Cookin' It Up With Katie challenge blog. You'll also get to see what the rest of the design team did with the Meljen's images. I got a sneak peek at them and one is cuter than the other.
For this card I printed out the image on Georgia Pacific card stock and colored it with Copic markers. I matted it with a piece of scrap and pounced around the edges with Ranger Tea Dye. For the patchwork I cut up some October Afternoon "Thrift Shop" papers. As a former quilter (maybe one day I'll take it up again) I can tell you that it's a heck of a lot easier and faster to make a paper quilt than a material one. AND the math is a lot easier too. AND I don't have that stabbing pain in my shoulder blades. Hmmm, maybe I'll just let all those unfinished quilts remain as they are.
Here's the rest of the deets:
Stamp - digital image from Meljen's
Ink - printed on my HP; Ranger Tea Dye
Paper - white Georgia Pacific card stock; green scrap card stock; pink Colorbok card stock; dp October Afternoon "Thrift Shop"
Miscellaneous - TCP buttons and twine; ribbon; bear charm acharmingplace.com; Joy pearls
Here's the challenges:
Cooking it Up with Katie - a Furry Friend, patchwork and button
Shabby Tea Room Week #25 - Old Meets New (the pearls are old and the image is new - everything else is in between age)
Oh, Alice Chapter 28 - make a card with a little girl theme ( the floral dp reminds me of little girl dresses and every little girl has to own a teddy bear, that's probably a law in every part of the world)
Cupcake Craft Challenge #106 - Let's Get Digital
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