Friday, September 2, 2016

Peek-a-boo designs-September release and challenge


We have a big release this month at Peek-a-boo designs. Do check that out, there are fabulous products to try and offcourse our September challenge is up on blog. Please go through guidelines before you link your project.

I made a card with the new release.

* Its side folding 5x7" card.
* I used fossilised amber distress ink with our new grid stencil on left side of the card base.
* Stamped sentiment from our new Birdi set with grey ink.
* I die cut two scalloped frames with grey CS and foam mounted them on the card base.
* Added 3 enamel dots which is our new range of products.

Here is the card

Hope you liked it...
Suggestions are always welcome...

I am entering this card to

NBUS challenge - 7 - Dies - stencil - stamp are new

CAS(E) this sketch #188

Thank you for stopping by...


  1. This is fantastic!! Love the angled frames and that they're going off the page - makes you want to peak around back. Great card!!

  2. Oh, this is great! Wonderful take on the sketch!

  3. Love the stencilled border and brilliant CAS design! Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays!

  4. Great CAS card! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

  5. I saw ​your card linked at the ​NBUS​ challenge and just had to come see it in more detail. Awesome card! I am now your newest follower and would be honored if you visited my blog and became a follower too.

  6. Great job with using the NBUS, Swapna, and with making this beautiful card work in all the challenges! I love the colors and the offset and off-the-edge design!! Thank you so much for playing in my NBUS Challenge #7! Hugs, Darnell

  7. What a clever card, love how the frame is one the edge.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  8. Love the graphic design of this card. The colors are really great too. Great to see you in the ATSM gallery. All the very best to you. Nandini, DT

  9. What an amazing CAS and graphic design and I love the mix of yellow and grey!
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM.