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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

{Pin}spirational Challenges: Psalm 91

Hello!


Today is the start of a new challenge at 

{PIN}spirational Challenges.

Challenge #189 runs for 2 weeks until 3rd May.


Here is the inspiration photo:


 

This time we are sponsored by the wonderful Imagine That!  and the Cutting Cafe


I was lucky to get an Imagine That! digital set to work with called Psalm 91. It is so very beautiful and amazing value for money, containing a bird on a blossom branch in both colour and outline, plus seven sentiments of sympathy and encouragement.


Here is my card:



I chose to make a super quick and easy card. I used the .png bird on branch image and the .png sentiment and placed them onto pink butterfly patterned digital paper (from another Imagine That! set called Freda's Flower Basket), then printed them out. The green paper is also from Freda's Flower Basket. The papers were trimmed to size, the edges inked and matted onto black card.
 I decided that I wanted a little dimension on my card, and so I printed the bird on the branch a second time, but this time I fussy cut the bird and some of the blossoms. The bird was adhered on foam pads and the blossoms were shaped and glued into place. Glossy Accents was placed in the centre of each blossom.
The completed card is 6 x 6 inches.



hope you'll pop over to 
to check out the gorgeous designs by the rest of the DT. 

We would love for you to take part in the challenge!

Thanks for stopping by today. 
xoxo



I'd like to play along in these challenges:

All Sorts Challenge #412 I spy 29/04
B for Bird and Blossom branch
Catch The Bug Photo Challenge 29/04

Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenges 1717 AG 30/04
Paper Nest Dolls Challenge #04 AG 30/04
Di's Digi Designs Challenge Use Something Digital 05/05
Imagine That April AG 05/05 WINNER

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