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Monday, August 31, 2015

Recycling Project for Craft Your Passion's Anything Goes Challenge

Happy Monday, crafters! I finally got some quality time in my craft time and colored up a beauty from Oddball Art called Winnie. I used Copics and a white gel pen and then fussy-cut my image for my project.
This bank started life full of Pringles chips. After thoroughly enjoying its contents, I covered it with handmade paper that I sprayed with some of my homemade shimmer mist. The shimmer mist is easy to make, and very inexpensive. You can see my tutorial HERE.
After adding flowers, butterflies and pearls onto my "canvas," I framed my image with a paper doily I also plopped on some homemade paste, then sprayed with another homemade spray,covered it all with homemade Mod Podge then popped my image onto its frame. I finished with a few more tiny blossoms, and she is now ready to accept deposits of any amount.
I think she might be saving for a trip, maybe a cruise. Or if she is a crafter like I, she will collect monies for a trip to Hobby Lobby, perhaps to buy more Copics. LOL
This is my DT project for this week's challenge at Craft Your Passion. Oddball Art is our sponsor this week, and she's offering a chance to get free images for one lucky winner.
You can also check out the Oddball Art challenge blog, where the theme this week is Back to School. My poor little girl, although surrounded by flowers, is on the Time Out stool for being disruptive in class. Doesn't she look too sweet to do wrong?! LOL
So, What are you waiting for?! Start creating!
Challenges I am Entering:
Shabby Tea Room - ABC-123
Use Your Stuff - Anything Goes
Not Just Cards - Anything Goes
Get Creative challenges - No Printed Papers
Oddball Art - Back to School (Winnie is in a Time Out for disrupting class)
That Craft Place - Anything Goes (mixed media)
Mixed Media World challenges - Textures (handmade paper, homemade paste, homemade shimmer mist, Mod Podge)

Anything Goes at the Outlawz Greetings Challenges with DeeDee's Digis

It's that time again at the Outlawz Greetings this week--Anything Goes!! I love his challenge, because sometimes I get an idea that doesn't seem to fit into anything I've seen before. Enter stage left the Anything Goes challenge!
This week our wonderful sponsor is DeeDee's Digis, and I had my way with an image sheet called "Classics." Because I love so many of DeeDee's images, I have quite a collection, so I used a couple other images from a set I already had, "Hopeful Heart." Together I created this birthday card for my co-worker, a young man who has taken on quite a lot of responsibilities at my office, God bless him. And he celebrated his birthday this past weekend, and I didn't find out about it until this evening, the sneaky so-and-so.
So I created this card for him, and will pick up a small cake and some Coke and maybe treat him to lunch tomorrow.

The birthday sentiment comes from yet another set from DeeDee's, "Fun & Festive." The sentiment that I printed on my scene is from the Classics set. That set includes 2 outline images, 8 pre-colored images, 2 white-filled layering images, and 6 sentiments, in JPG and PNG file formats. All set elements have a resolution of 300 dpi/ppi,
I also used textured cardstock from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles (Christmas Grunge), and the brads are from Decosse's as well.
The patterned paper is a freebie from a site called Behance.
It's your turn to get your mojo on. Anything Goes, so lock yourself into your craft room and PLAY!! But don't forget to link up your project with the Outlawz Greetings before Sunday night!!

p.s. If you like all the DeeDee's Digis you see here, they have a challenge blog that is a progressive challenge. Once you link up a project with one month's featured digi, you will receive the next month's image for free. And best of all, the featured project is on sale for half off!! Win-win in my book!!
Happy crafting, y'all!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Water Color Pencils

So, I decided to stretch my comfort zone with water color pencils. I think I need to watch some tutorials. LOL I've been experimenting in water color paints for a while now, but pencils? I learned that there is more control with pencils, but I like the chaos that results from the paints.
I also need to learn what happens when I use wet brush on wet paper, dry brush on wet paper, and wet brush on dry paper.Well, at least you can tell they're glass vases/bottles. LOL
I had planned on taking a drawing/water colors class at the community college. I bid on and won a free class there. But for the last year and a half there were no classes Iwas interested in that fit into my tight schedule. So I waited and waited and finally found this one. But the school closed for two weeks and then the grandbaby was born and I went to visit and help out and the next thing I know my certificate expired.
So I will continue to learn from YouTube, Pinterest and Google.Whatever your art form, have fun, crafters!
Challenges I am Entering:
Shopping our Stash - Splish, Splash (wet medium)
2 Crafty Girls challenges - Inspiration Board
Not Just Cards - Anything Goes
The Shabby Tea Room - Inspiration photo (I saw a vase with flowers)

