picture but it's bright turquise IRL. I have followed the sketch from Everbody Art Challenge with is really lovely and a very useful. I for sure will use it again.
I have used a net and some paper string to decorate the card and be one of the layers in the sketch. I have used a car charm to pick up the theme and a wooden arrow to point out the direction of the car's way. A few bright buttons finish off the whole thing. The sentiment just says "Happy Birthday" in Swedish.
My teamies has done a brilliant job with this challenge to celebrate our 200 challenge. You are in for a treat visiting the The Paper Shelter blog. I hope you will all come and join us for our celebration this week!
As always we have a gift voucher worth $30 up for grabs if you play with any TPS product. Playing with another brand gives you the chance of winning three (3) digis of your choice. There is tons of fabby images to choose between and you are sure to find something that will suit you.
Love n hugs for now
Challenges for this card
Everybody art challenge - sketch
TTCRD - Anything goes
Love to scrap - Anything goes
The cutie pie challenges - All about the boys
Crafting from the heart - Anything goes
Papertake weekly - Cute as a button
Paperminute challenges - Wood (the arrow is made out of wood)
Top Tip Tuesday - Three of something (buttons)