August brings a host of new monthly challenges and at Crafts Galore Encore this month we have another Anything Goes Challenge.
We are kindly sponsored by Fred She Said and they are offering a $10 gift voucher for the lucky winner, chosen by random.org. Hop on over to see the fabulous selection of digi stamps, both black and white and coloured, as well as papers, decoupage and cutting files.
I was lucky to receive a wonderful digi to work with called African Violets and here is the card I made:
It's a Z-fold card - and it's super easy to make! I took a 6 x 6 inch card and chopped the bottom 1.75 inches off. Next it was just a matter of folding the front panel of both pieces in half and turning the smaller piece upside down. The card base is now ready to decorate.
I coloured the lovely potted violets with Copic Markers and fussy cut them. The main image was backed onto white card as it would overlap the panel. I used some digital papers from Pretty Grafik called Diamond Harlequin to cover all three panels of the two bases, then adhered them together. The violet images were glued directly onto the card and the die cut sentiment was popped on foam for a little dimension.
Many thanks to Fred She Said for sponsoring this challenge and offering a $10 gift voucher to the winner.
I hope you'll pop to over to Crafts Galore Encore to see the DT's wonderful designs.
We'd love to see your creations.
Remember the challenge is always 'Anything Goes' and so you can create any type of project - it doesn't have to be a card.
Thanks for stopping by today!
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