Hello all my friends in blog-land! Long time, no post! I just haven't been taking the time to get online at home much, since we have diiiiiiiiaaaaaaalllllllllll-uuuuuuuuuuppppppp. And it's sooooooo sloooooowwwwwwww. LOL Really, it just takes forEVER to do anything productive. But enough dribble, I'm sure you'd all really rather see a card!
This is the card I've concocted for the latest prompt over at Jingle Belles, to use a digital image on your card/project. No problem for me, I love digis and have TONS...but I am always collecting more! This cutie comes from Meljen's Designs, and he is called Snow Bunny. Melissa draws the most ADORABLE animals, doesn't she?? I guess I went pretty traditional with the colors on this image. I had fun adding puffy paint to his hood and sleeve trim! And of course, I snazzed up the snow mounds with some Stickles. Lately, I have been experimenting making flowers out of dryer sheets. Mostly I was just die cutting them with circles and scalloped circles, but this time I decided to try using the Flower Layers Sizzix die. Worked like a charm! The sheet was first sprayed with my own homemade glimmer mist, I let it dry, then die cut it, and added gold Stickles around the edges before assembly. I also crinkled up the layers first too. I'm rather pleased with my results! I haven't added a sentiment yet, just because I didn't take the time to! :) Well, that's it for this long winded post. Take care! :)
Love that cute little bunny with the fuzzy trim ... so glad you joined us at jingle belles.ReplyDelete
Great card Marie! Love the flower! Can you point me to directions for making them?ReplyDelete
oh ♥WOW♥ you MADE that gorgeous layered flower??! and with that ordinary old skool sizzix die and a DRYER SHEET??!?!?! ok, i'm gonna have to try that ASAP b/c it's magnificent, and honestly, the first thing in my comment was going to be, "where did you get that AMAZING flower??!" ♥♥♥, missus!ReplyDelete
Such a cute image on your card and I love that big flower.ReplyDelete
What a totally cute card! :)ReplyDelete
Cute image and I love the sparkly edges on the flower.ReplyDelete