Sunday, March 1, 2015

Chalalenge #106 - "In the Kitchen"

The Design Team thought they would have a theme that might peak your interest;  it is "In the Kitchen".  What can you use for your entry.  There is the cook, recipe books, cooked food, utensils, and fresh vegetables.  Take a look through your stash and see if you don't have something you can use and join in on the fun.  Let's see what the DT created.
For that kitchen look I used a designer paper that resembled tile that you might see in a home kitchen or a diner.  It is accented with black cardstock.  The image is from Stitchey Bear Outlet.  At the side of the image are the words "MM...good"

For the first week of "In the Kitchen", I  used  an image called “What’s cookin” and it was kindly supplied by our sponsor Stitchey Bear Stamps. I colored it with watercolor pencils and outlined with a black pen. For the background I used a scrapbook paper and a cardstock. I adorned my card with a trim, some fabric pots and a cup. The sentiment is made of fabric too. Have a magical and keep playing along with us!
Back with a new challenge for the next two weeks...In the Kitchen. I chose this sweet little girl image serving a banana split...yummy although haven't had one since 1967. I have a 12 X 12 pad of just kitchen paper left over from when I was doing 4 X 6 recipe card swaps and cut ta Nellie Snellen  scalloped oval in it to layer over the image that I cut with a smaller oval and the pink base shows through. ( a technique I was taught at a Stamp Art class) I used the off cut on the inside. the sponsor is Stitchy Bear Outlet.
for my creation i used a very cute stitchy bear digital stamp called "tea time" to make a recipe pocket. i started with a library card pocket.  i covered it in two different papers from the background fairy   I adhered those to the pocket and added a border and a heart punched from one of the two papers. i colored the digital stamp with colored pencils and cut it out and added it to the pocket.  my final step was adding some words and putting a recipe into the pocket.

I used the Stitchy Bear In the Kitchen apple pie image,kindly supplied by the sponsor, colouring with Chameleon pens. The main background paper is from Basic Grey offbeat paper pad and the other pieces are from my offcuts box.

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1 comment:

  1. Such great creations and fab images from the sponsor. Oh I see I won the last challenge thank you