Guest Designer for Time Out Challenge #89

 

 

Hello there.  I am excited and honoured to be the guest designer for Time Out challenge #89.  It is their Home Sweet Home photo challenge sponsored by STAMPlorations.  Here’s the photo inspiration.

 

 

There are so many things in this photo to be inspired by. I just couldn’t ignore that huge world map plastered across the wall as well as the masculine colour pallet.  And this is what resulted.

 

 

The world image is from a discontinued embossing folder (EF).  Using a rubber brayer, the flat side of the embossing folder was inked with Crumb Cake.  An A2 size piece of Crumb Cake cardstock was added to the EF and embossed with the Big Shot. Next, it was trimmed down and matted onto a piece of Early Espresso cardstock.

 

 

Wishing was die cut twice from navy cardstock and stacked,  The sentiment was white heat embossed on a navy strip as well.

 

 

The panel was adhered to a Crumb Cake card base and glossy accents added to Wishing finished off the card.

 

Now it’s your turn to take some time out and join us.  Thank you for visiting.  Have a great day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am linking to the following challenges:
Muse#227 Anything Goes
SSS Flickr#76 Anything Goes (Wishing die and Sending and Wishing stamp set)

 

 

 

 

17 thoughts on “Guest Designer for Time Out Challenge #89

  1. I love the navy and kraft colour combo! And the brayer approach to define the map image was a great idea. Such a great masculine card. Thanks so much for joining us as Guest Designer! Jenny x

  2. I love the subtle tone on tone background that you created by inking the embossing folder – genius technique and absolutely perfect the image – love it! Thanks so much for bringing such fabulous inspiration to TO! Jill

  3. I just love that colourcombi of brown and blue! Always beautiful and here it looks so good for the male-card! Thanks for bring our guest designer at TIME OUT!

  4. This is stunning and fantastic. I love everything about it. Thanks so much for being our Guest Designer at Time Out. I am sure you will be inspiring many of our participants this week.

  5. This is such a stunning card! I love the way you used ink with dry embossing, it really makes the design pop! The color of your die cut sentiment looks great against the embossed panel. This card is just simply super stylish!

  6. The texture and dimension on your card is fabulous, Trina! I love the earthy colours and way you have incorporated the world map. So clever and cool 🙂

  7. Love the monochromatic look of this! So glad you joined us at our Anything Goes week at Muse!

  8. LOVE your dry eb world map and color combo of kraft and navy my friend! Awesome and perfect sentiment too. TFS your links. I checked out your sentiment set from SSS…LOVE it! Onto my wishlist..lol! TFS Trina and Congratulations on your GD gig! Hugs

  9. congratulations on being guest designer. what a great card, the world map EF looks awesome all inked up and love the blue accent of the sentiment 🙂

  10. Cool and deliciously handsome, Trina … navy/two tone neutral colour palette is fabulous … and so stylish! Thanks so much for Guest Designing with us at Time Out … looking forward to next week’s card already! Anita 🙂

  11. Congrats on being their Guest Designer! A great card – perfect to send to someone far away. Love the way you used the embossing folder to get the two tones of colour.

  12. What a wonderful take on the inspiration piece Trina!! Love your inked embossing technique and the navy sentiment to go with the browns. It is so great to have you designing with us at Time Out for this challenge! Welcome, thank thanks! Stephanie L, DT.

  13. Trina, this is a great photo challenge and a great card design. So sorry the EF is discontinued. It’s the perfect background for your “photo” and your card sentiment. Thanks for sharing both.

  14. We are so pleased to have you as GD and with such an amazing card. I love the neutral colours and mixing this with the blue sentiment was the perfect choice, love how you were inspired x

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