Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Steampunk Love Twisted Easel

I didn't want to do the traditional colours and styles for Valentine's this year, so as my husband and I both love Steampunk I went with that for my card. I haven't used the word Valentine's though, so this style could be used for any occasion.  I've made a circle double-twisted easel before, but never a square one, so I chose that as thought it fit quite well with the Steampunk theme. 

The materials I have used are:
  • Craft4Less - Bronze card
  • Papermania - Chronology 6x6 papers, brads & eyelets
  • X-Cut - Nesting dies Scalloped Heart, Tri-Boss folder Chronology Cogs
  • Sizzix dies - Flower & Leaf #5, Love Set #3
  • Core'dinations - Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Nostalgic Collection, Core Tags Darks
  • Charms were free in Crafts Beautiful magazine issue 254
  • Twine from my stash




I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:



9 comments:

  1. his is just beautiful Nicola, lovely colours and design, thanks so much for joining in at Allsorts this week.

    I would love it if you joined in my Spellbinder blog celebration here

    B x

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  2. Cool, love the combination off kraft and blue. Nice embellishmets too, :). Thank you for sharing your card in Artistic Inspirations, good luck.

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  3. Beautiful, love the colour combo and the shape. Thank you for joining in with Divas By Design.
    Lindsay xx

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  4. Thanks for joining us at allsorts tracyx

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  5. Jolie !
    Merci pour ta participation au Fab'n'Funky Challenge !
    Bises

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  6. I love all the different elements you have used, you have tied them in so well. Thanks for joining in at Totally Papercrafts this week.
    Cheers Nicole DT

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  7. What an adorable card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Delightful Challenges. Denise

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  8. Love, love, love this! The steampunk is fab, and I love the core'dinations. It just works so well when embossed, doesn't it? Thank you for joining in with the challenge at The Crafting Café. Sammy-x

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  9. A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafting Cafe and good luck.
    Mags
    x

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I am always trying to learn new techniques and improve my cardmaking and colouring skills, so your feedback and comments are greatly appreciated.
Many thanks, Nicola x

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