My DT card for the Feeling Sketchy Challenge Blog features a background stamp from Hero Arts (the optional extra to the sketch this week was to not use patterned paper). I stamped onto white cardstock with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder. I then sprayed with a selection of Perfect Pearl mists. It looks so shimmery in real life its a shame the camera can't pick that up. I then cut the panel into 3 pieces and rounded the corners. The heart is a die cut that has been gold embossed.
I made this card for my Grandson's girlfriend as it was her birthday last weekend. Then I realized it fitted perfectly with the theme for this months challenge over on the Scrapbook Boutique Challenge Blog.
The embossing folder is from Crafts-Too and I inked the inside with "Spun Sugar" Distress Ink before running it through the Cuttlebug. I then embossed a second piece and cut out just the butterfly and adhered in top right hand corner for a 3D effect. Then added some small pink rhinestones. A very quick but pretty card.
Todays card features an image by Heather Valentin. The inspiration this week on the Lacy Sunshine Challenge Blog is "Anything But A Square".
I made my card as a scalloped circle card, not very original I know but I was running out of time to meet the deadline.
My card today features an image from the Fuschia and Hummingbird collection. This new collection by Kris is now available at theImagine That!store. I used the outline version for my card but the collection is available in both outline and colour.
The embossing folder is "Flowers" by Sizzix.
I would also like to enter this card in the following challenges
It's time for a new challenge over on theImagine That! Challenge Blog. This is my first time showcasing a project as a member of the new Design Team. When I first saw this digi I knew immediately the type of card I was going to make. It is such a fun image so I went with vibrant, fun colours with just a touch of glitter.
Everyone who played in the last challenge received this kit for free. If you want to start playing along in the challenges you can purchase your first image in the Imagine That! store. Then every time you play you receive the next image free.
This is sketch we used and I hope my creation can inspire you. This weeks optional extra is to not have a sentiment. So come on over to the Feeling Sketchy Challenge Blog and give the challenge a try. You have until Sunday 19th May to get your entry in.
I used the freebie "Mooning Morris Bullseye" from Heather Valentin to create my monochrome card for the challenge over at the Lacy Sunshine Challenge Blog. I really don't know why I chose green as my colour but I think it suited Morris.
Digi Stamp - Mooning Morris Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug - Spots and Dots Spellbinder dies - Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals Coloured with Prismacolor pencils
This is the card I made for the CDAC (Crafters Digital Art Center) Progressive Challenge. In this challenge you can request the first image for free and by linking your creation on the site it then entitles you to the next image.
I am also entering this card in the Oldie but a Goodie Challenge - April Showers. In this challenge we have to use an item that is six month old or more. My item is the Spellbinders Beaded Oval Die Cut that I dug out of my "I'll use it one day" box.
I have some more wonderful news. Kris from Imagine That! has asked me to be on her Design Team and of course I said yes. I never would of thought I would be doing something like this but I am so excited. I really love using Kris's images because they are so versatile and can be adapted to suit many occasions. So what are you waiting for? Come on over to her store here and have a look around. There is also a challenge currently underway on her Challenge Blog here .
Yes, its official. I have been accepted as a design team member on the Feeling Sketchy ChallengeBlog. This is my first ever experience of being on a design team and I am looking forward to the challenge. So come on over to the Feeling Sketchy Challenge Blog and join in the fun of our challenges.