Hello, I am back today with a new card. I have had some interesting happenings since my last post. We have moved again, this time with a bit more permanency. We have purchased a RV lot in Benson, AZ. So while we still live on wheels, this gives us a little space to be able to make personal. Our backyard view is incredible, I will post a pic below. Now back to my card.
This image is the February Imagine That Digistamps Progressive Challenge
image and is called “Birthday Bunny”. I created the card as per the February Crafty Chefs
card recipe. The group has a “Master Chef” that provides a recipe of must have and can have elements. There is no pressure and one does not even have to use the recipe in the month it was issued in. The February recipe is Must Do: Fun fold, image (rubber or digi), Pink & purple combo, Pattern paper and Can do: Embossing folder, Doily, Flowers. I have all 7 elements.
I printed the digi out onto Canson C’ a Grain Drawing paper and colored everything except the balloon and the strawberries with my Prismacolor colored pencils. The balloon and strawberries are done with a red glitter gel pen. I used some white gel pen on the bunny’s eyes and the highlight on the balloon. Once colored, I cut it out with an oval die.
I created the step card from a purple cardbase and added the pink patterned paper. I cut two small squares of pink cardstock for the two side fronts and ran them through a flower embossing folder. I placed a doily behind the focal image before adhering it to the front of the center step.
I completed the card with a sentiment die cutout done from purple cardstock. If you would like a little inspiration without the stress of a challenge, join us at Crafty Chefs
Here my backyard view as promised:
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Entered into the Imagine That Digistamps February 2021 Progressive Challenge
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