Friday, March 19, 2021

Keep on Swimming ~ Reveal Wheel Cards


 

Har vært litt stille her på bloggen... Helsa og energien til å lage ting har vært helt på bunn... Men nå har jeg fått hjem 'bestemorsstolen' min (god ergonomisk arbeidstol arvet fra ho bestemor) og etter scrappetreffet jeg var på forrige helg har mojoen kommet tilbake føler jeg! Det var online selvfølgelig, i regi av Scrappesyken på FB. Så moro!

Kortene mine idag er DT bidrag hos Creative Fingers #204. Vi blir sponset av vår egen DT Angelique, med et flott clearstamps sett! Som alltid har vi et 'Lag-hva-du-vil' tema, og velkommen skal du være :)

http://creativefingerschallengeblog.blogspot.no/

 


I added this snippet on youtube of the reveal wheel effect :)

 

 
So its been quiet around here... my health and mojo have been very low, but with getting my 'grandma-chair' (inherited ergonomic chair) back from repair, and a bunch of new extremely fun dies, I feel up to making again. In fact last weekend I made several cards and some ATC's during an online craft-event with 50+ other norwegian crafters. Those creations I'll be putting in another blogpost soon :)

Theese Keep on Swimming cards were SO much fun to create, with the interactive die set called 'Reveal wheel' from Lawn Fawn. 

They are my DT inspiration for this fortnights challenge #204. at Creative Fingers, and we're sponsored by our own DT Angelique this time with a gorgeous clearstamp set. As always it is an 'Anything goes theme', and you are more than welcome to join with your creations ♥..

 

 
I enter my cards in theese fab Challenges: [Ends on]
As you like it ~ Favourite way to cut an image & Why:
Fussycutting ~ because it is relaxing to just sit n cut, u have control over how much or how little of the white edge shows ~ and also because I prefer to use my money on other stuff than co-ordinating dies - except for special kinds of dies that is interactive or that comes in handy for the set. [March 24th.]
TIME OUT #183. ~ Different: doing interactive cards is kinda differerent from what I normally would do, and the aquariums. They're not something I would have at all. Looks cute on a card though!
[March 24th.]
Word Art Wednesdays #483-484. ~ AG w. words [March 30th.]
2 Crafty Critter Crazies #48. ~ AG w. Critter [March 25th.]
Crafts Galore Encore #85. ~ Always AG
[
March 30th.]
Pammie's Inky Pinkies #2111. ~ AG [March 21th.]
Allsorts #week 615. ~ Stamped image(s)! [March 19th.]
Colour Crazy Craft #week 11. ~ AG
[
April 1st.]


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inside detail

 


Stamps/Images: Lawn Fawn 'Keep on Swimming' Clear Stamps.
Papers: I prefer Canson Montvale aquarelle paper (200 g/m coldpressed) for my motifs. Bazzill cardstock. Plain white cardstock. Designerpapers from Kaisercraft - Bow & Arrow collection 'Sunrise'. Panduro Hobby - Basic Patterns 'Cream Circle'. Lawn Fawn - Petite paper pack 6x6 'Into the woods'. Disney - Winnie the pooh notebook sheets.
Embellishments: ...
Tools: I always use my Scor-Pal to score & fold my cards. My distress tools from Ranger Ink is always in use ~ Tim Holtz® Mini Ink Round Blending Tool & the Inkssentials Ink Blending Tool and Foams. EK Success® Whale Of A Punch 'Large Circle 1.75'. Panduro Hobby scalpel and self healing mat.
Stencils/Embossingfolders: ...
Dies: Lawn Fawn cuts 'Reveal Wheel', 'Stitched Trails', 'Reveal Wheel Arc Frame Add-On' & 'Reveal Wheel Keep on Swimming Add-On'. Crafts Too Presscut 'Circle Nesting Dies PCD46'.
Essentials/Adhesives: Bonefolder. Gluedots.
High-Tack adhesive tape  Sookwang Scor-Pal tape &/or Red tape. 3D foam/mosegummi. Rangers Glossy accents. Tonic Studios Nuvo Jewel drops 'Orange Marmalade' & 'Sea breeze'. Nuvo Aqua shimmer brush 'Midas touch'.

back of the cards

Techniques/Mediums: I used misc. Tim Holtz Distress Ink pads & markers to watercolor and distress image and papers, as well as Derwent Inktense & Bruynzeel watercolor pencils. To heat emboss I used a Versamark inkpad, a heat gun tool & clear embossingpowder.

6 comments:

  1. This is just adorable, so cute! Thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge this week.

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  2. Glad you got your mojo back and this is such a sweet card. Love the interactive side to it and how cute is that cat! Super scene you created too. Thanks for joining Time Out x

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  3. How fun!!! Love so much the idea of the reveal wheel, and that kitty looking at the fish swimming in the bauble really makes me smile! Amazing colouring as always!!

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  4. Very fun card - I love the interactive element that makes the fish disappear and reappear - it must drive the cat crazy!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at TIME OUT!

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  5. What a fun card. Thank you so much for sharing at Colour Crazy challenge. Sarah DT

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