Monday, 20 April 2009

Cuttlebug Challenge – be Inspired #27 - Numbers

Well, it’s the start of a new week and just as I was hoping to get back to some serious crafting, I hear that my insurance company has given the go-a head for the work to be done after the flood and the decorator is starting on Thursday.
This means that I have to clear the room of all the furniture ready for them and store it in my bedroom and in here, which won’t leave my any room to work.

Added to that I have the guy coming to measure up for the bespoke fire surround on Tuesday, I have to see the nurse to have the dressing removed from my knee on Wednesday, I have the weekly shop with dad (as well as the start of the decorating) on Thursday and I have to take my brother to the hospital for the pre assessment of his cataract operation on Friday, so I have quite a full week.

Taking all the above into consideration this 50th birthday card that I made for last Wednesdays Cuttlebug Challenge may well be the only card I get to show you this week.

The number was cut on my Robo and I’ve added some embossing, a little bit of doodling and some faux stitching.

Card Blank – Craft Creations
Papers– Basic Grey, Granola
Ink – Ranger Distress Ink (Faded Jeans)
Embossing Folder – Cuttlebug (Spots and Dots)
Dies – Sizzix (12in. Hunky Dory Alphabet), Spellbinder Nestabilities (Large Standard Circle)
Large Brads – Basic Grey (Boxer)


Kathy said...

Sue, this is fab - what a great colour combo and arrangement of all the bits. Hope you busy week goes well - and remember - you're supposed to be taking it easy and letting that knee heal!!!!

Mrs J said...

I'm exhausted for you Sue, lol! What a busy week ahead of you! Glad you got the chance to play along with this weeks numbers challenge though, with a great card too! Love all the layers and texture to it, and great colours too. Thanks for joining us this week at
Hugs Mrs Jx

Anonymous said...

WOW! What a really fab masculine creation!! The colors are awesome!! :)

Amber said...

Sue, what a busy week you're having! I think you need some rest and relaxation! Your card is beautiful, love the color combos!
Thanks so much for joining us at CBC!

Nathalia Castellon said...

Wow what a busy week you've had Sue! But I am so glad you got to share this card. It's quite handsome and stunning! So much texture and the colors are gorgeous together! :)

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Heidi Van Laar said...

Fabulous! A really great masculine card!

itsabrt said...

What a fantastic card, I'd love for you stop by Unscripted Sketches and have a try at a sketch! Hope to see you work posted soon! BR-T

Debs said...

what a great card, and what a week you have in front of you, take it easy one job at time, hope your back soon, but it will be great to get your house done.

Meda said...

Thank you for joining this challenge at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog Meda

Enfys said...

Well it may be the only card, but it's a beauty! Love all the detail and the cool colours. Hope your week is going better than you thought it would...

Cassie said...

a great masculine look! hope all goes well with the floor/decorator!

Thanks for joining us at Cuttlebug Challenge! Good luck with our giveaway this week!

Evelina Wikberg said...

Fab card, Sue. Love the colour combo. Have a great day!

Kristen Hermanny said...

This is great! I love this paper. I love that this paper can really be used as a masculine paper as well. I also used it for a sympathy card.
I love all the texture and layers you have in your card!

Anonymous said...

What a fab card Sue :) And what a hectic week!! I agree with Kathy, take it easy :)


lisa said...

Just found your lovely blog while browsing. Your cards are beautiful. I feel totally inspired and exhausted by your incredibly busy life!!
I shall be back.