A Die for a Sketch
Close-up of image from a Day for Daisies
First of all I want to thank Desire, Doing Life, for her inspiration. I have been following her blog now, for a while and I think centre step cards are her trademark. Also the flower fold is one of her many embellishment tutorials.
Secondly, I was asked to be guest designer for the month of July over at the Outlawz' Tuesday colour challenge. These are a bunch of super talented and supporting ladies together. I just love playing with these colour combo's and the added twists every week and if I had to miss it, there is a hole in my week.
Now, to my project. The designer paper is from Le P'tit bloc from Toga, the image is this week's freebie from A Day for Daisies. With the twist of adding a girly image, she came in very handy. I used two different shades of chalk for distressing the image and I used a dirt pink on the burgundy too. I used a glossy ivory coloured paper for the flower and added some chalk and ink distressing to the edges and finished it of with a brad. Die cuts I used are from spellbinder. Lace and ribbon from my stash.
Challenges I'm joining:
A day for Daisies #73 - Stress it
A die for a sketch #13 - sketch
Catered crop 30/6 - Die cuts / punches
ABC Challenge #35 - Anything goes
Digistamp4Joy #70 - Paper folded embellishments
Cupcake Craft #249 - Anything but square
Dream Valley Challenge #60 - Handmade embellishments
ART Card Challenge #3 - Anything goes
Created with Love #48 - For the girls
Thank you for the visit and hope you come and join us at the Outlawz colour challenge!
Have a fantastic