Our March sponsor at The Outlawz Coloring Challenges is Sweet Pea Stamps, who is offering our lucky winner four digis of his/her choice from the Sweet Pea Digi Stamp Store. Play along with us for your chance to win!
Here's my card for this week with Sweet Pea/Lisa Victoria's Dragon Luck.
Dragon Luck was resized in PhotoElements, printed out onto Neenah cardstock using my laser printer, then colored with Copic markers. The stamp panel was die-cut using one of the dies from Straight Rectangle Multi-Frames die set (Nellie Snellen).
The next largest die from this set was used to die-cut the semi-solid patterned paper from the Sweet Threads 6x6 pad (Basic Grey). A Scalloped Ribbon Border die (Die-namics) and one of the dies from the Conversation Bubble 2 set (Spellbinders) were used to die-cut the stripey paper from the Sweet Threads pad. The Hello die (Elizabeth Craft Designs) was placed in the center of the Conversation Bubble and run through my beloved oft-used Big Kick. Hello was also die-cut from semi-solid paper left over from the mat layer then inset into the Conversation Bubble.
For some bizarre reason, I decided to run stitches through the holes in the Conversation Bubble. Since I'm needle-impaired, this step probably took longer than resizing the image, printing it out, coloring, and die-cutting all the elements of the card. Miraculously, no blood was shed in this process.
All edges of the patterned paper were sponged with Gathered Twigs Distress ink, then sheer ladybug patterned ribbon was layered over the scalloped border die.
Thanks for visiting today!
I shall enter this card in the following challenges:
• Creative Moments Challenges: Anything Goes/Spring Greens
• Scrapy Land Challenges: Anything Goes/Dies
• Creative Card Crew Challenges: Green