Friday, May 22, 2015

Fun-Day Friday Challenge #89 - Torn Edges

Hello everyone and welcome to another Fun-Day Friday Challenge!


This weeks challenge: Create a card, LO, or project using torn edges.

Of course this week we have an AMAZING sponsor for you!!


Winner get to select 3 sets from The Cutting Cafe.

Make sure to join the fun and play along with us this week!!

Starts: Friday, May 22nd 12:00 AM EST
Ends: Friday, May 29th 6:00 PM EST

Here is what I made


This week was absolutely a challenge for me! I love seeing other peoples projects that are distressed and have torn edges, but can't really do it myself. Every time I try it just looks like torn paper to me and my OCD takes over. So, I ended up getting the Tim Holtz distress tool to give it a torn up look and then tore across the bottom of the tag. I finished by inking it all up with Stampin' Up Early Espresso ink. I thought that was fitting since I was using a coffee theme :)

When I went to choose a card I thought I would pick one that had a "faux" tearing look. I went with the jagged edge card because it reminded me of a tearing ruler I saw.

I cannot get over how much I am in love with these fun lunch bags. See, fun is built right in the name! There are so many possibilities with these. Once I started thinking of ideas, I just couldn't stop.I had made one with paper by K&CO, but that one kept tearing on me. I didn't think of it as heavy paper, but it must be too heavy. Paper from The Paper Studio (Hobby Lobby) was the paper that worked fabulous for me.

The coffee print that you see on the vanilla cardstock is actually from a couple My Creative Time stamp sets. My Misti definitely helped this week with that. My Early Espresso ink pad was pretty dry and the Misti allowed me to keep stamping until it looked right.

Supplies

Cardstock - The Paper Studio (Hobby Lobby)
The Cutting Cafe - Fun With Lunch Bags
Stamps - My Creative Time - Coffee Break, Coffee Backgrounds, You are Perk-fect
Ink - Stampin' Up Early Espresso Ink
Misti Stamping Tool, Tim Holtz Distress Tool, Brown Ribbon - Michael's
Delicious Biscotti :)


Second Bag - Shaker Bag
The Cutting Cafe - Fun With Lunch Bags
Silhouette Cameo - Thank You Tag
Cardstock - The Paper Studio
Live Love Bark - My Creative Time
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Punches - Stampin' Up - Heart; EK Success - Bone
Other - Sequins, Foam Tape

Challenge Rules

1. Please post a direct link to your card/project post that includes your challenge,
using the linky tool, located here.

2. Be sure to include a link back to our challenge

3. THREE entries per person and you must post a separate blog post for each entry.

4. All entries must be NEW and created for the current challenge.

5. You may combine with other challenges as long as you link back to us in your post.

* All entries that do not meet the challenge requirements
Will not be eligible for top 3 or random wins (optional from sponsors prizes)
Any random wins will only be mailed within the US and Canada only.
You have until May 29th by 6:00 PM (eastern) time to link up.
All winners will be announced during the week of June 1st.

Don't forget to check out my DT sisters projects.

Amanda
Kellie
Tina

Thank you so much for stopping by! I can't wait to see what you create for the challenge this week. Hope you have a wonderful week!

Happy crafting :)

2 comments:

  1. Bridget this set is so fun! I love the card and how you gave it a nice coffee theme. The colors go perfect together for this theme too! And your gift bag is adorable! I love the little window so you can see a little peek at what is inside and I love the torn edge off the tag. :)
    Sometimes challenges are a great thing if they do challenge you! Im proud of you for challenging yourself because a person with a bad case of OCD can get really stressed out quickly over something like this and I know you had some stressing but in the end, it was all worth it. Because the card and matching bag are just perfect!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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  2. Your creations are wonderful. I had heard of the Misti and could see myself using it - just not sure if I could pay $50 for a stamp positioned. TFS

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