I had such a lovely time making up these DT cards.
The digis are wonderful to work with and colour. The first digi comes from Glitterbabes and was made into a card using papers from Daisy Trail. Though it was the winter set I loved the way the paper looked like driftwood. I had a happy accident with the printed image that got creased as my daughter climbed over it on the sofa. I screwed up the bottom even more than used the creases as a base for my rocks.
The second was coloured slightly differently and assembled using Debbi More papers and embellishments from one of her inspiration magazines.
I love this little mouse digi that is from Floppy Latte I have seen the sentiment used with rain images on a few occasions before, so printed this out using the computer. I don’t usuallydo the super embellished cards but I wanted something really special to send to a much loved relative.
Hope you like the DT cards. Enter the challenge by clicking the logo to the right.
This is a Teddy Bo digi coloured with Promarkers. I was pleased with the translucent effect of the balloons . I wanted to keep the embellishments to a minimum so as not to detract from the colouring.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
http://teddybochallenge.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/birthday-fairytale-friday.html – Birthday
http://atcswithattitude.blogspot.co.uk/ – Anything goes, tag or sentiment
http://www.ladyanneschallenges.com/sentimental-friday.html – must have sentiment
http://funwithshapesandmore.blogspot.co.uk/ – use a die cut and not square
http://digihaven.blogspot.ca/ – digi , plus sparkles & bling
http://stampinfortheweekend.blogspot.co.uk/ – Anything goes
http://wagsnwhiskersrubberstamps.blogspot.co.uk/ – Celebrations
I have started scrapbooking this winter using Serif programs on my new laptop. This was a little play I had with a fun Christmas day pic.
I am entering my 1st scrapbooking challenge at http://cardsgalorescrapbookchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ where the theme is anything goes 🙂
The clocks for this card are from The Cutting Café – I decided to use the time theme to make a belated birthday card. I cut and arranged them and finished with a Steampunk Kanban stamped image called Jasper and some sentiments. This was challenging as I love colour!
My second card was a cheat as I had to resort to colour but I kept it monotone I used a Cutting Crew clock but covered the face with a thank you sentiment. The dressform is from Kanban again. I wanted to use the clocks to link to Steampunk.
Tried to pick my top 5 Christmas Cards – I ended up with 7. Next year I’ll be making many more Christian Christmas cards – although I made a fair few this year, I didn’t photograph them all as come December I was just trying to make and send.
Happy new year to you all! PLease keep reading my posts into 2013.