Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Taking to the Skies

This week over at Try it On Tuesday we are asking you to Take to the Skies, as you will see the Design Team have varied ideas for the meaning of this, I wonder how many we will get in the challenge? I still havn't quite mastered by brayer, doesn't the marvellous Barbara Gray make it look easy?  I tore some copy paper to make the seperation between the sand and the sky, I then used some distress inks to cover both areas. I have used a mixture of stamps , all listed below. I look forward to visiting and commenting on your entries. good luck to everyone. Oh! I forgot to say, the project, can be anything you want this week.
Stamps used Aeroplanes - Flight Creative Expressions, Beach markings - Coast - Creative Expressions, Grasses - Inkylicious.
I am also entering this into the St. Luke's Charity Card Challenge - Let's Hear It For the Boys.


  1. I think your inky background is just brilliant - hopeing to see Barbara again at Stamp Magic on Sunday but the crowds around her were so huge last time its hard to see what she's doing. She does make it look very easy though I agree and I haven't mastered it either!!!

    This is a great card for a guy - thanks so much for playing along again.
    Tara x
    St Luke's Charity Card Challenge Founder

  2. Great card, I think the background looks good to me, especially the sand dunes.
    Avril xx

  3. I think you are doing a Fab job with your brayer, its a great tag. Yvonne x

  4. It's brilliant Cazro, I know what you mean about Barbara though x

  5. Great card, Caz and your brayering looks good to me!

    Helen x

  6. Great birthday card, wonderful brayering.

  7. Fabulous card and I love the background...lovely colours. Thank you for support our challenge over at St Lukes


  8. Hi Caz, trying to catch up on my commenting after a busy time.
    Really lovely card here and love the scene you've made.
    All your calender pages look fab too.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

  9. I think this is a lovely card for a guy - the scene is really super. I think you've done a super job. Thanks so much for your support of St Luke's Charity Card Challenge!

  10. lovin your take on the theme this week! such a 'country' 'peaceful' feeling...with the planes and stamped weeds in front ~ and that background! fabulous project chickie!