So - here are 2 creations I did manage to create in the clutter - both for Split Coast Challenges this week.
This little fairy birthday card was made for 3 challenges - I was inspired by this fairy from the Urban Art Loft from the Inspiration Challenge, the Ways to Use it challenge was to use a digital image and I was also inspired by this week's Queen for the Day Barbara's pretty cupcake thank you card . I was inspired by her framing her image with a Nestability, using a dotted background and using a banner for her sentiment.
I changed the size of my card to 4 1/4 x 4 1/4. My Godchild looks just like this adorable fairy Tabia from Mo's Digital Pencil - so this will be for Eden's next birthday! (it's not till November so I hope I remember where I put it by then!)
You will find this week's Teapot Tuesday challenge here in the SCS forums.
purse die by PTI to create my little bag - cutting it out of cocoa card stock and layering some leopard patterned paper over it. I added 3 ceramic brads with punched stars behind them down the center. My tag is a stamp from the Afternoon Tea set by Waltzingmouse . I tied it around my wrinkled seam tape bow with some book twine.
This will go to a friend with either a little cookie/candy treat, teabags or maybe a gift card inside!
Stamps: Fairy Tabia - digi image by Mo's Digital Pencil, Sentiment from MFT Pure Innocence-Birthday Princess
Paper: white, lavender moon, textstyle bitty star basics - PTI
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Weathered Wood
Accessories: Copics - E00, E37, R20, RV23, RV11, BG10, Star Circle & Nested Lacey Pennants Nestabilities, Rhinestones - Kaiser, foam tape.
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Afternoon Tea
Paper: Vintage Cream - PTI, Close to Cocoa & Choc Chip - SU, unknown DP
Ink: Archival Coffee, Ranger Distress Tea Dye
Accessories: wrinkled seam tape, book twine & purse die - Papertrey Ink, ceramic brads - Basic Grey, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, Micron 01 fine black pen, star punch - McGill