Thursday, 21 January 2010

Tuesday Taggers leftovers!


Before- well after I cut off the top and bottom!

After.
Here is my entry for this weeks Tuesday Taggers. I saved the central section of some crackers, cut out the motif with my nesties, mounted on a card and stamped the corners with an oriental corner stamp (See-D's). After that I put it under a heavy weight for a couple of days. It's still curling a bit, but not too much.
I'm not sure about this card at all. It's a bit licky-sticky for my liking. I might have been better using something else. I'm going to spray the remaining ones with some creative colour sprays and use the reverse side!!!

9 comments:

Rose Petal said...

Hi Sally. Well, I think that looks stylish, what a fab idea. You are very creative my friend.
Happy Crafting.
Love sandra xx

lisa said...

Wow, you had posh crackers, Sally!!!!
I love the oriental feel of your card, it looks great to me and fantastic re cycling. This challenge had me stumped this week!!! but you've risen to the challenge brilliantly.

Lisax

chris said...

I wouldnt have known where to start, but you did it girl.
love chrisxx

Cath Wilson said...

Looks good - great idea :)

Chris said...

Wow what a fab creation from left overs. Wish my crackers had been that pretty :D
You used up your scraps beautifully my lovely.
hugs
Chris xx

Clarky J said...

Fabulous Sally! Thanks for joining us again at TT - I hope you have seen the DT call :0) Janet x

craftimamma said...

I agree with Lisa, those crackers must have been posh indeed!

I think you've made a great card with the leftovers but it is difficult to feel you've actually 'made' it when you're used to putting so much more into your cards.

Lesley Xx

Avril Ann said...

Sally how creative, I love this idea, I also love how everyone has such different ideas with the same challenge, many thanks for joining us at TT this week. Hugs Avril xxx

Teri said...

Lovely card hun!
Love what you did with your leftovers from Christmas.
Glad you could join us at Tuesday Taggers this week - hope to see you next time too!
Hugs,
Teri x