Hi there 🙂 I’m a bit late with this post because of some health issues I’ve been having, but better late than never, right? It’s my last inspiration for this month for the Ching-Chou Kuik Facebook Challenge. Our theme for the month is Make Your Own Background, and this week, the DT was also challenged to use dots and/or stripes. I managed to do both 🙂 I used one of the gorgeous images from THIS set, found at Ching-Chou’s Etsy store. I colored her up with my Copics, going with bold and bright colors against basic black.
For the card base, I went with a shaped, Twisted Easel fold. I inked up a polka dot embossing folder with black oxide ink, and embossed a piece of white paper with each side, before cutting the shapes out with a Sizzix die. With the “make your own background ” and dots parts done, all I needed was to implement stripes 🙂 I cut a couple pieces of striped ribbon and used them, along with a bow from the same ribbon, to begin embellishing my card. A number of die cut flowers and butterflies matched up with the image, and provided a bright pop of color to the background. The sentiment on the fishtail banner serves as a stopper for the easel 🙂
I’d like to enter this in the following:
Lemon Shortbread Challenge – #98 ATG
Digi Choosday Craft Challenge – ATG Week 30
The Paper Shelter Challenge – Summer Break Special Challenge ATG
Crafty Creations – #395 ATG
Cute Card Thursday – #592 No Patterned Papers
This is absolutely fabulous make. Love your design and your coloring is amazing … Thank you for joining us at DIGI CHOOSDAY challenge this week, hope to see you agai
Željka DT xx
Thank you for joining us at challenge Digi Choosday Crafting
Stunning! Thanks for sharing with us at polkadoodles Digi Chooseday hugs Sue x
So stunning! Everything just pops on this super gorgeous card!! Thanks so very much for joining us this time at the Crafty Creations Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)
Gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for participating in our LEMON SHORTBREAD challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper