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Cybercrop And Allsorts Challenges

It's off and running the Cybercrop over on the Studio Challenges Blog began at 8am. I'm loving the sketches so far, but that's always my favourite way of getting started with a page. It takes me longer to sort out the papers then a couple of hours to make the page, its almost a full time job! This is one of the great things about this crop I've got until the 4th September to upload everything, perfect! I can take my time and get the housework done as well.. The 12 o'clock challenge was to make a card using one of the Cosmo Cricket lines of paper, I've used the Cogsmo range. I've also made a little gift card 3X3 for the challenge over on the allsorts challenge blog. Their challenge is to make a 3x3 miniature, so while I had the papers out for the Cybercrop I made a matching gift tag.
Here is the tag for allsorts.
and here is the card for the Cybercrop. Ellephantastic also have a challenge for male projects, right up my street as I have so many male cards to  make for work so I'm entering my card into that challenge.
 Also go over to Anna's blog she's celebrating 200 sketches on Pencil lines with a great giveaway. I'd love a copy of this book.

Comments

lisa said…
Great card. Lots of cutting involved : )
Thanks for playing along x
Emma said…
So cute...love it!
x
scotspanda said…
these are both fab, the paper is goprgeous, really goes with the robots!

thanks so much for taking up my challenge at Allsorts

Amanda xx
Lilacanglia said…
what fabulous fun card,
Thanks for joining us at Ellephantastic this week,
Hope to see you again next week,
Hugs
Angie
Ellephantastic DT
Thank you for joining the Ellephantastic Challenge this week.
Good luck!!
Hugs
Helen x
Mummylade said…
fantastic image you used. Thank you so much for entering the Allsorts challenge with this project!

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