Anything Goes at One Stitch At A Time!

Here’s my card for the new challenge over at One Stitch At A Time:
OSAAT 2 feb 14 full

I used the Steampunk Sailship collection, which includes the image of the ship, plus three complimentary papers.  I cut the four cog shapes on the Silhouette, three from a lovely bronze cardstock, and the final one from plain white cardstock, using the print and cut option.  I coloured the image with Pro-Markers and then blended some Starlite Silver Brilliance ink over the top, to create a foggy, smoggy look to the cog as it looked far too crisp and clean for steampunk!!  The bronze cogs were also dirtied, using Black Soot distress ink.

OSAAT 2 feb 14 close

The paper is one of the three included with the image.  I popped the card together, using 3D pads to give a bit of depth.

It’s a nice, easy theme over at One Stitch At A Time and you could win all the images used by the DT for challenge 196 as we are sponsored by the Stitchy Bear Digi Outlet!  Make sure you pop over and have a look at the other DT projects too.

Thanks for reading x


15 thoughts on “Anything Goes at One Stitch At A Time!

  1. What a wonderful card. So masculine. I love how you used the shape to print the image on. Great idea. The rich colours are the card are just lovely too. Very nice indeed.

  2. Great going on your card. Your design paper, die cuts and image all work so well together.


    Your Sister OSAAT DT

  3. Love the card, the shapes are fabulous and what great idea to do the image on the cog shape you used 🙂

  4. What a brilliant use of your die-cuts for this creation. I particularly love how you have popped the image onto the cog! Great card.

    Hugs Sue Pxxx OSAAT Teamie

  5. FABULOUS Victoria, what a great idea to place the digi in the cog die cut 🙂 Loving how you have coordinated you cogs to match the paper you used out of the pack and great colouring on the digi is awesome too. Thank you so much for showcasing the Coosty Creations Steamship pack in such a fab way 🙂 🙂 🙂 Hugs Jane xxxxxx

  6. I, too, love that you’ve cut the image in the shape of the cog and it fits in beautifully with all the other cogs. A great idea, beautifully done. Hazel x

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