Monday, July 21, 2014

Guest Designer for The Path of Positivity Midway Challenge reminder 07/21/2014







Hello, Today I am a guest designer for The Path of Positivity. The theme this month is Dreams. You can find The Path of Positivity challenge blog here http://pathofpositivitychallenge.blogspot.ca/.  the challenge runs from July 7th to August 3rd.

The sponsors and prizes for this challenge are:
    • £15 voucher from Scribble and Scrap, for the post or project that the DT deems most inspiring of the bunch.
    • Three digital images from Ike's Art for a person chosen in a random draw based on all entrants.
    • One digital image from Creative Bug Digital Stamps for each person chosen as a DT Delight.
  • There will also  be:
    • One digital designer paper from D├ęcosse's Dynamite Doodles for one lucky voter who leaves a comment.
    • One digital sentiment for every single person who enters the challenge. 

Links to our Sponsors:


First Card:

I am using Scribble and Scrap digital paper and images on my first card. I am using "Fabulously Feminine 2" digital paper set and "Vintage Pansy Wreath" digi. You can find them here http://www.scribbleandscrap.co.uk/. Scribble and Scrap is one of the sponsors this month at The Path of Positivity Challenges.

Copics used are YG61, G40, G43- greens, R20, R32, E00- peaches, RV000, RV00, V01- pinks, B91, B93- blues, Y04, Y15- yellows.

The pearls are by Want 2 Scrap.

The border was made using a Martha Stewart border punch called Traditional Scallop. 

The sentiment was made by Lisa Decosse from The Path of Positivity. I printed it on one of the prints from Scribble and Scrap.

The image was colored then I fussy cut it out. 

The card is 5" x 6 1/4".

For my next 2 card I am using "Twigs" by Creative Bug on the Loose. You can find it here http://www.creativebugdigis.com/

The sentiments on both cards are by Lisa Decosse from The Path of Positivity and Decosse's Dynamite Doodles. Thank you Lisa for designing them for me.

Second Card:
Copics used are RV00, RV63, RV66- scarf, YR00, YR04- nose B21, B23, B26- hat, E44- arms. 

Blue Stardust Gelly Roll pen was used on the buttons. Blue metallic Gelly roll pen was used for the stitching around the sentiment.

Studio g iridescent glitter glue was used on the snow.

The die cuts were made using Spellbinders dies called Lacy Ovals- image die, and Grommet Tags for the sentiment.

The gems are by Stidio g. They were clear. I colored them with Copics RV66.

The ribbon is by Really Reasonable Ribbon.

The papers are by Imagine That!- blue glitter- http://www.imaginethatdigistamp.com/index.html and the Christmas prints are by Decosse's Dynamite Doodles- http://decossesdynamitedoodles.blogspot.com/.

The card is 5" x 6 1/2".

Third Card:

Copics used are R29, R35, R59- scarf, YG41, G03, G05, G07- hat, YR01, YR04- nose, R29, G05- buttons, E44- arms.

Clear Stardust Gelly Roll pen was used on the buttons.

The snowflake flourishes are from Recollections. I added the silver pearls  

The pearls are by Want 2 Scrap.

The ribbon was in my ribbon scrap stash. I believe it was by Celebrate It Christmas Collection.

The die cuts were made using Spellbinder dies called Grommet Tags- sentiment, and Scalloped Lables One- image. I inked around the edge of the sentiment's die cut with red ink.

The paper is by Decosse's Dynamite Doodles. http://decossesdynamitedoodles.blogspot.com/.

The card is 5" x 6 1/2".

Thanks for dropping by. Be sure to stop by The Path of Positivity and join in the challenge. You can find the challenge blog here http://pathofpositivitychallenge.blogspot.ca/.

I am entering my Christmas cards in:

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles 12 months of Christmas cards link up-

I am entering my pansy wreath card in:

Scribble and scrap anything goes challenge- 

Believe in your dreams. If you do anything is possible. Have a wonderful day! Edwina

1 comment:

  1. Fabulous projects. Loving the colours and layout in your first one and I'm always a big fan of snowmen like those used in the others. Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.
    xx

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