Thursday 4 June 2015

Still TIME to join in at TIME OUT Challenges!


There is still TIME to join in at TIME OUT Challenges. This fortnight is a CASE challenge, with your own twist. This month we have an awesome muse, Deepti from Dee's Art Utopia.

Along with having an awesome muse to CASE, Deepti is giving an awesome prize away for this challenge. You may or may not know that Deepti has designed her first stamp set and it is for sale HERE through Stamplorations. Though you have the chance to WIN a set by joining in on the challenge :)

Here is Deepti's card we are CASEing...

And here how I was inspired...

Again I used a combination of Uniko stamps to create my card. I was again inspired by the gingham effect on Deepti's card and recreated this on the lower section of my card using Background Builders: Squared (Back in stock June 11th) and Background Builders: Vines. I used my new (to me) Mama Elephant dies to create the curved black panel which is adhered using foam adhesive and has a stamped sentiment from A Gift For You.

Ok, that's all from me today, but there is much more inspiration over at TIME OUT Challenges. This fortnight we have a lovely guest designer joining us, Maura, be sure to stop by Maura s Splitcoast Stampers Page HERE to see how she was inspired by the photo and of course the FABulous TIME OUT Challenges Design Team.

For all the info and to link up your challenge be sure to stop by the TIME OUT Challenges blog. I look forward to seeing your creations :) I'll be back soon with more to share, until then, thank you for stopping by today.


  1. just love how you have used the Uniko stamps to make the patterned paper design again-must have taken ages bit well worth it x

  2. Wow! Simply awesome Bev. Love how you've fussy cut those stamps to create that stunning gingham pattern! It's gorgeous. X

  3. Again this looks so great! And that die is one I think you will use often... Hugs, Gerrina

  4. Those squares and flowers are a fantastic take on the patterned paper - really clever design, Bev!

  5. What awesome stamping, Bev ... and I love that sweeping curve of the bold black ... very dramatic! Anita :)

  6. This is superb! Love the dimension created by those images. Love this one too :D


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