Tuesday 10 June 2014

Rev up the fun - one for Cuttlebug Mania

Suddenly realised I needed a card for a teenager in a mad panic hurry - and a new SU stamp set came revving to the rescue.
I used:

- A6 white card blank

- SU 'Real Red' card stock for the backings

- dark grey Core-dinations card stock, embossed using SU's 'Chevron' folder

- SU's 'Rev Up the Fun' stamp set and SU's 'Real Red' and 'Smoky Grey' ink pads

- a die that I've had for years and keep returning to, think it's a Sizzix one

I'm entering this card into the current Cuttlebug Mania Challenge which is 'Transport' - I used the Cuttlebug for both the embossing and die cutting. Vroom, vroom :)



  1. I'm impressed with the speed in which you created this card! Teen cards are especially hard for me to make, but I love everything about this great masculine version! Well done!

  2. Looks great for a rev'd up car...masculine cards are hard to make...especially when you have to hurry!

    Yours looks fabulous!

  3. Great work Miss.. vroooom to the rescue indeedy.. lovecthe forever friends upcycling below too. Shaz in Oz.x

  4. Super male card you have here Di.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  5. Great male card. Love the pop of red.

  6. A speedy card in every way. May have to treat myself to that set

    Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania this time x

  7. !Brilliant! great image Di your card is great for any teenager x

  8. Super card for a youngster - love the tyre tread stamp :) Hugs, xx

  9. Fabulous card! Love the black and white with the punch of red! Really lovely card Miss Pixie! Karen xx

  10. Cute card--perfect for a teen!


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