Finally had time to make a card....lots going on....we're renovating. Congratulations Jean on being selected as our Featured Stamper this week. I was already a fan....and it was fun to take a closer look at your gallery.
This is the beautiful card I cased. I changed the orientation and the colour.
I tried something new with the dp.....I downloaded it!! It never really appealed to me before, but I realized that the advantage is being to size it to any size I wanted....so I made it 5.25 x4 and was therefore able to use the WHOLE piece.....unlike when you buy a piece of dp you can only use part of it and are never able to bring in the whole design (the way you can when you use a whole piece on a scrapbook page for example) kwim?
Here's a link to the site....the blogger, whose name is Pamela, does charge anything for her digis.
TFL and congratulations again, Jean....enjoy your week!!
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Sun, Mar 30, 2014 @ 5:39 PM
awesome! That paper is wonderful and is perfect for the color of the poppies...so much depth too.
Thanks for linking up Pam. I ask, should we be leary of the 3-d technology printers that will be commonplace soon??? Would that mean we could click on an avatar of a SCS friend and outta the printer pops said friend???? just thinkin'.
Happy renovating,,,I totally know what that's like. Bet it will beautiful.
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Sun, Mar 30, 2014 @ 8:53 PM
what a neat idea. So pretty a choice you downloaded too, so soft. cute lil birdies in the trees, can hear them singing now..:0)...TFS
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