Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Good Wednesday morning everyone!  Today opens another challenge over at the Papercraft Star.  This week's challenge is to use a number in your project.  This challenge has so many possibilities, from birthday to Christmas.  For my card I used a patterned paper from Webster's Pages that had printed numbers on them to make a more masculine card.  Starting off with a Kraft base I also added papers from Graphic 45's Christmas pack.  The patterned papers worked perfectly together with the circus image from The House Across The Bay.  This sheet of digi's is jammed packed with fabulous vintage circus posters, the more I see it the more it's becoming my new favorite from The House Across the Bay.  I'd love to see what you come up with using numbers.  Enter your project before Monday 6:00 a.m Est.  for your chance to win some digital images from our sponsor, The House Across The Bay.  Thank you for stopping by.


Papers:  Graphic 45's Christmas, Websters Pages, Kraf, Basic Blackt Cardstock from SU,
Ink;  Distress inks from Ranger
Embellishments:  Spellbinders, vintage buttons, seam binding, image form THATB


  1. My goodness Anitra, I am so loving your masculine card! I love the darker colors and vintage image! Fantastic job!
    Kindest regards,

  2. That circus image really is fun Anitra! I can see why you like it so much. I really like your number paper too. It reminds me of old typewriter keys. :-) Wonderful project!

  3. What a wonderful card Anitra! I agree, I love the darker color tones, the number paper is so cool, the image is vibrant and fabulous and I love the pop of the green lace... great work!