I found this Bingo grid challenge at the Inky Chicks blog and decided to play along.
The challenge is to use the bingo grid to create your card. I chose diecut, pin and ribbon to my card.
I used a diecut from My Favorite Things to create the felt flowers, a green ribbon as leaf and of course the felt pink pin. I find the cork as a perfect complement to the pastel colored flowers.
For added texture, my pink card base has a woodgrain impression from Papertreyink impression plate. Then run another strip of ribbon with another flower prints for added color.
Now off to my card.
I’m entering the same card at The Pink Elephant Challenge – TPE183
Today’s card image is a digistamp called Arty Girl from The Stamping Shack. It’s on special offer til next week so you can grab one to make a fun card project or any other project for an art lover.
I embossed only part of the pink card base and added minimal embellishment. The zigzag colored strips is actually a ribbon design that I used here to add color. I plan to do another project for my little girl using the same Arty girl image. Will be posting this soon when I’m done.
And here is my card..
I’m entering this card to Little Tangles All About Buttons challenge and Papercraft Star challenge (to use buttons too!).
This is my first card project for the year and it feels good to be back blogging. Still making my way though to get my full mojo back after weeks of hibernation.
Today’s card is a very quick birthday card for a sweet girl. I used a digistamp Daisy with Flowers from The Stamping Shack, colored her with watercolor pencils and here is what I got. I love how cute and innocent Daisy looks and you can see the same character in the Oscar and Daisy digistamp sets at the TSS store, so adorable.
The half flower image on the blue cardstock is handstamped flower from one of my stamp sets from Hero Arts.
I’m entering this card in Retro Sketches Challenge # 46. It’s been awhile that I haven’t been to play in card challenges so it’s a good start really to be back again to join in the fun.
Here is my take to the sketch.
Wheww! After a holiday break with family, I’m now back to blogosphere. This is my first blog post for 2013 and it’s so nice to be back. There are some projects that need to be up soon so I’ll be sharing these to all here. For now, just keeping a short note online that heartforhandmade is back 🙂