Monday, 4 December 2017

* Vera Lane Studio: Peace


Hello everyone!

It's my DT day at Vera Lane Studio today. As it's now December we're going with the Christmas/Holiday theme.

Today sees the release of a new set of digi stamps called Peaceful Picasso. There are four digi stamps and two sentiments; they are super easy to colour up and ideal for making cards and tags.

Here is what I made:



I made three quick and simple cards. I arranged the digis inside the wreath and printed them out. I used a stitched square die to cut them out. The images were coloured with Copics and the background inked with the die still in place so that the white border remains. I adhered each one onto a larger 'stitched' square of Rejoice holly paper from BoBunny. I placed the sentiments inside.
  
 
  

I also made two coasters. I used plain coaster bases and glued down the paper. When it was completely dry, I used a sanding block to trim off the paper and leave a white edge. The coloured image was fussy cut to leave a thin white border. I used Decoupage glue to adhere the image and applied a coat over the whole top surface.

 


Peaceful Picasso





I hope you'll come along and play on Vera Lane. It's such a friendly, fun place to be!

You'll find us HERE on Facebook in a closed group.
 There's always tons of fabulous inspiration and eye candy!
I guarantee, you'll get a very warm welcome!




Thanks for stopping by today.
xoxo

I'd like to play along in these challenges:

Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge #362 08/12
Crafting From The Heart #186 AG 10/12
PIP Challenge #1749 AG 10/12
Inspiration Destination #139 AG 13/12
A Bit More Time To Craft #57 AG 13/12
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends #71 AG 17/12
Creative Ladybirds #32 AG (#2) 31/12 DT Favourite

613 Avenue Create #204 AG (#1/8) 06/01
CAGI Christmas 01/01

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