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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Time Out #89

Hi There

Time for a new challenge at Time Out Challenges. We have a photo challenge today and here is the card I created.


And here is the photo:

21 Ways to Make the Industrial Look Work for You including brick veneer, pallet coffee tables and map walls:

I hadn't made a card for such a long time and then I saw this card by Pia and just loved it. I asked her if I could CASE it for a DT card and with her permission here is my take-a huge thank you to Pia for inspiring me.

This card came at the perfect time as one of my niece's is off on a trip around the world and I thought this would be a fun card to give her. The photo is pretty masculine looking but I went with a feminine touch. I think it is clear I was inspired by the map. There is so much more in this photo that could catch you eye and I am looking forward to seeing what you make.

This challenge is sponsored by STAMPlortations and I have used their stitched border die on my card.

Our Guest Designer for this challenge is the very talented Trinia. I have been following Trinia for a while now and she is so very creative and her blog is so inspiring. Take a look at it here. I know you will love what you see.

Then pop on over to Time Out and you will see what Trinia and our amazing DT have made to inspire you to play.

Enjoy!

I will enter this into:

Muse Card Club-anything Goes
CAS on Friday-exotic-travelling to exotic places and my niece sure will be!
City Crafter-Pretty in Pink

  

20 comments:

  1. Yes, I remember Pia's card, and your card is a lovely case where you've made it your won. The choice of colour is lovely and unexpected.

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  2. Fabulous card and it looks super in the pink and white colour combo xx

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  3. This card looks so great in a the femine way! Fresh and super CAS again! Hope you have a more sunny day today as we have here...

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  4. I love this so much Sandie... that die is fantastic, and I love the way you used it. Yes - what the world needs now is pink, sweet pink! xx

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  5. Absolutely LOVE this, Sandie, especially the pink! Awesome CASE of Pia's beautiful card, which I thought of immediately when I saw this. I'm going to buy the knockoff version of this die. 😉😂😂 I'm excited to be guesting alongside you talented ladies at TO. Thank you for having me.

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  6. Beautiful CAS card, love the pink oceans & seas :)

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  7. Wow, Sandie ... just gorgeous ... all that yummy white on white ... with that delicious vibrant pink ... love it! Hugs, Anita :)

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  8. Wonderful world of pink! Thank you for joining us at CCCB :)

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  9. Saw this at Time Out - graphic, gorgeous and true to you with that bright purply-pink! So glad you joined us at our Anything Goes week at Muse!

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  10. I absolutely adore this global die cut Sandie and what a pop of genius by setting it over pink! Definitely the wow-factor x

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  11. I love this, Sandie! Great use of pink card, really unique way to use this die. I think the offset-layout looks fantastic! I also love the decorative die cut edges of your white panel and all the dimension of the card.

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  12. Love that amazing die cut, and the striking contrast of the white and bold pink makes this card a true stand out.

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  13. Love that die cut Sandie especially with the hot pink background. :)

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  14. Oh look, there's your cased version of my card, I immediately spotted it, but with your choice of pink the cards came out rather different still. I'm honored you wanted to case my card and I love your pink version!

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  15. This card really stood out in the Muse Gallery. Love the bold pink.

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  16. I love the bright pink globe Sandie - it is such a wonderful take on the photo and so perfect for your niece! Love this!

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  17. I remember Pia's card and I also love your CASE on it ! This die cut is really great for this sentiment and I also love the stitched border die ! Gorgeous pink version ! I always wonder why "Bon voyage" such as "Bon appétit" are often used in English spoken countries ?
    Thanks for sharing and for inspiring!

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  18. What a fab card! I'm sure your niece is going to LOVE it! how kind and thoughtful. I love that you have the pops of pink from the photo in it. Jenny x

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  19. the world really is one country

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