My card for the November challenge at Die Cut Divas uses the adorable Snowman Selfie by our sponsor, SheepSki Designs. Now, you have all month to play and if you win, the prize consist of 3 digi's from SheepSki Designs!
Here is my card:
You can check out my supply list and how I made the card by stopping by my blog, DipNDots Creations.
Hello! The challenge at Die Cut Diva's is Anything Goes! And our sponsor for November is...
So I chose a Christmas themed project to share with you today-
This is going to be my husbands Christmas card from me this year. I thought this image Cool Couple was so sweet!
For more information on the materials I used, please join me at Just a Nutter Paper Crafter.
My card for the November challenge at Die Cutting Diva's also uses the adorable Snowman Selfie by our sponsor, SheepSki Designs. I took my card in another direction and decided to create a support card. Now, you have all month to play and if you win, the prize consist of 3 digi's from SheepSki Designs!
Here is my card:
You can check out my supply list and how I made the card by stopping by my blog, Art Without Anxiety. Have a fabulous day! Christi
Prize is 3 digitals of winner’s choice from the shop.
I must say that I CASED the coloring on this image from the SheepSki Designs images here. I loved the colors and tried to copy the colors. I used a a Signo white pen to make snow dots. I did add some Nuvo Crystal Drops - Gloss, Ebony Black for all the eyes and coal mouth.
I ask you, could you resist this image?
It looks very simple, but the results after coloring are amazing.
This Wood grain card might appeal to guys more than women, but I love the touch of wood in a card. The Die Cut Divas has a challenge that gives a nod to the season here in the Northern Hemisphere, Autumn and specifically in the United States, Halloween. Use either theme (to me, it's all Autumn because Halloween is in the Fall) and join the challenge at Die Cut Divas.
This frame actually has six (6) squares, but it's so easy to cut the middle bar right out for a bigger area and a wider use of the Garden Patch die. You don't have to buy another die, although I can't say I'm not going to buy any more dies because I am.
I wanted something a bit masculine and woody even though the mice don't appear masculine, but I think they create a fun element. I also posted this at A Bit of This and That.