- use only ONE Designer Paper
- limitless layers
My base is Martha Stewart Cardstock that I purchased in a huge pack on sale at Michael's. The next layer is SU! Tempting Turquoise...my favorite all time color in crafting! The sparkly red paper is Doodlebug designs 'sugar coated' designer paper that I just picked up the other night at The Paper Source. I'm hoarding it by only using a little because I love it so much! LOL!
You'll notice that I used a cool loopy stitch on my NEW! sewing machine to stitch those 3 layers together. I then colored up my cutie pie with my Copics and Sakura Gel Pens. I also added some glittery fun with my glue pen and Martha Stewart glitter in Turquoise. I backed my image with black cardstock and adhered it with pop dots.
My buttons are from my LSS, decorated with ribbon and cord and adhered with pop dots. Lastly, I tied a pretty, sheer, turquoise ribbon in a loose knot a the bottom to balance everything out.
I hope you enjoy my creation!!
Don't forget to head over to TCC to see what fab new images are out!!
We'd love for you to come play along with us using this week's challenge!!! You could win 2 free TCC images!!! Please link your creation in my comments section to be entered to win!!!
I also want to announce the winner of the adorable Love Bug Cupid image that I used on last weeks New Release Blog Hop. My winner is Mary!!! YAY!! This is a super cute image for that lovey dovey day!! Mary - head over to The Character Cafe Store in order to contact Kendra with your e-mail address so she can send you your new image!!!
Don't forget to check out my fellow DT Member's creations this week as well!!
Thanks for visiting!!
meredith this is sooo adorable!! Great job.
You did a great job on this I love the blues and reds and you totally rocked Lola's challenge!!!
I am off to add your link to my participants right now sorry about that!!!
What a beautiful card! I am so excited that I won the digi stamp from the blog hop! Can't wait to use it! Such a cute stamp! I'm on my way over now to give my email address!!! Thanks again!!
Wow! The Title gives the description itself. Good thing you have this site.
I just LOVE the stitching... so cool! The way you did the music notes in red works so well too, and of course, the glitter (what's a project without glitter right?)!!! Great job :)
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