Friday, 27 March 2015

Imagine That Digi of the Month Progressive Challenge


The set above was given courtesy of the Progressive Challenge at Imagine That!

I decided to print out the sentiment and the two peacocks pre-coloured...
then what to do with them?

Recently I noticed a tutorial for a double easel card -
 I thought that would make a change - so here's my first attempt at one!


I used different blue cards to mat the images and sentiment, and make the base.


I added webby ribbon along the front and a waterfall of ribbon flowers from my stash...




Not sure about the double easel card - will have another go later...

Happy Crafting!


8 comments:

  1. Oh wow Susan!! Loving your double-easel so much, I've never seen one like this :) Very interesting and pretty - loving that this set came with 2 peacocks - it was perfect for your new card style. Oh, I have to share this on our FB page! Thanks for playing with us again this month, I just love seeing what you do with my digis *Ü* xx

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    1. Thank you Kris...glad you liked it - happy for you to share it wherever you like!

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  2. Wow! This is gorgeous! I love the double easel card. The flowers are beautiful. They look like a peacock feather the way you laid them out. Beautiful lace. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Imagine That DT

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  3. I love this, Susan - a really clever design and it's great to see both images being used like this,

    Thanks for joining us at Imagine That - hope to see you again next month.

    Helen x

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  4. Your card is absolutely stunning as Kris said I have never seen a card like this before. Your very talented and I sure hope you come play along next month as well.
    Lynne DT

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  5. Thanks you everyone for your kind words!

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