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Sentimental Sundays #26 - Distressing

Wow! Can you believe we are already on the 26th Sentimental Sundays challenge? We are half way through our first year. Time is really flying by. So, with out further chit chat, the new Sentimental Sundays challenge for this week is "Distressing".






I made this card for a friend's recent birthday. Daisy Doodles came out with this set shortly before his birthday and I had to get it. My friend is a BIG VW bug fan. Isn't this just the cutest image? I want to cruise around in this car. Okay may be not today, the end of October, but definitely when the weather is great.

I distressed the edges of my DP with ink and using my scissors and CTMH edge distressing tool. I typed up the sentiment in Word on my computer.

I hope you will share your "distressing" projects with us at Sentimental Sundays. Be sure to stop by and download this week's free sentiments from Ann Vento of Raindrop Echo Designs.

Thank you for looking!


Supplies:

  • Images: Doodle Bug from Daisy Doodles
  • Papers & CS: Georgia Pacific CS, PTI kraft CS, My Mind's Eye Complete Boy DP pack
  • Inks: Distressed Inks Antique Linen, Old Paper, Tea Dye, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, Pumpkin Pie
  • Tools: EK Sucess edge punch, paper piercing tool, Close To My Heart edge distressing tool, sanding block, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: PTI bakers twine, Zig chocolate marker, misc button
  • Techniques: Distressing, faux stitching

Challenges:

Comments

jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

Cool (and also cute) card !

Greetings, Jaimie
Faye said…
Oh this is fabulous, I just love your gorgeous papers too. xx
Paula said…
Cheryl - I love what you have done here xx
Shirl said…
Cheryl sweet sweet and more sweet. Adore it.
Hugs Shirley x x
Karin said…
Such a great card...I know this will be loved! Great blending of your colors on the car :)
Kathy said…
So cute, love the Bug in orange. Great image and card for a guy.
Great distressing!! That bug is adorable!! I love how you even got the blue tint on the windshield! Perfect!!!!

I needed bakery twine for some xmas cards and I didn't want to order online........so I had my father in law get some from his baker friend. LOL!!! I love how you use it on this card :)

Have a great SUnday!
Maria
Such a cute card! That car is just darling! Looking foward to working with you for Sentimental Sundays!
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.x
Tracey said…
Fab card Cheryl, love the colours :)

Looking forward to working with you on the Sentimental Sundays DT.
Hugs
Tracey
xx
Tameko said…
Cheryl, This card is too cool. I just love VW Bugs. I recently got a stamp set from PTI, and a Unity set that have those cute cars. Now you have shown me another one, that I think I need. LOL
Anyway, I am looking forward to working with you on the Sentimental Sundays DT.
Shelly Schmidt said…
Darling! Love that cute imahe- fun design! TFS
Chrissy D said…
Ohh cute project! Love your faux stitching!
So cute and love all the distressing it is perfect with the colors and the image.
Oh how fun!! Love your faux stitching, the punch detail and your string with the image.
Marlene said…
This card is so cute, Cheryl! I love this little car image!
Joanne Gilch said…
Lovin' your Doodle Bug. You always have the most terrific papers. Love the distressing.
HappyCrafter said…
Very fun card, great job with the distressing!

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