Sunday, 29 April 2012

Enmarc Challenge 22

Enmarc is a local South African company that makes wonderful lazer cut "chippy" shapes  to be used on craft projects, cards or scrapbook layouts.  I have recently joined their Ning site where they have challenges and a wonderful Design Team who share inspirational projects and scrapbook layouts.

Here is my entry for Challenge 22 - Patricia's folded card.  She gives you the template with the measurements and you have to use at least one of their products on your card.

I thought I had tons of their stuff, but as it would so happen, I have used it all up on my scrapbook pages!  All I was left with (till my next shopping spree tomorrow) was a set of doilies...I decided to use the doily as a mask through which I applied some Worn Lipstick Distress Ink using my applicator tool onto a shape I had die cut from some old Making Memories paper.

For any South Africans looking at these papers, you might remember them as left overs from a SA Scrapbook Convention we had about 2 years ago...I am on a mission to use up all my left overs and stuff I have bought over the years to make cards.

I hope this fits the challenge as technically there is no product stuck onto the card, but I did use their product as a stencil...

4 comments:

  1. stunning card! i just found those papers from that convention! I think it was 2009, when Tim came for the first time??? with that lady from MM. That is a really pretty doily.........i think i will have to order some for the shop!

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    1. Yip you are right...It was when Tim came here the first time and my addiction started! LOL!

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  2. Hi Bella, love this card...really beautiful! I have also recently joined the Enmarc blog and entered Challenge 21...I love their products! I am also on the DT at Let's Scrap and so that's how I came to visit your blog. I will be having a look around and am also a new follower on your blog. Take Care. Denise x

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  3. Never heard of Enmarc. I see I am going to be educated here on Who's Who in the scrapping world in SA. hugs Sharon

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