Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Delightful Challenges Keep it Simple and Easter Accessories Set

Easter Accessories Set
For My DT card, this week I used  Wendy's cute digital stamp set called Easter Accessories Set.  I just loved the Easter Basket.  My background papers were from my stash.  My image was colored and shaded with copic markers.  My ribbon was by SU.  Very simple but cute little Easter Card!

This week's theme :
Keep It Simple

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Delightful Challenges Of Add A Flourish & Heavenly Background

For my Delightful Challenge card I made a baby card for a shower that I have next month.  I used Wendy's adorable image called  Heavenly Background.  My cloud was shaded and colored with copics.  Dazzling diamonds from SU was used on my image for shine and bling.  My background papers are from Bazzill. My backgrounds were embossed with my cuttlebug folders.   My background flourishes are from my Sizzex die cut.  Flowers and rhinestones were from my stash!

We have a fun new challenge for you.
We'd like you to 

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Delightful Challenges: Use Hearts, Music or Letters and Guitar Maycee and Musical Accessories!

guitar Maycee and music notes

For My Delightful Challenge DT card for today, I used Guitar Maycee and Musical Accessories Set.
My images were printed out on my HP printer and then colored and shaded with my copic markers.  My cardstock is by Studio Calico and Bazzill.  I cut out my images and used spellbinders for my flourish in the corner.  
Guitar Maycee  Guitar Maycee (colored)
Guitar Maycee
Musical accessories set  Musical accessories set (colored)
Musical Accessories Set

This week's theme :
Love Notes 
(add a heart, music or letters)
Challenge Rules below

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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Creative Card Crew Challenge of Kiss and or Keep it Simple.

For this Challenge I created a cute little Valentine candy treat bag!  My image was colored and shaded with copic markers.  My valentine heart card stock was a scrap from my stash!

Can you believe that we are ready for this fortnights challenge!

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This is the prize that you may win from Marianne Designs.

5 Digi images

Our challenge is KISS (Keep it Simple & Sweet)
 This is a hard one for many of us.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Delightful Challenges Anything Goes! New Release Daisy Bo Beep!

Daisy Bo Peep by Denise Cayce
For our Delightful Challenge for today of Anything goes, I used one of Wendy's New Releases called
Daisy Bo Beep.  For my card I used some of Wendy's digital papers as well.  I just love the daisies!  My image was colored and shaded using copic markers.  My ribbons are from my stash as well as my green brads and rhinestones.   What a delightful spring card!

Our Challenge for this week is "Anything Goes"
You are not required to use a Digital Delights 
Image to join in the fun 
but if you do, you can enter THAT project TWICE.
To enter twice when using a Digital Delight image,
for your 1st entry use your card link.
For your 2nd entry use your blog address
 and add "2nd entry" after your name

Otherwise, only ONE entry person
**Please be sure to follow the challenge theme and rules or it will be removed.
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Monday, February 3, 2014

Monday Tutorial Delightful Challenges Making Coordinating Distressed Flowers

For my Valentine Image I used one of Wendy's Delightfully cute images called Lovin and relaxin Barnaby!
Lovin and relaxin BarnabyLovin and relaxin Barnaby (colored)

While making my Valentine, I did not have any flowers that coordinated with my card so I simply made one out of a couple of pieces of coordinating cardstock.

 I simply tore 2 pieces of cardstock left over from my card.  They do not have to be perfectly torn.  One piece needs to be just a little larger than the other.

 I colored the edges of my cardstock with my ink pad.  For this one I used red.

I then crinkled up each piece and glued them both together.  (I took a third piece and did the same thing to the middle too)  

A simple flower was created for my distressed look card with little money!

What a great way to make co-ordinating flowers.
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