Friday, 25 January 2013

Texting Teen - part two


Matching the card I made in the last post is this money wallet - all ready for a crisp note to be added for my nephew's birthday present.

Again using an image called 'Connected' from Phindy's Place, I coloured this slightly larger & cropped version with my Promarkers at the same time as I coloured the image for the card to ensure that all the colours matched beautifully. As before, I made the frame & multiplicity of other cut-files using my Cameo.

Whilst I then didn't follow the same sketch but 'did my own thing', I did of course use the same set of papers (a combo of Karen Diamond, Queen Bee & LdyMcbeth) & colours so the two items coordinated to make a 2-part set. The t-shirt was similarly paper-pieced & as I was very careful about sizing, I managed to get pattern to scale up perfectly - again, probably says more about me being pernickety rather than a necessity. I don't suppose that my nephew would bother whether it matches or not, let alone anyone else. LOL. As both the card & wallet were constructed at the same time, I had luckily managed to heat emboss a couple of the arrow embellishments before the heat gun found itself consigned to the bin. So annoying when something refuses to work all of a sudden! So on the whole the embossed elements are not as many as they might have been - but these things are sent to try us.

Wallet opened out. Semi-circular cuts to keep the money safe from slipping out - hopefully!
All the layers were popped onto a card base I made with appropriate semi-circular cuts to house the money (thanks to my Cameo again). Not sure how well they show up for you in the photo thanks to the lack of good daylight these wintery days, so you may need to squint at it a little. LOL.

That's it for today then. Another project bites the dust. Which to start next...? So much to do & no time to do it in! LOL.

Thanks for popping by and thanks too for commenting as I appreciate how long it can take at times.

Tine :)

Challenges:
Craft Your Passion - use teal as your main colour
Gem of a Challenge - embossing, wet or dry
Penny's - embossing, wet or dry
Totally Stampalicious - paper piecing
Simon Says Stamps - paper piecing
Ladybug Crafts - anything but a card
Use Your Stuff - birthday
Stamp 'n' Doodle - boy's/male birthday
Emerald Faerie - celebration
Inky Impressions - celebrate
Lady Anne's - (use a stamp) +anything goes
Paper Shelter - anything goes
Through the Craftroom Door - anything goes
DigiStamps4Joy - anything goes
I ♥ Promarkers - anything goes
Eureka - anything goes
SimplyCreateToo - anything goes (2nd entry)
Crafter's Cafe - anything goes.

24 comments:

  1. Oh I just love this image, I could use this over and over again *laughing* love the way you have coloured him too. Thank you for sharing with us at Lady Anne's Challenges. I hope we see you again soon.
    Love ~ Lady Anne xx
    Lady Anne's Challenges

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  2. Another great design and your coloring is art. Thanks for sharing.xxx-Debbie

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  3. Great male card... I really struggle with these! Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge for our embossing challenge!
    Hugs xx Cara xx DT

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  4. A great card a very modern theme. Outstanding colouring.Congrats Tine.

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  5. what beautiful shading on your coloring. this is a great image. love your work.

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  6. Now I'm not sure which I like better? More excellent colouring too. Thanks for joining us on the use your stuff blog. :)
    This is one of my favourites.

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  7. Great job on the coloring! And a great card for a teen! Ty for sharing with us @ Simply Create Too!

    Amanda
    SCTDT
    cricktncrafts.blogspot.com

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  8. This is so beautifully designed. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Digistamps4Joy DT Member}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  9. Another great creation using this image and colour combo.The matching money wallet is such a great idea and glad I got to comment on this too.Thanks for joining us again at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see you again next week :D
    Lisa x

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  10. Hi Tine,
    Another great card, perfect image for a teen too. Love the cut work too, love my Cameo too..... lol, thanks for joining us at I ♥ ProMarkers.
    xx

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  11. So glad you joined us this month at The Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog! Hope to see you again next month! Just as an FYI - We are doing a DT Call...
    Hugs,
    Karen C (DT coordinator)

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  12. What a great idea for a project to accompany your card. I really like those arrows and the frame around the image. Thanks for joining our Teal challenge at Craft Your Passion Challenges.

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  13. This is great that you made a matching wallet. Thanks for joining us for challenge #12 at The Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog. See you again soon! Patti

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  14. Very creative! It is hard to do a "guy" card but you nailed it! Thanks much for entering Emerald Faeries Challenge this month. See you again soon!
    Manderly
    xxxooo

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  15. A neat card!!! Thanks for participating in our PENNY'S PAPER-CRAFTY challenge!!

    ~DEANNE~

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  16. Great boy's card and I love the image you've used.

    Thanks for joining us at Penny's.

    Helen x

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  17. Fabulous guy card! I know what you mean about having so many projects and not enough time! Thanks for sharing at TTCRD!
    Hugz,
    Roxann

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  18. Hi Tine - I love your posts as you describe everything you do - I always pick up a bit that I didn't know how to do and walk away with some shred of inspiration. Thanks for taking time to "hop" on over and to comment even!

    Hope your week is wonderful,
    Hugs,
    Barb

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  19. What a great masculine card Barb! Thanks for joining in the fun at The Paper Shelter this week, good luck in the draw, XOX Lucy

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  20. FAB card for a guy..perfect colors and awesome layout.

    xo
    Judy

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  21. Fabulous masculine card Tine, great colours and layout. Thank you for stopping by my blog to leave a comment :).

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  22. Great young man's card.Thanks for joining us for Lady Anne's Stamp Challenge.

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  23. Perfect card for a teen boy! Thanks for joining us at Digistamps4Joy.

    Angela B.(DT Member)

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  24. Your cards are awesome, you are a very talented lady.

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