Friday, August 29, 2014

Have a Souper Day!

Hello Crafters!
Faith here from ScrapbookerPhD with some more inspiration for our Challenge #14. Get the details Here.

The challenge is to use THREE die cuts and add some sparkle.

This card started with the chef frame. I absolutely fell in love with this, and I wanted it to be black and white. It is a new cut file from Designs on Cloud 9. For the next two die cuts, I use vegetables from the Cricut cartridge, Garden Soup. I have had this cartridge for years and just never use it.

To add some sparkle and shine, I added glitter to the stems of the vegetables, black appliqué to the chef hat, and DoubleClick Skittles on the sentiment stamp by Cardz TV set Food Punnies. 

Challenges Entered

Aud Sentiments Challenge: Sentiment other than Birthday
4 Crafty Chicks: Old/New 


  1. Awesome job, made me laugh, great layout and the sentiment is hilarious....Very nice. Thanks for playing our challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks!
    Leanne DT
    4 Crafty Chicks

  2. adorable is that chef! Love the fun fruits too..thanks for playing along at Mod Squad!

  3. A brilliant card love the design and sketch. Thank you for joining us at Aud Sentiments challenge good luck Ginny ♥

  4. Fab fun card, love it xx thank you for joining our current challenge over at
    Sandie (Aud Sentiments DT)

  5. Hi Faith! Thanks for the nice comment on my blog! Your card is "souper" :) To answer your question regading my Mr.Incredible box card, I filled the gable boxes with candy and I made a template for the card because I made it so large that I couldn't use the SVG. I like making them bigger so they make more of a statement and then I can make an oversized envelope with my punch board. Here are the dimensions:
    Start with 6.5" x 12" cardstock
    score on 12" side at 2.75", 5.5", 8.25" and 11"
    score on 6.25" side at 2.75".
    You'll have to cut down on the scoreline to make the flaps and cut off half a piece on the 11" inch scoreline to create a tab.
    I hope that helps. I find it easy and fast to do with the even measurements. Have a great day :)


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