Stampin' Up! UK demonstrator Peg Coombes

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Friday, 18 June 2010

I CASed a top in Rich Razzleberry and Taken with Teal

This is the tee shirt I wore a couple of days ago and I knew I had to make a I CASed it and that is a first an item of clothing...

Not sure how long I have had this top it must be a few years... it's a Per Una from the well known store...

So this is what turned out.... Stampin Up 5 star punch using rich razzleberry and taken with teal on black card, the tiny tags stamp set used again for the sentiment and the jewelry punch.... gotta love those stamps and the little punch.... the taken with teal button is also stampin up..... but as the rich razzleberry has only just been released in card, ink and polka dot ribbon; I had to use a couple of buttons from my crafty stash not a perfect match but almost.... hope we get some new buttons to match soon (probably the new idea book in October). It just goes to show everyday stuff around us can be made into a card... I dream about cards (crazy yes) always have ever since I started making them but now I look more and more at everyday stuff to get inspiration.  I even saw the weather girl Carol on TV reading the weather and if I had had my camera quick enough I would have got a photo shot at it, guess what her top was.... rich razzleberry, melon mambo and whisper white. (yes this girl has gone so crazy I don't think there is any hope)

What do you use for your inspiration? leave a comment and let me know I would love to know

.............Until crafty.........


  1. Ace!
    One of the guys I work with has a shirt in Old Olive ...

  2. Thank you for my blog award - been so busy the last week that I have only got round to putting it up!

    Love your cupcake cake.

  3. Just going to check my wardrobe!
    Les x

  4. I get my inspiration when I am in bed. I have so many ideas floating around in my head, its scary in there teehee.
    Hope your BBQ turned out.
    My dad is from Scotland and he said they got summer the 2nd week in July on a Wednesday LOL.
    I love that you share how you came up with your ideas, so neat.

  5. I love the challenge of making a card to coordinate with an object - they make great gifts too! (Although not a top you've had for a few years!!!)


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