It's time for a new linky party to begin at Make It Monday . We had so many wonderful entries last week and are hoping for lots more this week. I hope you are managing to get to some of the other blogs and check out the wonderful creations!
Congratulations go to Kerry as our featured artist and to Kit as the winning commenter. This week we are being sponsored by the very creative Rick St Dennis and I chose this delightful digi called A Stitch In Time to work with. I hope you like what I did with it.
Here it is........
This first picture was done in the scanner with the card closed
and the second one here was taken outside on the cane chair with the card opened.
and the last one is a close up of the image itself....
Pale Grey cardstock from Stash
SU Daffodil Delight cardstock for mattes
SU Night of Navy( I think) cardstock for mattes
Background was an steampunk style image I found on the net and printed onto white cardstock
White cardstock from stash
Image is from Rick St. Dennis and is called A Stitch In Time - printed onto white card and the corners cut off to let the blue card show through
Nestie Die - Classic Circles - small:
Punches - Scalloped Oval and Large Oval
DS Tape Roller
I am entering my card in the following challenges:
Challenges 4 Everybody - Challenge #29 ~ Anything Goes
Come and Get it Challenges - Happy birthday
The Squirrel and the Fox - Challenge#53 ~ Happy Birthday
Chocolate, Coffee & Cards - Challenge #48 ~ Anything Goes
Our sponsor is Rick St Dennis and he is offering the winning commenter 2 Digis of their choice from his etsy shop
It's POTW Time - Yeah!!!!
I've chosen two entries. The first one is this lovely encouraging card from Pia at Pias Papir op Perler and you can find it here
Don't forget to pop on over to as many of the other entries as you can. Some lucky person will be the winner of Rick's marvellous digital images.
Thanks for stopping by,