Saturday, 15 February 2014

Red, red and more red... I had all these red inks out...I carried on...

 On glossy paper I stamped red roses with StazOn.
I then added Distress inks in a variety of 'reds'.
I then trimmed the pieces and used 'fired brick' around the edges
 and attached them to red cardstock.

This is my first tag -
 I added another rose stamped with Versafine, a ribbon rose and red ribbon.

My second tag - I am linking this to Tag Along Challenges - roses are red

This is my first 'red' ATC (of 6) for the UK ATC SWAP on Facebook.

My others are:

Stamped in red on pink with liquid pearls, felt flowers and gems.

This is an Elisabeth Bell image that I originally used in a similar way on a card to enter the current challenge - I will also link this ATC - White on White with a touch of red

Thumb and fingerprint 'robin' with rose.

Originally I stamped around a heart shaped mask with one of the stamps from SU's Valentine Defined.
I then added extra hearts in the middle. This is definitely a Valentine ATC so I am linking it to
Filipino Scrapbookers ATC Challenge

This image is Bugaboo's Friday Freebie from yesterday.

...And they arrived at the swap in the UK...

Happy Crafting!


  1. These are all lovely makes Susan. I am glad that you entered one of them into our mad crafters giggles challenge. My favorite one is the bugaboo stamp make...that little creature is sooo cute.

    <3 & hugs
    Lisa xxxx

  2. Holy Moly these are awesome!! Absolutely love the EB tag and the way you matched with card you previously did:) Thanks again for sharing at EBWorld!!


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