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Monday, 13 October 2014

Numbers............. 0123456789

Hello and welcome! thank you for joining me here in the Making Room ;-)
 It's Monday so time for another challenge at Make My Monday and I'm delighted to be able to join in..... at last!
 This week our lovely leader Jacqueline wants to see our
Here's my take on the theme a bright and breezy card that would suit a young mans 16th birthday or any occasion to do with the number 16!
The words and the Graffiti stamp were stamped a second time,  relevant pieces cut out, added to the images with sticky fixes
 Light weight water colour paper
Brusho: Scarlet. lemon and Emerald green.
Oak house studio spray tubes filled with water, above colours added.
KaiserCraft clear stamps: Graffiti.
Katzelkraft: sorry no name or number.( smile and live tags)
Chocolate Baroque: UA4HC0177
Adirondack: Clover
Versafine: Onyx Black. 
 Hope you can join us at MMM  with this weeks challenge. Pop along to see the rest of the designs teams inspiration pieces.
 Have a great day
 Suzi B xx

 addicted -to-stamps: anything goes. must use stamps
Fashionable Stamping; anything goes


craftimamma said...

Perfect card for a young male recipient Sue! Love that graffiti stamp. It's lovely to see you back blogging btw!

Lesley Xx

Aquarius said...

Great to see you back in blogland and making cards. This is a great card and something a bit 'different' - an interesting take on the theme.

Meggymay said...

A fantastic bright card for a young man, super colours and stamping. Thank you for joining us at FSC this time.

crafty creations said...

Brilliant card with just the right amount of elements - perfect for a young man

Jacqueline said...

Hi Suzi - a fabulously grungy card, bet you had fun getting inky with that background! - Jacqueline xx

Dots Dabbles said...

Hi Suzi. I love the whole graffiti look of this perfect for a 16th birthday! Gorgeous.
Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.
Dot x

Chris said...

Love the Fall colors, Suzi. The card is clever and interesting! Thank you for sharing it with us at the Addicted to Stamps Challenge Blog!