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Monday, 9 February 2015

Crafting From The Heart - Challenge 46

Good morning crafters and followers.  My post today is my take on an image from Dilly Beans Stamps who is the sponsor at the new challenge on Crafting From The Heart.

Our challenge theme is 'Anything Goes' and
Our sponsor is

Dilly Beans

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Rivers Scarf Digi Stamps from Dilly Beans Stamps
Copic markers - E0000 | E00 | E21 skin
                           E55 | E57 | E59 hair
                           YG61 | YG63 | YG67 body
                           G24 | G28 | G29 Hat
                           B91 | BV13 | R17
7x7 cream card base
Black card for matting, flowers and leaves
patterned paper
cream card for lace die cut, frame and flowers
Marianne flower die
Sue Wilson flower die and leave die
flower gems
Tonic square layering die

  1. as always I printed my digi image out onto copic xpressit card and left for at least 24 hours to dry
  2. I then coloured her in using the copic markers listed above and I fussy cut her out together with a mat.
  3. I then cut my black mat 6.5" x 6.5".  I also cut my flowers and leaves from the middle of this piece of card to save on card basically.
  4. I then cut a piece of cream card 6x6" and cut a square out of the middle, and a piece of patterned paper 6x6".  The paper was a freebie from one of the tattered lace magazines.
  5. My lace half circles were die cut using  a tonic die, leaving an edge and then fixed to the inside of my frame.
  6. My patterned paper is attached to my black mat and my frame and lace die cuts are raised slightly with 3d foam.
  7. Finally I arranged my image, flowers and leaves.  All finished off with 2 flower gems in blue to match the scarf on my image.
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  1. Hi Kandis, A fabulous card and image. Thank you for a great challenge this week.

    Hugs Erin xx

  2. This is gorgeous, love the cute image and gorgeous design.
    Linda xxx

  3. Hi Kandis this is a gorgeous card. The image is beautiful. Hugs Jackie