This weeks challenge is easy...just use a digi, which most of us do now adays, anyways. I know I hardly ever use my hard stamps anymore. Maybe once in a while for sayings, but even then not too often. This week I got to pick a digi from Bonna at Kelley's Kids. I picked this one called "Miss May Spray". This was a tough one for me because of the water. I tried to get opinions on it and they were mixed, so I just decided to leave it as it was. I'll try and do better next week. All the papers were from my scrap pile, not sure who made the butterfly, and the rubons are from American Crafts.
Recipe: digi-Kelley's Kids "Miss May Spray", paper-scraps, rubons-American Crafts, distress inks-"tea dye", "weathered wood", and "broken china", stickles-"waterfall", and punch-Martha Stewart's "Floral Lace"
I didn't like the way my first card came out so I made a new one using the freebie from this weeks newsletter. It's free to sign up, so there's no excuse not to. Plus, you get wonderful freebies from some terrific designers. I followed the sketch from FTTC this week. The papers are from MME. I used two sizes of scalloped circles dies to cut out my digi, added some ribbon, flowers and a tag that I printed out on my computer, cut out with a Labels" die and distressed with ink in Broken China from Tim Holtz.
Recipe-digi- Kelley's Kids "Polly in her Night Shirt" paper-MME "Love Me Do", flowers-Prima "Fleurs de Prima" and Colorbok, ribbons-Maya Road (red) and the white is scrap, ink-Tim Holtz distress ink "Broken China", pearls-Kaiser Crafts, die cuts-Scallop Circles & Labels.
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