Hello my peeps! I’m sharing a card that I created for the Festive Friday Challenge this week.
So you take a minimum of 3 items from the list and use it on your project! I love stuff like this!
Here’s what I’ve got.
I really love how this turned out. I’m trying to incorporate more mixed media into my projects so I thought this was a great start.
The three I picked were: ice cream, watercolor and pattern (polka dots). I used some distress oxide inks for the water colored background and then I cut the ice cream cones out of some left over Dear Lizzy paper that I have had for AGES! The polka dot piece is just a scrap and then I finished it off with some enamel dots from my stash and a Taylored Expressions sentiment strip that I cut in half. I hope you like it!
I LOVE creating cards for obscure holidays! I find it fun to challenge myself to create a card that fits with the day….
Well, today is Vanilla Ice Cream Day and well guess what! It’s an ice cream card for you!
I was at the farm for the last week on vacation so I brought a few supplies with me, including the bits and bobs I had left over from this huge American Crafts Dear Lizzy Neapolitan kit that I won years ago….yes, I’m still trying to use it up and I’m almost there..
I really just took some of the DP and then some of the rub ons to make the card. Nothing fancy. The ice cream was actually on the back side of one of the papers …it had a bunch of cut aparts and so it was perfect for this card!
I hope you enjoy it, and go have an ice cream!
Entered into these challenges:
Dragonfly Dreams: Summer
Crafty Friends: Food & Drink
Alphabet Challenge Blog: I is for Ice Cream
Crafting with Friends: Anything Goes
Daring Cardmakers: The Great Outdoors (go outside! It’s summer)
Cardz 4 Galz: Food & Drink
Craft Rocket Challenges: Summer
It’s a new challenge day at Red Carpet Studio and I am hosting this week~ My Challenge is based on a movie that I love
In this 1964 beloved musical, pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. His subject turns out to be the lovely Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn), who agrees to speech lessons to improve her job prospects. Higgins and Eliza clash, then form an unlikely bond — one that is threatened by an aristocratic suitor (Jeremy Brett).
THE CHALLENGE: CREATE A “GIRLY” PROJECT WITH LOTS OF LAYERS.
I still have a lot of product left from the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Neapolitan set that I won a long time ago. I thought that it would be a great set to use for this challenge. It has all kinds of fun embellishments and paper. I also really love the colors. I used a sketch that I found on Pinterest. It’s from Scrap Paper Scissors! A great little sketch!
Make sure you stop by the blog and check out the awesome project that the rest of DT has created for you, and to enter to win a great prize from Linnie Blooms