Good morning and Happy Monday my crafty friends!
Back in the fall I won a Whimsie Doodles challenge, and was asked to guest for the month of February, using their ever famous adorable images. Of course, I jumped at the chance and said YES!
So today I'm sharing two very different projects that I created using some of their new images that are currently in their store.
First up, I made this card using their new digi image, Dressy Girl. She is just perfect for just about any occasion, IMHO.
This little cutie was brought to life with my Copics. I used some new designer papers from the American Crafts/My Girl collection which just screams spring and girly-love as well as cardstock from DCWV! The sentiment comes from the Taylored Expressions Many Minis - Occasions sentiment stamp set. I used a Recollections flower and then made a rolled flower using some of the scraps from the paper pad and stuck it inside as center. I then centered all of that with a self-adhesive Recollection pearl and then added some more in various sizes in the corners.
My next project features a new digi image called Present Jayson. I decided to make a tag instead of a card - maybe for one of the men in my family when it's gift giving time.
I colored Jayson in Copics. I started things off by making a tag and a star out of some Paper Studio Kraft cardstock with my Cricut Expresssion. I then distressed all my hand-torn dp's (excuse me but I don't remember who the dp is by!!!) and cardstock with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I even distressed the flax Twinery twine in it as well. I then stamped the star with a sentiment from the Penny Black Mimi in Paris stamp set. I also stamped the tag with a background stamp from an old Creative Memories stamp set. A button and some ribbon in my stash pulled it all together.
Thanks for stopping by today and taking a peek!! Hope you all have a fabulous day!
Challenges4Everybody - Anything Goes
Come and Get It Challenges - Make it Girly *card*
Dream Valley Challenges - Tag You're It
Lacy Sunshine Challenge Blog - Use a Sentiment