It’s challenge time with the “Crazies” over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. This week I finish off my turn as challenge hostess with one last challenge
Let's Twist Again like we did last summer! The focus this week is on the word twist ... Create some form of card that has a twist in it, it could be a twisted card, twisted easel card, Twist A Flex Card etc.
This year I have decided to give the BIG kids (adults) in my family iTunes cards for Easter instead of chocolate … ok they may get a little Easter egg with it. So I decided to create an Easter themed Twisted Card for the challenge today using MFT Stamps Doodle Garden Hunny Bunny.
Along the bottom of my card I added grass using the Die-namics Grassy Edges die and added some tiny eggs which were created using LJD Embellished Eggs and Die-namics LJD Easter Elements set. I white embossed the sentiment which is from LJD Embellished Eggs onto a piece of Blu Raspberry card which was cut using the Die-namics Fishtail Flags STAX .
The base of my card uses Tangy Orange card.
Here is the inside of my card.
On the left side of the inside I stamped the Easter sentiment from LJD Embellished Eggs using black licorice ink. I also added two of the eggs also from the LJD Embellished Eggs and Die-namics LJD Easter Elements set which have been stamped using Blu Raspberry Ink and Lemon Drop Ink.
I added a gift card to the pocket! Oh and for the observant ones … no that isn’t an iTunes card but this one match my colors better for the photos .
Here are the MFT Supplies I used on my card today:
Don't forget to check out the rest of the “Crazies” cards over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and also their individual blogs for more details.
|Stamps: Doodle Garden Hunny Bunny; LJD Embellished Eggs – MFT Stamps|
|Paper: Whip Cream (MFT); Blu Raspberry (MFT); Tangy Orange (MFT); Notable DP - MME|
|Die-namics: Easter Elements; Grassy Edges; Fish Tail Flags Stax – MFT Stamps|
|Other: Black Licorice Ink (MFT); Lemon Drop Ink (MFT); Blu Raspberry Ink (MFT); Versamark Ink; White Embossing Powder; ScorPal; Foam Tape; Copics|