Monday, August 24, 2015

Burnishing with Bugaboo at the Outlawz Greetings challenge

Do you know what burnishing is? Neither did I until I read what the new challenge was at the Outlawz Greetings. I certainly cannot create a DT project if I don't know what I'm doing, right? So off to Google land I went, and found several techniques using different media.
Since my Bugaboo image is digital, I decided to burnish with my ink pads, and I really like the effect I produced.
Bugaboo is the guest sponsor this week, and I burnished an image called Scene It - Ladybugs. I framed my image against patterned papers (from my slowly dwindling stash) and added a simple little flourish of pearls to embellish and a sentiment (it is a greetings challenge group, after all).
You can burnish with ink and embossing powders, with colored pencils, and so much more. Here's the link I used for my card:
I hope you try this technique. Without change, we cannot grow, and I love to stretch my comfort zone often. So, try this out and link up at the Outlawz Greetings challenge for your chance to win free Bugaboo images!!
Challenges I am Entering:
Chocolate, Coffee & Cards - Use a Sentiment
Simply Create Too - Anything Goes
Stempelsonnen challenges - Alles geht  (Anything goes)
Colouring in Scrapland - Things with Wings (Mariquitas esconden sus alas cuando no están en el aire)
Use Your Stuff challenges - Anything Goes
Artistic Inspirations - Anything Goes

Sunday, August 23, 2015

The Living is Easy in Summer

Well, summer is almost over, and I can't say that I'll miss it much. I don't have younger children enjoying summer vacation, I don't have summer off, and the weather has been a little weird to totally enjoy the season. So, on to Fall, but I hope gradually, producing a glorious burst of colors and smells with a bountiful harvest to follow.
To celebrate all that summer was (and should have been), I created a card using the featured image at DeeDee's Digis. It's called Seasonal Baskets and includes 6 outline images (includes bonus "Empty Basket" image!), 5 pre-colored images, 5 white-filled layering images, and 3 sentiments, in JPG and PNG file formats. And crafters, this image set is half price right now, through the end of the month, for just $1.25!!
I received this image free, because DeeDee's Digis challenge blog hosts a progressive freebie challenge. When you use the featured image during the month and link up to the challenge blog, you receive the next month's free.
Back to my card - I used the pre-colored Summer Basket and popped it onto patterned paper. After framing it with both cardstock and a couple file tabs, I added another image from DeeDee's Digis, the black kitty. He's from the image set "Open Window." This is just one of the many things I love about digital images. You can pick and choose from several different sets if you wish.
Before I list the materials I used, why don't you check out the store at DeeDee's Digis. I hope you'll be interested enough by all that is offered there to start playing before the month is out, so you can start stacking up those free digis throughout the year. Have fun!
Materials used:
Images: Summer Basket from DeeDee's Digis Seasonal Baskets set; Black kitty from Open Window
Papers:  Patterned paper 1 from Misty Cato's Count the Days Freebie Pack, patterned paper freebie from Behance, Ruby textured paper from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles "Christmas Grunge" paper pack
Elements: Leaves, flowers & tab from Misty Cato Count the Days Pack, Bookplate from Sweetly Scrapped, Brads from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles

Beach-Inspired Sunday Project

Happy Sunday, crafters! Today I was cleaning and organizing my craft room and happened upon some pictures I had taken at the beach in Wisconsin (the beach being Lake Michigan). I remembered the trip with my mom and sisters, and how utterly relaxing our "girls' day(s) out" had been. We had connecting rooms with full views of the lake, and often we would catch each other just sitting there, staring out of the window and being hypnotized by the dance of the clouds in the sky and the waves in the water.
So, I just had to look at what I had at hand, as I promised myself I would use up my stash before all else. I limited my project to what was still on my desk (which isn't much of a limit-I hadn't cleaned it off in a while).
I found this simple yet elegant digital image from Sami Stamps to color up. I had just returned all my Copics back to their corrals, and they were organized so the coloring went quickly. Then I fussy cut her out along with her steaming mug.
Since my head was wrapped up in the relaxation of the trip, and what better way than to relax with a book, I made a bookmark. Yes, for a real, paper book (after all, how can you make a bookmark for your Kindle?) Some leftover trim and a button and my bookmark was almost complete.
I love to play in Photoshop, and am fairly new to digital crafting, so I opened my bookmark base there and placed it on some beautiful textured paper from the Christmas Grunge collection by Decosse's Dynamite Doodles. All I had left to do was choose the right sentiment, and I think that's exactly what I did. Now my bookmark is ready to print, and I think I'll make a few of them so that, while marking their pages in their books, each of my sisters and my mom will remember our weekend awa, and the peaceful time we had together.
Image:  Comfy Cocoa from Sami Stamps
Papers: Christmas Grunge from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles, and a page from DCWV A Colorful Life paper pad
Embellishments: stray green button (actually I found it under my craft desk); purple adhesive-backed trim from Recollections, Inc
Ink: Copics Y38,17,11; E00; V04,12; and G21,94
Challenges I am Entering:
Sami Stamps challenge blog - Add 2 Different patterned papers (although you can't see much of the grunge paper, it makes a thin border around my bookmark)
Corrosive Challenges - Utterly Feminine
Sketchy Colors challenges - Lilac, grey & blue (see below)

A Gem of a Challenge - One for the Girls 
Jo's Scrap Shack - Lazy Days of Summer
Simply Papercraft challenges - Anything Goes
613 Avenue Create - Anything Goes w/optional twist-Girls' Night Out (I was inspired to create from a Girls' Weekend Out recently-it was very chill)

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

F Is for Fashion at Ike's World Challenge Blog

Sometimes Life gets in the way of your dreams. This is what happened to me this month. I really wanted to get back to my mixed media projects, but Life, in the form of Vacation Bible School, had other plans. Not only was I organizing and coordinating the event, but I lost my co-worker and boss, ending up being the only person left in my office, period.
But VBS went off without a hitch. The kids loved it, the parents enjoyed seeing the enthusiasm with which their children readily woke up early and clamored to be taken to “Mount Everest,” and the volunteers were amazing. And now I can finally get back to my art!
Today I created a mixed media canvas using “Blossom Shoe” from the “Shoe” set of images from Ike’s Art. It was the perfect image for the newest challenge at Ike’s World Challenges Blog – F is for Fashion. Blossom Shoe comes in a set with three other shoes: Ribbon Shoe, Skellie Shoe and Wing Shoe. You can find it and so many other “fashionable” images at her store.
Everything on my canvas was taken from my stash of leftovers. I have bins of flowers, drawers of jewels, and an impressive collection of Stickles. And I won’t even go into my stash of paper – it’s just too embarrassing. Slowly but surely I am chipping away at my stash, and am cleaning out those items that I have not used or don’t think I’ll use (and watch-no sooner will I give these items away than I’ll find a project for them).

But such is Life. I hope Life gives you the opportunity to create this week. Hopefully, I’ll see your F is for Fashion project linked to Ike’s World Challenges Blog. Happy crafting!
Challenges I am Entering:
Decorate to Celebrate - Anything Goes
 Inspiration Destination - Anything Goes
Moo Mania challenges - Embellishments (boy do I have those!)
Shopping Our Stash - Layer It on Me
Cutie Pie challenges - Cute & Girly
Not Just Cards - #23 Anything Goes
Stamp & Create - One for the Girls
 Altered Eclectics - Anything Goes (no cards/ATCs)
Digi Galore - Anything but a Card (canvas)

Monday, August 17, 2015

Never Pass by an Opportunity to Pamper Yourself

We've reached the midway point of the Path of Positivity Challenge this month. The theme is Opportunity, and you don't want to miss out on the Opportunity to link your challenge project for your chance to win prizes!
I created a card using one of this month's sponsors, Oddball Art. The image is called Frazzled Fran, and she looks like she is in desperate need of some pampering by way of a large COFFEE to perk her up (it IS Monday, after all).
After coloring her with Copics, I framed her before popping her on my card. I embellished simply with the sentiment and some pearl flourishes.
This month's challenge at the Path of Positivity offers several ways to win prizes:
  • 3 images from Oddball Art Co., one of our guest sponsors this month, for the post or project that the DT deems most inspiring of the bunch.
  • A $25 gift certificate from Deedee's Digis, one of our guest sponsors this month, for a person chosen in a random draw based on all entrants.
  • One digital image from Creative Bug Digital SnapShots for each person chosen as a DT Delight.
There will also be:
One digital designer paper (made to order in a couple different ways) from Décosse's Dynamite Doodles for one lucky person who leaves a comment on posts published during the challenge timeframe.
One digital sentiment for every single person who enters the challenge.

Challenges I am Entering:
2 Creative Chicks - Anything Goes
Card & Scrap - Anything Goes/Love (Love my Cocoa)
Crafty Time Challenges - Movie, Book, Song (I love to watch the movie Chocolat with Johnny Depp and who cares, it's got Johnny Depp in it-LOL)
Stempelgarten challenges - Hmm, Yummy (Chocolate)
Sisters of Craft - Anything Goes

Make 'em Laugh Theme at the Outlawz Greetings

Everyone loves a good laugh, so why not make it a challenge? That's exactly what the theme for this week's challenge is at the Outlawz Greetings. Our guest sponsor for the week is Scribbles Designs, and I got to play with the fabulous Farrah Flamingo.
I found a great photo of a flock of flamingos which I made as my background. Then I popped my Copic-colored image onto the card, along with the No Parking sign. It reads: Flamingo Parking Only Violators will turn PINK!
Now it's your turn to get your creative mojo on and come up with something that will put a smile on our faces. Don't forget to link up at the Outlawz Greetings!!
Challenges I am Entering:
ABC challenges - P is for Pretty in Pink
Crafty Time challenges - Movie, Book, Song (the movie Pretty in Pink with Molly Ringwald) 
Naughty or Nice challenges - Fun in the Sun (growing up summer meant a road trip to Florida and Busch Gardens to see the flamingoes)
Our Creative Corner - Mood Board (I pulled the color pink and chose to showcase the tight grouping in the image at the bottom right for my card)
Worldwide Open Design Team Monthly challenge blog - Anything Goes (DT for the Outlawz Greetings challenge)

Stitchy Bear Sponsors Craft Your Passion Challenge blog This Week

Mercy me, I just got back into town and boy are my feet tired! And speaking of feet, my project has the perfect solution to tired feet. These lovely images are all part of the "Style of Shoes" collection at Stitchy Bear Designs, this week;s sponsor at Craft your Passion challenge blog.
I did not have a lot of time in my craft room, so I created a digital card. After coloring each and every shoe, I framed the collection and used some fun new elements in my growing assortment along with one of my favorite sentiments regarding shoes.
Digital Elements Used:
Card Stock: Colors of the Rainbow Collection (Wine)
Circle, Frame: M. Cato Count the Days Collection,
Label: K. Hartley, Garnet Garden Collection,
Font: Firelfy, Sean Cody Design,

Sunday, August 16, 2015

130 Days Until Christmas!!

 The Challenge this month at the 12 Months of Christmas Link-Up blog is to showcase a snowmanperson on your card. As part of the Sleigh Belles Design Team, my card showcases "Happy, Happy Snowman" digi image from The Stamping Boutique. I used two different papers from the Snow Much Fun Patterned Paper collection by Decosse's Dynamite Doodles, as well as two papers from DDD's Christmas Grunge Paper Pack.
Crafters are challenged to make at least two Christmas cards a month to help them pile up a stash of cards to give out during the holidays. Each month, an optional theme is chosen (this month's is Snow People) and if you create using the theme in mind, you have a chance to win 2 digital stamps from the Stamping Boutique (place the letters FT after your name in the link up). You don't need to follow the theme to link up your 2 cards and earn a free digi paper from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles each month and have your name thrown into the year end draw for some extra digital goodies.
I hope you have a Merry time building your stash of cards for the holidays! Happy crafting!!

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Been Waiting Nine Months

At last, I have a new grandson!! His name is Jonathan Chase Martin, weighing in at 6 lbs, 15 oz, and measuring 20 inches.
He has his mommy's hair and his daddy's chin and his grandma's temperament. LOL Slept through out entire visit!!
Soon I'll be back home and back to work, but for now, I have fallen in love all over again. If I had known that grandkids could be so much fun, I would have had them first!! LOL
Meanwhile, mommy and daddy and baby are doing fine. We took the grandkids to visit them at the hospital today, and finally got some pics as you can see. While I have to go back to work to meet my new boss, who got hired while I was gone on vacation, hubby is set to stay for a few extra days. But it's only a 2 hour drive so grandma will be a little weekend traveling for the next few months.
Now I need to concentrate on a little scrapbooking...

Always Anything Goes at Your Scrapbook Place

At Your Scrapbook Place Challenge Blog, Sherri Baldy is our guest sponsor for August and she gave the DT a few digi images to play with. I created this digital card using one of them. There are so many lovely images to color and create with at her shop.
I am staying at my son's house as my DIL has just had her baby. My new grandson, named Jonathan Chase Martin, weighed in at 6 lbs, 15 oz and measures 20 inches. He and Mommy are doing well.
I left all my crafting supplies at home, so for my project, I created a card in Photoshop. I colored my digi image and framed her a couple of times, adding a little Photoshop stamp to keep her company. Elements used include Patterned paper from Behance (freebie) and the Green buttons and blue bow from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles.
You have until the end of the month to create something and link it up with your Scrapbook Place Challenge Blog. And as always, crafters, have fun!

Monday, August 10, 2015

Frame it X 2 at the Outlaw Greetings Challenges

I had fun today creating this Thank You card for a family whose children attended Vacation Bible School. They presented me with a beautiful bunch of carnations, as I was the coordinator of the event. I used a cute image from Robyn's Fetish and colored it up with my trusty Copics.
The Outlawz Greetings challenge this week is to use 2 frames on your card. I chose to frame my image with patterned papers. It is simple yet pretty in my eyes, and I hope the family thinks so too.
The Outlawz Greetings challenges has very simple rules: create with the theme in mind, and ALWAYS add a sentiment to the front of your project. Easy peasy!!
So get out your papers and inks and let's see what you create this week!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

She Found Her Wings

My daughter is three classes away from her college degree. When I left home, it wasn't for college, but for another "community" of peers--Boot Camp. We lived in barracks (dorms), ate at the Mess Hall, (cafeteria) learned the history and traditions of military service (classes) and formed lasting relationships (sororities).
But unlike nowadays, unemployment wasn't rampant, rent was cheap, and when my hitch was over (graduation), I never returned home. By the time I was 20, I was married, had a job, and wanting to start a family. When we bought our first house two years after we were married, hubby was making $15,000 a year.
Nowadays, the chances of college grads getting a job right out of school is less than perfect. I know (very) young teachers who are working in offices and bakeries. It's a killer world out there, and even when you believe you were born to do exactly what you prepared yourself for, life, the economy and competition cause many to stumble.
But I know my daughter won't stumble, because she has found her wings, and on the wind of her imagination, creativity and talent with the written word, she will fly high into her own unique future.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Take the Opportunity to Check Out the Path of Positivity

Another month means another awesome and thought-provoking challenge theme from the Path of Positivity challenge blog. This time the Path asks you to be inspired to show us your projects, thoughts and photos about Opportunity. I believe that each day is full of hidden opportunities; you just have to keep your eyes open and be aware. And remember that whether you take advantage of an opportunity or not, there is a lesson to be learned. You can grow with each encounter.
 The guest sponsors for this month are Deedee's Digis and Oddball Art Co
Today I created a Swing card to highlight the changes that this little creature goes through to get where he should be all along. The image sheet is from DeeDee's Digis and is called Caity Caterpillar and comes with  2 outline images, 2 pre-colored images, 2 white-filled layering images, and 5 sentiments, in JPG and PNG file formats.
I colored my caterpillar and butterfly with Copics before popping them onto the "swing" section of my swing card. I cut one of the sentiments in half and placed them apart. My card is covered with patterned paper from the DCWV All Boys paper pad, and I embellished it all with jeweled flowers and butterflies. Here's a topside view of the swing card-it makes a pretty presentation when open.
This month's challenge at the Path of Positivity offers several ways to win prizes:
  • 3 images from Oddball Art Co., one of our guest sponsors this month, for the post or project that the DT deems most inspiring of the bunch.
  • A $25 gift certificate from Deedee's Digis, one of our guest sponsors this month, for a person chosen in a random draw based on all entrants.
  • One digital image from Creative Bug Digital SnapShots for each person chosen as a DT Delight.
There will also be:

One digital designer paper (made to order in a couple different ways) from Décosse's Dynamite Doodles for one lucky person who leaves a comment on posts published during the challenge timeframe.
One digital sentiment for every single person who enters the challenge.

Challenges I am Entering:
Crafting with Dragonflies - Butterflies
Daring Cardmakers - New Beginnings
Fussy & Fancy Challenge 144 - Things with Wings
Sister Act challenges (cards only) - Anything Goes

It's Time for TIC-TAC-TOE at the Outlawz Challenges

I don't often create cards for guys, and yet I have so much fun doing so, you'd think I'd be whipping them out willy-nilly! LOL
Well, today I created this very masculine card for the Outlawz Greetings challenge. Their theme this week is to choose a line from the TIC-TAC-TOE Grid and create a project, anything, as long as it uses the three items in the TIC-TAC-TOE line you've chosen, and a Sentiment on the front.
I got to play with an awesome image set from Dee Dee's Digis called "Tool Time." This digital set includes: 9 outline images, 9 pre-colored images, 9 white-filled layering images, and 9 sentiments, in JPG and PNG file formats. All set elements have a resolution of 300 dpi/ppi, and are easily resizable to fit your crafting needs.
When a sentiment is broken into two parts, I like to create an easel card for a bigger impact, especially those zingers that make us smile or laugh. Here, I created the front of my card with the toolbox image, colored with my trusty Copics. I "framed" it with a few photo die-cuts and added the first part of the sentiment.
When standing up, the second part of the sentiment delivers the zinger, and I used the pre-colored image of a screwdriver to "bring it home." 
I chose the TIC-TAC-TOE grid line that asks for "CHARM, IMAGE & WASHI TAPE." My charm is the tiny key on my toolbox, and I used the Washi tape like a ribbon running horizontally under my sentiments.
Now it's your turn to have a go at the Outlawz Greetings Tic-Tac-Toe challenge this week and create something to link up with us.
Challenges I am Entering:
Crafting When we Can - Use ribbon, twine or WASHI TAPE
Challenge Up Your Life - Use wood or Cork (wood papers)
Crafty Friends challenges - Inspired by a Movie (Overboard w/Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell-one of my favorite comedies)
Simply Create Too - Anything Goes
ABC challenges - O is for Open (Anything Goes)
Creatalicious challenges - More than 1 Fold

Sammi Stamps Sponsoring Craft your Passion Challenge This Week

Today I paired Green and Purple together for my card. Using Sammi Stamps' Comfy Cocoa image, I colored her with Copics and color blocked her onto my card using leftover pieces of patterned paper from my stash box.
The sentiment is from Kahlil Gibran, whom I discovered while still in high school. I embellished simply with jewels and a strip of leftover black lace.
This is my DT project for Craft Your Passion, and I hope I've inspired you to create for this week's Anything Goes challenge that starts today.
Happy crafting!!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Progressive Freebie Challenge at the Outlawz

Every month on the very first day, the Outlawz Progressive Freebie group introduces a new sponsor. If you linked up your project with last month's sponsored image, you will receive this love digi from Blueberry Bear Digi Stamps.
Missed out last month? All you have to do is purchase this image and link it up, and you will receive next month's image for free!
I created a Happiness Jar. My daughter came up with the idea of a Happiness Jar. She writes a blog of positive affirmations and helpful hints to achieve self-love called Scars and Sparkles. Your container can hold every happy little moment you can squeeze out of ordinary days to remind you that life is really sweet even when things aren't going your way.
 I colored my image with Copics and highlighted with white gel pen, then fussy-cut her out. Starting with a mason jar, I piled on a liberal amount of homemade mod-podge, tissue papers, shimmer mist (my own handmade), assorted jewels and butterflies, and a smidge of washi tape and ribbon. And for my finishing touch, a pretty white feather (I love using feathers on my projects).
Whether you join in the progressive freebie this month, there's a whole lot of inspiration at the Outlawz Progressive Freebie this month. Hope to see you there!!
Challenges I am Entering:
Left of Center Creations challenges - Inspired by a Song ("Don't Worry, Be Happy")
Stempelsonnen challenges - Anything Goes/stamp as main focus
Crafty Cardmakers & More - Anything BUT a Card
Altered Eclectics - Anything Mixed Media/no cards
Digi Galore - Not a Card
Rhedd's Creative Spirit - Mixed Media only