I don't normally do 2 cards at the same time for a challange but I liked the image. The image is from the progressive challenge at D2D. If you like the image you can purchase it for $2.00 at their digi shop.
I colored the images with copics. Used some sandable paper for the card on both. The "Live Life Creatively" stickers is from one of those $1.00 packs at JoAnns. And the "Life is but a dream" I belive is from K&Company but not sure. Each metal "ladybug" embellishment on both cards consists of 2 hearts and 1 "s".
This is my card for the progressive challenge from D2D this week. If you did not participate in last weeks challenge you can get the image from their store. This pic does not do the card justice. My scanner blurred it. The digi is colored in copics. The pattern paper is from K&Company. The rhinestones are irocks. The little ladybug on the right made from 2 random jewels that I colored with the copics to look "ladybug" and then the body/head are metal dots from the scrapbook section at JoAnn's. The tag that the ladybug is flying with says "The world is but a canvas to the imagination". The 2 ladybugs tipping the jar over are from a Recollections pack bought from Michael's.
Cute Caroline is from the progressive challenge at D2D. If you missed getting her for free you can purchase her at their store. I colored her with copics and the glittered copics. The oval behind her is chipboard covered in Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Tattered Angels Pearl Glimmer Mist. The rest of the supplies are out of the scrap box.
This is another card created during my time at my parents the week of SuperBowl and lots of cold weather. The digi is from Hambo Challenges. It is a progressive challenge and this is my first entry. The digi is colored with copics. the sentiment is a vellum piece from a JoAnn's Family quote pad. The paper is from the scrap pile. The footballs are cut with the cricut using the Everydau Paper Dolls cartridge and a white gel pen was used for the lacing. The white stitching on the sentiment border is also the white gel pen. The flowers are mix and match pieces put together from the flower stash my mom and I have.
I had a lot of fun building this card. This is 1 of 4 cards created during my stay at my parents house this last week. My son and I vacated our home in Arlington, TX so we would be able to avoid the SuperBowl madness and don't forget that crazy winter weather we had!! By the way they say we could get more tonight and tomorrow. :(
Anyways back to the card... This card actually has two digis from C2D. The large heart and cat on the top of the pile was an extra digi sent to those of us who participated in last weeks Delightful Inspiration progressive challenge. This week is the 1st week of Feb. so the digi is free it is the heart minus the cat and if you participate in this weeks challenge you will get next weeks digi for free. You can find the free digi and challenge at Delightful Inspiration progressive challenge. If you did not participate last week and want to use the heart with cat digi you can find it in the Designed2Delight digital stampsshop.
I created my image in photoshop. I used the heart digi to created the pile and then added the heart w/ cat digi on top. It was my the first thought I had when I saw the 2 digis and I think I pulled it off pretty well. I colored the image with copics and thne used the Milled Lavendar Distress Ink by Tim Holtz to shade the paper around the image.
I put a brown shimmer page from the DCWV Shimmer Premium Stack. The rest of the paper came from the scrap pile. The sticker sentiment is from the K&Company package Kelly Panacci Valentine Embossed Stickers. The flowers were not from any specific package in fact the all came from flower bunches my mom and I had purchased last year and pulled apart so that we could mix and match as we wished. I had to color the brads with yellow copic marker Y06 because I could not find the right size brad in yellow in our stash of things.
Ok I am done now. Hope you like the card. It is one of my favorites.
Here is my latest card. The snowman with birdie digi is from theDelightful Inspiration progressive challenge. If you did not participate last week you can find the digi in Designed2Delight digital stampsshop. My sketch is from Sweet Stampin Challenge Blog. Again colored with copic markers. I used a snow marker at the base of the snowman and on the green background since the snowman is raised with foam squares. I am trying to use up some of the scraps in my box and as a result all paper used for this card was scrap. The sentiment came from the BW Evergreen Embossed Stickers package by K&Company. The gems are i-rock gems which are new to our stash and I absolutly love them! The heating tool is so nice and easy to use...no more trying to glue the gems down!!!
I am entering the card in the following challenges:
To start with I scanned this card and with the quilled ballons it made the the paper fuzzy. As soon as I can take a digital photo I am going to add it. The cute digi came from the Delightful Insperation progressive challenge. If you did not participate last week you can find the digi in Designed2Delight digital stamps shop. I colored it with copics and then used the melon glitter copic marker on the ribbon of the gift. The red and teal papers plain cardstock from JoAnn's. The blue patterend paper and the circled paper are from a pack from JoAnns but I cant remember which one. The circle paper was origanlly white with black but I colored it with Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Antique Linen. I quilled the balloons and the ribbon was from JoAnns. I contiuned the glitter on the balloons and gave the patterened paper some glam. I then stamped the Happy Birthday! with black ink and clear gittler pen.
I was shooting for a guy card. Did it work? I received this super cute digi from the Delightful Insperation progressive challenge. If you did not participate last week you can find the digi in Designed2Delight digital stamps shop. I colored the cupcake with copics and the clear glitter pen by copics and raised it with foam blocks. The patterend and green paper came from JoAnn's. The xoxoxo stamp and the love u always stamp were from Dollar stamps packs from Michaels. I think the red heart came from Hobby Lobby last year.
This is my entry for the Delightful Inspiration January Freebie Challenge. I love this cute little sheep and you can purchase it at the D2D Shop. I cut the head and heart out and put on with foam squares. I colored the sheep with copics and the heart with the red glitter pen by cpoic. All the paper came from my scrap box.
I am also entering the card in the following challenges: