16 February 2014 – I’m always up for a challenge!!

An MDS challenge that is!! I love doing sketch challenges and this week I’ve had a go at the MDS Monday challenge No. 53, which is focusing on using “scraps”. But it’s digital, I hear you say, there are no scraps!! Well, that’s true, but you can make some!!

Here’s the sketch.

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And here’s my interpretation.

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I love how I can whip up a page in an hour or so. I also love that if I don’t like a stamp or DSP, I can delete it or re-colour it, resize it or change it completely. The magic of digital!! Love it.

Supplies: Finest Simplicity frames, Staple and Stiching, Tres Chic stamp set, 1.25″ square punch, Decorative label punch, Hooray for Parties DSP

If you would like to try out My Digital Studio, you can download it for free by clicking on the button on the right hand side.

Happy (digital) stamping!!!

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29 September 2012 – Festive Friday Challenge

I came across the Festive Friday Challenge at Nicole Derendorf’s blog and thought it was a nice, easy sketch that I could do.  I immediately thought of the Festival of Prints DSP stack in the Holiday catalogue.

It was hard to choose which paper to use, so I picked 5 different ones.  My next dilemma was finding a small stamp to fit into the Modern label punch.  Most of my small word stamps have retired but I managed to find one in the Petite Pairs stamp set which fitted nicely.  I matted it on the ends and then added a decorative label punch with the silver glimmer paper as it is Christmas after all and we need to have some bling!!  This would be a great card for mass production as it doesn’t take very long to put together.

I’d love it if you would leave a comment so that I know there’s someone having a look!

Here’s a close up of the bling.

Stamp Set:  Petite Pairs

Paper:  Festival of Prints DSP stack, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Lucky Limeade, Island Indigo

Ink:  Cherry Cobbler

Accessories:  Decorative label punch, Modern label punch, silver glimmer paper.