Quixotic Paperie Challenge Blog Challenge No. 26

Hey, Hey, Hey it is Quixotic Paperie Challenge Day! And we have a real interesting one for you:

How Sentimental!

It is all about making your sentiments and word art the focus of your make, and if you are short of some sentiments or word art than Quixotic Paperie has some beautiful ones new in from Paper Make-Up stamps.

It is one of the Paper Make-Up stamps word art that I have used for my DT make.

I’ve highlighted two of the words with a touch of colour added to a separate image and cut out and layered over the word art to add a bit of dimension. The paper I’ve used is from the Basic Grey Sugar Rush pad.

Little bit of stitching and and paper folding with a button threaded with fibres to finish off!

Looking forward to seeing your sentiment and word art makes.



Stamps – Paper Make-Up

Paper – Basic Grey Sugar Rush

Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer; silicone glue; double-sided tape

Other – button; fibre; colour pencils; sewing machine

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Tasha

    Wow Kim what a fantastic card! Love the tmp you have used and how you have highlighted some of the words with paper – so cool! Love the funky colour combo too
    love tasha xx

  2. La Vikinga

    Like the card and beautiful colours!!!


  3. Crystal

    Beautiful Kim LOVE this paper and your stitching is GORGEOUS!!!!

  4. 2amscrapper

    great stitching and vibrant papers, love how you highlighted the words.

  5. Milliesmarvels

    Amazing card, I love the Paper makeup sentiment stamps, they are so unusual and quirky!

  6. Tanya Rudd

    So bright and pretty Kim.Love the folded and stitched border on the bottom.

  7. Max

    Hi Kim =)
    It's been a looooooooong time since my last visit and boy am I missing something! Love this card with it's zingy colours, the pleated paper and the stitching. Have to say I'm a sucker for a nice sentiment and have started collecting word art to use on my cards. Just need to actually USE them.


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