Thursday, 26 May 2016

Time Out #57 Reminder


You still have time to join our 'Inspired by Words' challenge at Time Out Challenges'

Our phrase is:

'May All your weeds be wild flowers'

You can use any of these words to inspire you or perhaps the whole phrase. You might want to go with flowers,wild, weeds or perhaps use the whole phrase looking at how the hard times don't get in the way of the beauty in your life.

You choose what this phrase makes you want to create.

We are sponsored for this challenge by Clearly Besotted Stamps

Clearly Besotted Stamps

The winner will get a £15 evoucher to spend in their store.

I went with flowers again. I wanted to use vellum for the whole card. Even this stitched die is vellum. I like how it turned out, although getting the vellum to stay in place was a bit fiddly!

Our Guest Designer for this challenge is the very talented Julia. Her blog, Der Kleine Klecks, is full of creative and inspiring projects. Take a look here and we are sure you will love what you see.

Your turn now to take some TIME OUT and join in the fun. Don't forget to pop over to Time Out Challenges and see what the DT and Julia have created to inspire you.
Enjoy x


  1. Brilliant card, I love the colours - such a happy combination!
    Hope you are feeling better.

  2. Fun color palette and great layout, Sandie! xxx

  3. Look at your rocking the flowers...and in one of my favorite color combos! Love this Sandie.

  4. Such a happy color palette! Pretty!! :)
    Suchi xx

  5. Fun and bright and so happy looking, Sandie ... love the delicacy of the vellum with those vibrant colours! Hugs, Anita :)

  6. This is so sweet. Love the little bit of added vellum.

  7. Love that you used green as base and that vellumpiece makes it so interesting! Hugs, Gerrina

  8. Great card, congrats on your "Honors" at TO!

  9. so sweet
    so simple
    and love that Vellumm and flower Sandie
    cute card!!
    hope you are get well soon my friend

  10. This retro style is so you! Fun and colorful, but still very CAS. I love using vellum. But I tend to stitch it in place. I've also seen people using staples. I've heard rumors about a special vellum glue but haven't got my hands on some yet...