For my DT card this week with Imagine That Digi Stamps I used a sweet image, sentiment and little bees drawn from two digi sets named Bee Girl and Bee Boy. [You can find them designer/owner of Imagine That, Kris Breach, provides her DTs with a coupon code that allows any friends a discount on their next digi or der. If you stop by the shop I know that you'll find lots of digis that you'll want to add to your collection.
I colored Bee Girl with Spectrum Noir and a Sakura Gelly Roll white gel pen, fussy cut her out and set her aside. I next created the background by punching hexagons with a Fiskars punch to create a honeycomb pattern. When I laid the Bee Girl image atop the honeycomb she was a little overwhelmed with the background so I added a piece of yellow vellum to separate the two. Finished the card off with the sentiment from a digi set and perched a little bee digi from one of the digi sets top the sentiment. For the inside of the card, I used another sentiment from the set, another little bee, and scraps of paper and vellum.
- Monday Greeting Challenge- Wings, Butterflies, Bugs
- Three B's (birds, bees, butterflies - use any or all)
- Festive Fridays
Had fun making this simple card scraps of yellow papers and a free sunrays template that I found HERE. I sketched a simple sunglass frame onto a scrap of colored cardstock, The sentiments are computer generated using a fun font named Jokerman.
- Songs and Rhymes-
- #Anything Goes
Wanted to make a card to enter into Power Poppy's new Challenge "Background Check." The instructions noted- "It's as simple as making sure your background really sings and helps give depth and dimension to your stamped image. We want to break out of our background boxes and make sure the color we add is for a reason and has a purpose in bringing our image to life!"
-Power Poppy- Creative Confetti-
- #388 Stripes and/or Dots