It’s time for a new challenge at Di’s Digi Designs – the challenge for the next two weeks is Spots and Dots.
Since I was so far behind at Christmas time this year, I decided it’s time for me get a few Valentine cards made. I just love this color palette with the pinks and burgundies accented with gray and black!
Our FABULOUS Sponsor this fortnight is THE CHARM BARN (Winner pays shipping if any) Prize will be $10 voucher to the shop.
The Charm Barn offers a great selection of charms and scrapbook embellishments for any craft project. You will find themed charm sets that include Animals, Western, Fashion, Sports, Awareness Ribbons, and Holiday Themed Charms. The charms can be used for crafting projects including wine glass charms, wedding favors, greeting cards, bead projects, scrapbooking, hair bows, and jewelry creations.
If you prefer rubber stamps over digi stamps, Di has just released some gorgous new stamps. CANDIBEAN release 2 now is available, take a peek at these awesome rubber stamps and please go and check out some of the fabulous creations on the LittleDarlingsblog. they are GORGEOUS!!! They have also added them to Di’s Digistore, Candibean tab!!!
Image: Love Bears – Di’s Digi Stamps
Papers: Sweet Owl – Shery K Designs (the banner is just one of the elements that is included with the papers along with several alphabets)
Die: Love – PaperTrey Ink (I just purchased this from last month’s release – I think I’ll be using it a lot!), Hearts – Simon Says
Embellishment: Stickles for a bit of sparkle
I keep trying to figure out what my style of card is. I love looking at other designers card with all of the flowers and die cuts but I struggle to get the balance just right, I appreciate those that can do one-layer cards and very minimal embellishments – they are stunning but for whatever reason, I keep trying to add things to them (I admit, I have trouble with a lot of white space). So I think my style is somewhere in-between. I LOVE my digi papers and use them whenever I can. I LOVE lots of layers of papers but not necessarily layers of embellishments. I’d love to hear what type of cards you prefer – there is so much talent out there and I think we each bring our own creativity when making our projects and then we share them with everyone to see. I think one of things I appreciate the most in this industry is the positive feedback we all get and give to each other – I truly appreciate each and every comment I receive 🙂
Thanks so much for the visit! I hope you’ll join us for our Spots and Dots challenge as I’d love to see your creations! Dee