I have a lovely Eureka sentiment for this weeks challenge card. The card was assembled using papers and diecut embellishments from Papermania’s Bellissima line and the frame cut using a decorative die from Sue Wilson for Creative expressions.
For the new challenge at Creative Moments the theme is flags. This week, no flag is more appropriate than the Union flag. Such tragedy has hit the United Kingdom over the last two months that our union must be celebrated. I am praying for all those involved and who live in the area and send condolences to all those bereaved or still searching for loved ones.
My card is almost too cheerful for a post such as this, but that is the nature of the digistamp from Bugaboo.
This week I have made a cards using a decorative sentiment from:
It does look like I have beautiful handwriting and am capable of wonderful calligraphy. Alas no…but who needs to? I printed and cut the sentiment digistamp and cut it out using a Spellbinder die. The card is assembled using Hunkydory “Bygone Times” elements and papers. Please take a look at the other DT inspiration and enter the challenge here.
Yes I know Easter was last week but here is a card I made using an image from:
This is one of the simplest of cards, in that the imge, with added sentiment, was printed, coloured and cut out with a Spellbinders Grand die. It was then mounted using foam pads onto a 6 x 6 white card.
I have treated today’s digistamp as 3 separate ones. I have used:
From Creative Bug Digital Stamps. The first thing I did was to print onto Neenah card and colour with a combination of Promarker and Spectrum Noir pens. I also printed the message and die cut to size UsIng Spellbinders and mounted it to match the coloured images. Oh and if you were wondering, the owl is tucked inside the card as a surprise for my owl-loving sister.
I coloured the sweet fairy and her friends using Promarkers and embellished with some wooden lasercut toadstools, which are also coloured. The sentiment was typed onto the page before printing – all ready for Mothering Sunday, next weekend. The wings were printed separately to allow me to shape and decoupage them for dimension.