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Boz Towers, Essex, United Kingdom
I'm a Red Hat Society member with a love of crafting of all sorts. A very proud mum to four fabulous children and Nan to six gorgeous grandchildren. I started work as a milliner and now have an abiding love of scrapbooking and card making.

The lovely people that drop by ~ thank you.

Tuesday 9 September 2014

Yay! OSAAT Time Again!

We've thrown open the doors at the One Stitch At A Time (OSAAT) challenge blog and we are all raring to go with lots of lovely new style challenges. 

We have made a few changes of how we are now running these challenges so please take a few minutes to read what is going on.

We are now going fortnightly, so on the first week we will have the new challenge which will run for two weeks.  On the second week we will post the winners from the previous challenge.   Instead of having the main prize for those who enter with a StitchyBear Digital Store item we are offering this to everybody and we will also be picking the Top 3 entrants instead of having a runner up.  The winners will have a new Top 3 badge for their blogs.  The main prize will be chosen by random generator so it is very fair to everybody and will be the monthly prize pack of 5 StitchyBear Digital Store items from a variety of our wonderful creators. You can see the prize on the OSAAT blog here  The Top 3 will be chosen by the Design Team who will be visiting all your blogs during the fortnight that the challenge runs.

Our themes from now on will be Anything Goes with a . . . . .  maybe a bow, or a button, maybe glitter or a die.  The something extra will be different for every challenge.  Be as creative as you can, it does not have to be a card, we love 3D models, boxes, altered items too, just remember to have the ‘with a . . . .’ on it.  Check out the blog as it will have all the info on there.

For my card this week I've used Floral Monogram Frame 2' by Floppy Latte. 

It's very Art Deco and made me think of Paris in the 20's. My background paper is from the Papemania Bookprint pad and I've used a kraft card as a foundation. The digital image was printed onto a piece of cream card and has been coloured with a mix of Promarkers and Copics.  The little die cut perfume bottle is from a stamp and die set by Sizzix/Graphic 45 that I managed to pick up in their sale, a proper bargain at the time. I've finished off with a wired ribbon bow and a little sentiment from the set. 


Mimi said...

Oh Jennie, you outdid yourself with this beautiful creation and as you say it really does have a very Art Deco feel so with your Parisian extras everything flows so well, just gorgeous. There, I promised I would leave you some blog love :) :) :) xxxxxx

Christine Harrop said...

A lovely image Jennie and your card is gorgeous!

Hugs Christine xx your OSAAT teamie.