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February Challenge!

February 7, 2015

Who do you admire most in this world?

Everyone has someone that inspires them along the way , helps them to grow and is always there in times of need…

This month for our challenge we thought that it was a good chance to not only reflect on this person but to create something based on them! We want to know who the superhero is in your life and for them to be reflected in your work this month! We are happy for entries to be layouts, cards or an off the page item and would really like to know in the comments why you chose this particular person…

Screen Shot 2015-02-06 at 8.29.10 amThe rules: On the first Saturday of each month a new challenge will be posted here on the blog. You can enter as many times as you like in the month, as long as each piece of your work falls under the category of the set challenge.

To enter, leave us a comment on the challenge post with a link to a picture of your work. Find FULL terms and conditions here.

The deadline: The last day of the set challenge month at 11.59pm AEST

The prize: 1st PLACE: A full Kaisercraft collection of your choice

2nd PLACE: A Kaisercraft scrap pack in the collection of your choice

GOOD LUCK x

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14 Comments

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 10, 2015 at 3:28 am

    I have someone in mind.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 16, 2015 at 10:01 am

    I’ve been ill, but now getting set to make something.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 18, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/59232927@N08/15948992903/
    I have several superheroes and I can’t just choose one, so this is the first entry for me. This is a journal page in honour of my partner Simon. Really feel as if he’s just perfect for me. He’s always there for me and so he’s the first person I turn to in troubled times. His solutions are the best. If there’s no solution, he comforts me and helps me through it. Best friend, lover, everything. I just find it impossible to cope without him.
    I used the Garage Days collection (with a bit of spray mist) as he’s always driving me around to places but also often gives lifts to other people he knows. I found a random photo of a car and made a template from it. I used embossing powders for the colours, except on the screen and grill, where I used Promarkers and a little silver gel pen.

  • Reply Rosslyn Coutts February 20, 2015 at 10:44 am

    http://i1102.photobucket.com/albums/g455/Rozzy62/DSC01063_zps7szegvn9.jpg I had a real think about this page and even though my mother has passed away I thought I would share this page. She was and still is an inspiration to me…she had TB as a young woman and back in those times it was before the drugs they use now. She was very ill and was given 6 hours to live at one stage.She recovered and married but was told she could not have any children..after 5 years my sister was born( when the doctors wanted her to have an abortion) and my mother had 4 girls altogether. Her strong faith in God helped her throughout her years. She lived to be 90. I myself have been very ill and in hospital for 3 months at a time with depression and undergoing ECT. I am ok at the moment and the reason I put this page up is to say that my mothers influence has also helped me through those terrible times and also my husband who has been wonderful when I have been sick..and have included the family as no matter what happens in life family is all that matters. I am content with the simple things in life and my family is precious to me..I have used Lavender Haze for this page.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 21, 2015 at 12:49 am

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/59232927@N08/16590504865/
    I used Basecoat paper, stickers and a die-cut for this little creation. The imitation china knobs are card candi by Craftwork Cards. My brother started off as a carpenter and still makes bespoke pieces of furniture even though he’s now a builder. He also recycles old pieces too, but usually just for family. He’s my hero as I think he was very brave taking a chance on joining a partnership and then becoming self-employed at a time of recession years ago. He’s been very successful and was even named as European Builder of the Year once, but his heart lies with wood. He’s a kind and generous man who is willing to do anything for anyone. He’s easy to get along with too as he has a winning personality. When I was a child he often took me out on trips and we had fun days I still fondly remember.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 21, 2015 at 12:54 am

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/59232927@N08/16590504865/
    I used Basecoat paper, stickers and a die-cut for this little creation. The imitation china knobs are card candi by Craftwork Cards. My brother started off as a carpenter and still makes bespoke pieces of furniture even though he’s now a builder. He also recycles old pieces too, but usually just for family. He’s my hero as I think he was very brave taking a chance on joining a partnership and then becoming self-employed at a time of recession years ago. He’s been very successful and was even named as European Builder of the Year once, but his heart lies with wood. He’s a kind and generous man who is willing to do anything for anyone. He’s easy to get along with too as he has a winning personality. When I was a child he often took me out on trips and we had fun days I still fondly remember.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 21, 2015 at 2:18 am

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/59232927@N08/16565276626/
    This is a ship I made with my own template (not bought, but designed by me from scratch) using both Basecoat and Check In collections, papers, stickers and die-cuts. I inked a lolly-pop stick for the mast and used some Baker’s twine and a metal star fish embellishment.
    This is dedicated to my dad, who was in the navy as a young man following a long family tradition. He travelled all over the world and really enjoyed exploring abroad. My dad was a people magnet, very out-going and friendly who could make friends with just about anyone, always smiling no matter what and able to look on the brighter side of life, relaxed and easy going. He was my best friend until I met my current partner too, but we were always very close. We had many shared interests and enjoyed spending lots of time together. I was heart-broken when he died from cancer, but I try to remember the good times and that ever present smile, never far from his lips, which cheered me up on even the darkest days. My handsome, brainy dad.

  • Reply Debbie Siddle February 22, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Ooops, meant to point out that my father was named after a ship, also traditional in my family, hence his name on the side of my little ship.

  • Reply Erica Houghton February 22, 2015 at 2:51 pm

    I featured a photo of my mom – my superhero. She is loving, kind, generous, thoughtful and supportive. I am thankful and so blessed to call her ‘mom’.

  • Reply Erica Houghton February 23, 2015 at 12:49 pm

    I featured a photo of my mom – my superhero. She is loving, kind, generous, thoughtful and supportive. I am thankful and so blessed to call her ‘mom’.

    Link: http://ericahoughton.blogspot.com/2015/02/scrap-africa-challenge-no44-diecut.html

  • Reply Kat February 25, 2015 at 9:23 am

    I made an off the page item insprired by one that my mum had made. http://katscraft.tumblr.com/post/111987041948/kaisercraft-february-challenge
    My mum is without a doubt the person I admire most in the world – intelligent, strong, caring and a talented crafter. She is always there for me in times of need – whether I need emotional support during rough times or crafty advice and inspiration.

  • Reply snazzyjj February 25, 2015 at 2:43 pm

    My husband, Jeff, is a superhero. He not only looks great in a cape, he also is so patient and caring with me and our sons. He’s always there for us, and has protected us. He even has super powers! He can find anything that’s been misplaced (especially my glasses!), he can fix anything (he is an engineer, after all), and he is super smart. I am one lucky girl.

    This layout was created with Kaisercraft’s XO collection.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/100243454@N04/16454231659/

  • Reply Mazz February 26, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    My husband Ian (aka Biggles) is my HERO….my BFF and my soulmate….
    I have used the Wanderlust collection to enter this month’s challenge. Details with links and closies are here: http://mazzarati.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/biggles-my-hero.html
    TFL all & thanks to Alison Bevis on Kaisercraft DT for her inspiration and the whole Kaisercraft team for the FUN challenge ;)

  • Reply Romy February 28, 2015 at 4:11 am

    My dad is my hero, as he is very much down to earth and lives in the here and now instead of worrying about the future or regretting the past. He’s therefore definitely someone whom I can learn a lot of :)
    This is my take on the challenge: http://scrapstuffandmore.blogspot.nl/2015/02/my-dad-imaginarium-designs-kaisercraft.html
    I used the Sears and Sons collection, but also included some bits of Attitude and St. Nicholas.

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