Friday, 14 February 2014

Delicious Doodles Digis

I like to use stamps of all sorts and have many!
 Digis, however, are by far the easiest way of me getting new stamps at the moment, 
as I moved to India about 3 months ago.
 I have had some stamps through the post but a few have taken a long time!

So how do I use them?

Well... just before Christmas I used the Delicious Doodles 'Celtic Xmas Tree' for a series of cards:

  • Top left - I just printed the tree on white card and coloured with a Promarker to match the card base. I distressed the edges of the image and added a button and bow to finish.
  • Top right - This time I printed on DP with no colouring.
  • Bottom left - I printed on DP but then coloured with a Promarker
  • Bottom right - this time I printed on one of my 'food colouring and shaving foam' backgrounds and added glitter glue to the tree - I added a Bugaboo image to finish.
But now on to two cards I have made today...
I also like to print an image several times and 'paper piece' to add colour and dimension.
This next card uses Delicious Doodles 'Poorly Moo'.

I also have a little 'dark' side - my final example uses 'Bah Humbug Tree'

I quite like CAS 'Less is More' cards - here I have merely printed the image and sentiment on gold paper. I matted both on to navy blue cardstock before attaching to a beige card base.
The embellishments - I just added three pearls and two skull beads,
 threaded and tied around the sentiment element.

I am linking this last card to
12 Days of Christmas
and CHNC February extra

 Hope you like them...

Happy Crafting!

1 comment:

  1. I love your trees. Thanks for entering your lovely cards for my CHNC challenge extra for February - hope to see you again soon x


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