Sunday, 18 November 2012

My DT project for our Use a digi challenge over at OSAAT

 Its time for our new challenge over at OSAAT
Our theme for this week is 
Use a digi
and
We are sponsored by 

 I have wanted to make one of these star cards/decoration after seeing the tutorial over at 
 I decided the image I was issued for this challenge would look great on one of these.

The image I have used is called Crusin for a brusin by Barb Jensen and is available in the
Stitchy Stamp Store HERE
I have used the following Copics to colour
E0000. E50, E42, V01, V12, V15 and BV000

I have added irridescent glitter to her wings and added some faux stitching around the image. I have also added a purple eyelet and added some bakers twine on the top point so the card can be hung like a door decoration.

The papers were from a free paper pad I got with a magazine ages ago, I have also used Spellbinders nesties for matting and layering the image.

I am entering this star card/decoration into the following challenges 

To be updated 

Thanks for looking 
x

9 comments:

  1. Such a great idea for a card/ door decoration.. I really love your shaped cards.

    Choccy xxx

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  2. Your projects are always so nice and this one is no exception. Just love how you have colored this image!

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  3. This is just gorgeous,love the sweet image and fab layout.xxx

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  4. This is fabulous - I love the star-shape. You're so clever with all your shaped cards!

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  5. You could use it as a ornament also. She is just lovely. Great Job!

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl Your Sister OSAAT DT
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh wow Julie this is gorgeous what a fantastic shape that image is a beauty, super card.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  7. Gorgeous image and love the star it's fabulous . Hugs Trisha x DT Buddy.

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  8. Oh WOw Julie, this is one fabulous star! I love your shaped cards and creations! Judy x

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  9. oooh this is a pretty style of card, thanks for the link to the tutorial.

    I'm sorry I haven't been able to pop along to your blog for the last few weeks, life has been too blooming hectic lately and has got in the way of crafting and computer time.

    Love Mandy xxx

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