I am so happy that Sunday has arrived. I love Sundays it is my favourite day of the week, right next to Wednesdays. It is church time and I love to listen to our Pastor, he can teach the word of God better than anyone I have ever heard. Therefore, I love the days that he is teaching. :)
I have completed two more challenges from Creative Inspiration . One was to create your own background. Now I have to admit that this one did not turn out as I had imagined it. Yes, I did do it exactly the way I planned but some how I thought it would be prettier than it is. I thought the colour would "pop" more. I used Golden's soft gel with Daler-Rowney's blue paint on a TCW stencil. The Butterfly is an unknown stencil. The Celebrate and flower sticker are both from Studio 112.
This challenge required the use of a die cut. The frame is my die cut. On this card I used papers from Photo Play. I just can't get enough of these papers. They are most definitely the best papers I have used. Their quality is remarkable and they are so versatile. As a matter of fact, I have asked my LSS to order in 4 different packages of them for me because right now all I have are two packages of the Plaid4Fun. The frame was cut using a cut file from the Silouette store and cut with my Cameo from plain white cardstock. The lace is Floral Garden. The flower is cut from a cut file from the Silouette store and cut from Bazzil cardstock using my Cameo. The I love you is from the Plaid4Fun package.
I have also done a sketch challenge for Stick it Down
Once again I have used PhotoPlay papers, Plaid4Fun, Bazzil Cardstock, I used my Cameo to cut the flowers. I used Liquitex Blended fiber's with a Tim Holtz stencil for texture and I used Faber-Castell Pitt Artist pen for the "Faux" stitching.
Okay, that's it for now I am off to see what other challenges I can dig my teeth into.
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