For my project, I chose to make a waterfall card. It's the first I've made and I think it will be a fun one to make more of and send to my grandkids, even the bigger ones. As you know the challenge is all about tags, right? Well, I totally forgot that step of the process as I was so excited to try a different kind of card, so I improvised. My tag is on the back of the card.
Digital Image: Panda Bears (Oddball Art); Ink: Poppy Seed (Taylored Expressions); Cardstock: Cookie Monster, Sugar Cube (both Taylored Expressions), Whisper White (Stampin' Up!); Patterned Paper: Hello Happiness 6x6 Paper Pack (Taylored Expressions); Dies: Celebrate Die (Taylored Expressions), Standard Circles (Spellbinders), Stitched Tags Dies (Unknown); Other: Cookie Monster Enamel Dots, Sugar Cube Enamel Dots (both Taylored Expressions)
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what a great way to show off these cute panda images,ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Martha, love these little cutiesReplyDelete
Hugs Julie xxx
Brilliant waterfall card, Marsha. A waterfall card is still on my list of techniques to try, thanks for the inspiration. xxReplyDelete
Thanks, Liz! My first and they are such fun to make.Delete
A beautiful waterfall creation Marsha, lovely bright colour.ReplyDelete
Hugs Babs x
Thanks, Babs! It was fun to make.Delete
Brilliant waterfall card Marsha, it's a great way to display several images on the same theme. The colourful dp and bright blue border provide a lovely contrast to the black and white images, fabulous job!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Chris! Those pandas were such fun.Delete