is designed for St. Valentines day but I was making Christmas cards and the pattern on her dress put me in mind of a row of Christmas trees. I snipped out the valentine’s heart and mounted with Christmas trim upcycled from one of last year’s cards. Don’t you just love it when digistamps are super versitile? Have a look at the Creative Moments challenge blog for more inspiration with this digi.
I have used a pre-coloured digistamp from The Paper Shelter for today’s CAS card. Ihave paired it with an sentiment I saw somewhere which just matches! Just one square of patterenedpaper was used from my stash to make the border mat. I sell some of my cards in a coffee shop so this card will go in the rack there.
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace:
I have made a musical card for today’s project. The Digistamp is from The Paper Shelter, and is called Cecilia. I have coloured her using my ever-trusty Promarkers, using the following colours:
Hair: Buttercup, Mustard, Sandstone, Cocoa
Skin: Sunkissed Pink, Blush
Dress: Pear Green, Moss
‘Cello: Walnut, Rosewood, Terracotta, Honeycomb
The papers I have used are called Prima Botanical and were free a while ago with the magazine, Simply Cards and Papercraft. The sentiment stamp was free from the same magazine and is stamped onto a fussy-cut segment from the paper pad.
I cut the music from a Sizzix decorative strip – my Sizzix dies are rather neglected since I bought my Grand Calibur, but still have so much to offer.