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”
I was searching through the web and found yet another awesome challenge. This week The Shabby Tea Room challenge theme is “Birthday Bash”. Provided with a scrumptious photo for inspiration we are asked to create a Birthday card or project inspired by the photo and include a cupcake. WIth amazing inspirations from the Design Team I came up with this card. I have been wanting to use this C.C. design digi stamp for awhile and haven’t had a chance so I took this opportunity to enter both All that Scraps challenge and The Shabby Tea room‘s challenge. I must say I really love the color combo on this card and I also used a pop-up technique with the digi stamp.
I know I have been MIA on a few challenges but with this crazy weather my family has been getting sick. Now that everyone is back to normal I can go back to my challenges. So far I made a card for two challenges which are “Transport” – Lili of the Valley CHallengeÂ and Deconstructed Sketch No. 47-Deconstructing Jen. For the “Transport” challenge we had to use a Lili of the valley stamp that had to do with traveling. Being that varies travel with wings they allowed us to use our fairy stamps. For the Deconstructed Sketch we had to follow the sketch below. Now for the items I used on my card.
Stamp: Lili of the Valley, sentiment from SU tiny wishes. -Copic markers and Prisma color pencils. -SU designer paper and PPI card stock. -Ink: SU and tim holtz distress ink. -embelishments:Lace, buttons, twine and paper flowers.
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Here are a few cards I have done in the last couple of weeks and I just wanted to share that with you. If you have a special request please feel free to email me. I will be glad to help you out.
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!!!