The challenge at Unstampabelles is to emboss plus make a card for a male.
I've used plain vellum and put it through the cuttlebug to emboss it.
The sentiment is one of those strips you cut off the bottom of scrapbooking paper.
I added a blue star rhinestone as a finishing touch.
Our first challenge at Counterfeit kits is to put it on an angle.
I started with a wood look paper from Bella.
Next I layered a strip of gold stripes with some 8x8 paper I had in my kit.
I adhered my 2 photos then added a border strip below the photos.
One of the reasons I did it this way was to use the chipboard letters that I found.
They matched well to the background and the spotted pattern on the orange paper.
The big title is the feature(other than the photos.)
Did you notice my cluster on the right hand side?
They surround my journaling.
The cork V shaped border trim was a short piece I had left but it was perfect on this.
Here's the sketch at Let's get sketchy.
Great I thought because I get to use up strips of paper that I keep for cards,layouts etc.
This used up all the oranges, golds, and cream tones.
These are articles from famous musicians, Roy Orbison's guitar, ELVIS's suit and John Lennon's piano that he wrote Imagine on.
It even included a quote which fits my theme. "I will be by your side in high tide and low tide".
I'd like to think those dead musicians are watching over me.
Challenge #2 at Counterfeit Kit Challenge is to use Mixed alphas as strangely enough I ran out of M.
All papers on here are from this month's kit.