Kuretake Challenge Time

Ok so are you up for a Kuretake challenge?

This time the theme is Red, White and Blue with a touch of bling – perhaps something to do with some jubilee or something going on in Britain last weekend?

You remember? The long weekend I kept going on about?

I thought I would go a bit Punk on the theme, part of this street grunge phase I seem to be going through at the moment. I’ve made an ATC using ZIG Art and Graphic Twin watercolour markers.

The stamps are the IndigoBlu Pomp and Pageantry stamp set for the flag and the Great Britain stamps.

I reckon old Queenie has probably been whispering this to herself all weekend

‘Keep Calm and Royal On’.

Now this month there are no restrictions for entry and the prize up for grabs is a ZIG Memory Systems Starter kit plus a bundle of Basically Bare Products so come and join in – you have a little over a week to get your entry in – plenty of time!

Looking forward to seeing your entry into the challenge!


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 13 Comments

  1. Janine

    Great Kim, love the way you made the flag, super card, great text, I loved Tom Jones on the concert, the rest…,. A bit False ;))) have a great day, hugs, Janine

  2. Netty

    Fab design Kim and loving your choice of words, x

  3. McCrafty's Cards

    Brilliant card Kim, I like the distressing, the crown and the sentiment, I hope your keeping well.
    Kevin xx

  4. Brenda Brown

    Love this Kim, such a shabby vintage effect.
    hugs {brenda} xox

  5. Tammy

    Awesome ATC Kim! I love the distressing! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Tammy x

  6. Jackie

    A great jubilee piece – what a great weekend, despite the weather!!

  7. Jackie

    A great jubilee piece – what a great weekend, despite the weather!!

  8. hazel

    I love this Kim – a great design.
    xxx Hazel.

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