Wednesday, 20 January 2016

The Young Ones


     Welcome to another challenge at The Male Room, this time we are looking for projects for the Young Ones - Babies and Little Boys.
     I have always loved this rhyme so when I got to play with John Lockwood's new stamp set 'Monday's Child' I thought it would be perfect for this challenge.
     I began by covering the card blank with some gingham backing paper from MHK Designs, the sky blue option matches perfectly with Distress Ink Broken China. Using a Spellbinder die I cut the square from white card stock. I stamped the rhyme in Archival Ink Cobalt in the centre and then before removing the die inked around the frame with Broken China. The frame is mounted on thin foam pads to give a little height.
     Both the larger Saturday's Child and the tractor were stamped in Cobalt blue and fussy cut. The tractor comes from an old Woodware set of vehicles, both are coloured with a wet brush and a little Broken China taken from my craft mat. The fussy cuts are mounted on thin foam pads over the frame.
     The beauty of this stamp set is it can be used for either sex at almost any age making it value for money. I shall make further use of it in my scrapbooking and it might even get used to create framed photographs as gifts for Grandparents.
     Please come and join us at The Male Room with your masculine creations, we also have a host of inspiration for you just incase you should need it.
   

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Cardz 4 Guyz - Blue is the colour
Crafting From The Heart - Anything goes
Craft Your Passion - Anything Goes

7 comments:

  1. This card is so beautiful! Love that ornate frame you chose for the sentiment and that little tractor is too cute!

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  2. love that frame, and delicated colours!! Nice!
    Thank you for play on Craft your passion
    Veronica

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  3. Rocky - this is fantastic! I've always loved that poem and making it centre stage is perfect. The soft gingham is just perfect to go with it. BTW - what spellbinder die is that? It's fab! xx

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  4. Love this card, fabulous poem and beautifully framed with the die cut

    Thanks for joining us at cardz4guyz this week

    Joan

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  5. I've always loved this verse too and can see the endless possibilities of this stamp set. Great idea to use it with scrapbooking, will have to add it to my wishlist.

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  6. What a great card.Love this poem and the extra stamped pieces you've added.Such a lovely colour too.Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see you again next week.
    Lisa x

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