Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Something old, something new

That's the title of the new challenge at Craft Room challenge. The idea is to use both something old AND something new on the same card. For this card, my old and new items are both embossing folders. On the top right, I have used the Cuttlebug leaf folder which I bought when I first got my 'bug, years ago, and on the bottom left I've used an Embossalicious folder which was so new I still hadn't taken it out of the packet. So there you are - my oldest and newest embossing folders working together on the same card.

And since it's a Clean and Simple card, I'm also joining in with this week's Clean and Simple challenge at Ooh La La Creations.


  1. Hi Jane :-) Your card is gorgeous and I love both the old and new folders. Great layout and design. Lovely to have you join us at Craft Room Challenge this fortnight

    Annie x

  2. Brilliant card Jane! I love the CAS design! Whilst I'm here can I say thank you for joining the CAS challenge at Ooh La La Creations!
    Good Luck
    Dawn xx

  3. Always a pleasure to visit and see your latest creations. Everything about this card says style and distinction the colour pallet just lifting and separating the various layers. Those gorgeous embossing folders and the twine neatly cross under the horizontal strip. Thank you for making and sharing with us at Craft-Room and thank you for becoming a regular player we treasure you for that. XOXO Zoe

  4. Lovely card! I like the CAS style and the neutral pallet. Thanks for joining us at the Craft Room!

  5. Jane what a gorgeous CAS card, love that diecut leaf
    Thanks for joining us at Ooh La La Creations!
    OLL DT

  6. Gorgeous card! I smell spices when I look at it - reminds me of pumpkin! Thank you SO much for joining us at Craft Room Challenge ~ Christi DT

  7. this is just beautifully elegant- lovely, thanks for sharing with us at Craft Room challenge, Debi x

  8. Lovely Autumnal CAS design Thanks for joining our CAS challenge at Ooh La La Creations
    Alli x


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