Hi there sweet peeps! Hope you're having a great week; we are having a new challenge this week at Mo's Digital Pencil Too, and our extremely talented DT sister, Tracy has chosen
this time for us. I admit I rarely use embossing on my cards, I had to search for an hour my embossing plates, put somewhere "safe" as all the things I don't find. Now, you also have the choice of wet embossing, that's about using the heat gun, which I don't have; so those of you who use this technique please show us what you can make, with a Mo image on, of course!
A couple of months back I made a sort of baby Christening box for a boy, I thought then I should reiterate that because I liked the way it turned out. Someone asked me to make her something similar for a baby. Ok, I said, is that a boy or a girl? Just for a baby, she said because she just loved that one and would like to have one she could use in both cases. Well, I thought that was weird, but eventually I came up with this "neutral" purple (yes, I know it's rather girlie, but it's not pink, right?):):
I also made some quilled flowers, I think they are pretty and delicate and look beautifully on baby cards.
Image; Mo Manning- Spit Happens
Backing paper: 300 gr printed cardstock, no DP; some paper made with stamps and embossed paper
Coloring medium: copics, promarkers
Flowers and embellishments: WOC flowers, quilled flowers, pearls and ribbon, Prima pins, feathers, wooden star from stash, clay bee
The baby pic can be inserted under the acetate. There are two sheets of acetate with the frame die cut between them. Here are some close-ups:
And the flower cluster:
That's it from me today, hope I've inspired you to male something similar:) With a baby pic in these look lovely!
This challenge is running for two weeks at Mo's Digital pencil Too; so plenty of time for you to join in! Also, please go take a look at the wonderful craetions of my DT sisters! I always look forward to see what they come up with every week!
And, don't forget, Mo is awarding a 5 dollar shopping spree at her store here for one lucky winner in every 25 entries! Good luck to all and take care!