Wednesday, March 13, 2013

SAINT PATRICK'S DAY CARD...using digital images

welcome to another 

"Happy St. Patrick's day"

and of course, we are to create a project including something to do with this so popular irish holiday. 

 first, i want to thank our sponsor for this week's challenge
"MIRIAM'S CRAFTING SUPPLIES"
miriam will be donating TEN sets of pearls to a lucky participant
-----NOT ONE, NOT TWO BUT TEN SETS OF PEARLS--wohoo!---

thanks miriam, thank you so much for your kindness!!!

now, is my take on this week's challenge...this card was such a pleasure to make. 
i was inspired by a layout i saw online and being me, i had to twist it to my liking and purposes and, make it a flowerdisco's one, hehe

Be Unique, Be Unforgettable, Be you
You are a Super Star
5" x 7"
i played with a variety of techniques on this card: stamped background, machine stitches, washi tape, mixed inks for "Be Unique, Be Unforgettable, Be you"...a whimsical designs stamps sentiment. and since we do not see the mix of inks often, to me it shows well the meaning of the sentiment i chose. 
note: one of the "be" is missing on the pennant sentiment...i know. i had to leave it behind in the stamping  process. 

i added a few more cute details to this card to add even more fun. check them out below.
the tiny circles are representing the gold from the legendary irish legend. they are the negatives of a border punch. 
i also had fun choosing the brilliant colors. they remind me of the rainbow colors.

the washi tape on the top left and bottom corners, were plain ones but after being stamped with a yellow dye ink, they are not plain anymore :--)...i also added some chevron lines and i had to add a star sticker because "You are a Super Star" (my other used sentiment from whimsical designs).
i used foam dots to raise the diamond patterned paper from its base.

and at last, i show you the entire card.
the piggy with the so pretty clover is a new digital image in my collection. i used paint, a computer program, to add buckets of color to the most pretty hog girl in the whole-wide world.
the purple stamp shaped frame is from a die i own.

so what do you think? 
---i think is super cute and it was definitely a delight to make---

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this was so much fun  a st. patrick's day challenge and remember, miriam --- our sponsor for this week---, is giving away ten sets of pearls. you can use them in any of your project and maybe even share some with your darling friends.
you will also get some HUGE inspiration, since my team mates are a group of very talented ladies.

Supplies Used
sentiments:     clear stamps (be unforgetable....you are a super...)
solid cardstock:     cardstock warehouse I got this at ross' a while back)
background stamp:     fiskars
patterned paper:     my mind's eye
digital image:     sk digis
chevron stripes, golden dots:     ek paper punches
machine stitches and thread:     singer sewing machine and gutterman thread
washi tape:     darice (washi tape was stamped with a dye ink)
purple frame die cut:     sizzix

if you have any questions about my projects, please contact me or leave a comment with your question. i will get back to you asap.

thanks so much for stopping by 

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blogged by flowerdisco from flowerdisco's scrap hut right here in the hut.

remember.....
MY MISSION
i have been thinking, why not many people share on the web our crafty projects or for that matter whatever we like?.. most of us have these social network buttons (they do not bite, lol) but we do not use them enough.  from now on, i invite you to start sharing. my mission here at flowerdisco's will be to 

"CLICK & SHARE"

 -----share, share and share-----
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  click on any of my share buttons to do it, it is so easy! 
start here and start today
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7 comments:

  1. absolutely adorable! I love that you did the little piggy in non-traditional colors! Great techniques used. I have to remember to use my wash tape more!!

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  2. Cute! I love the bright colors :)

    ~Sheena

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  3. Agnes dear! this card is stunning... I love it in every way possible...Thank You...HUGS...SK :)

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  4. Hi, you left a comment on my blog asking how I get on with using the distress marker pens. I like them because one end to me is just like (and feels to use ) a paint brush and I can get a nice even sweep with it. Hope that helps. hugs Mrs A.

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  5. Great card. I love the little piggy.
    Yvette

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  6. So fun!!!! Love all the color and details!!!!

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  7. So cute,. That is a lot of work. I love the blue pig!!

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Have a fun day!!!