Hi all! It’s time for another amazing challenge from Digi Darla! This weeks theme is ” Use your favorite die cut”. For me it was a bit hard to choose a fav because I love so many but I gotta say that the “Label Nine” Nestabilites is my fav. It’s just so versatile. This week’s challenge is being sponsored by Delicious Doodles. The winner will recieve 4 free digi images! Yay! So lets see those amazing creations using your fav die cut.
Here is mine using Digi Darla’s Grace Awaits
Â Hey guys, here is another card I made for Digi Darla’sÂ “Festive flowers” challenge. This challenge is extra special because 100% of the proceeds from the digi carla “Susana Shopper” stamp will go to the children in Nicaragua. Kim was inspired and moved after her visit to Nicaragua so please check out Digi Darla and help support her mission.
I have also entered this in the ABC DT challenge “anything goes”
For the friends forever card I used a new tiddlyinks stamp. I also incorporated some new digital techniques I learned from Lucy of Lucys Cards. The designer paper I used for this card were all from digi kits and I used Microsoft word to resize and color to my liking. The sentiment stamp is from SU and I used my nestabilities to cut it. I used copic markers to color in the girls. For this card I used a sketch from deconstructing jen’s current challenge.
I will be entering this card in the Deconstructing Jen challenge and tiddlyinks Friends challenge
This Card is also entered in the DDchallenge
Here are some custom order requests I’ve done recently. I really enjoyed making these personal cards for my customers. Sometimes I might not have a card in stock that you may want but feel free to email me and I will be more than happy to make it for you. I would greatly appreciate some feedback on what other types of greetings you would like to see in my shop. Thanks guys!!!
These are some of the few cards I made with my Cricut. I really enjoyed being able to use so many different techniques to create these cards. Like distressing, embossing and even faux stitching.