Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Tuesday Taggers - It takes all sorts

Our fab team mate Emma has chosen this week with a theme of it takes all sorts it should be a less taxing week for all you taggers out there. Thats not all though we have a fabulous new sponsor who is offering this wonderful prize - who couldn't make use of this gorgeous ribbon. Click on the link to whizz to the Ribbon Oasis website.

So with such an open theme I have used a card I made at our Stamping Club last Friday. We were working on the article from craft stamper called masterboards from July's issue and using this gorgeous stamp set from Hero Arts available here
and blonde moments word stamps available here

The ribbon is also from Ribbon Oasis but being a boring black does not reflect the variety of the shop with gorgeous colours and patterns galore.
I've coloured in using promarkers and am quite pleased I have been able to produce another CAS card!
The stamping club went very well with the ladies attending able to go home with more ideas of how to use their stamps at home which is the whole point of the session. Not long to the next one if you around Skipton on 1st October it would be fab to see you - we are making an alcohol inked Christmas card.
Do hop on over to Tuesday Taggers
where the theme of It takes all sorts has fired up the team so well worth checking out x
Have a great Tuesday x Janet


  1. Stunning card Janet - love those ribbons too. Also thanks for introducing me to Craft Stamper - although primarily a scrapbooker I love the mag for its' inspiration.
    Sue xx

  2. Oh Janet, this is lovely. S x

  3. Very bright and cheerful hun - great stuff!

  4. Simply gorgeous. Love it!
    Sandra x

  5. This is gorgeous, Janet. I loved that article in CS and your take on it is so bright and fresh and I love the words on it too.
    Hugs Lisax

  6. Love this funky creation Janet, just gorgeous.

  7. Very 1960's. Love the colours.

  8. The tape is also Ribbon Oasis is dull black, but does not reflect a business other than the fabulous colors and patterns galore.The stamping club went well with the women to participate can go home with more ideas on how to use the stamps in the house that is core session

  9. Those are best creation of cards. I think making such a card needs lots of creativity and skill. Also hard work. I appreciate it.


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