My Stitchey Bear image is a picture of a "Senior Citizen" bringing a pathetic little flower. The flower was so small that I decided to enlarge it a little by placing a yellow sequin flower on top. The background paper is some I have had in my stash for a long, long time. (It's time to use it!)
I used Stitchy Bear's 'happy happy' digi, coloured with spectrum noir pens, mounted on to a piece of silver mirror card and then matted on to a patterned paper with a cut out pink and silver border created with a Martha Stewart punch, with just snippets of pink and white spotted ribbon.
MicheleThis week I chose a digital image from Stitchy Bear called "Gran's Garden" and I've also added a birthday sentiment digital image from Clear Dollar Stamps. Starting with a digital background from the Primavera series by itKuPiLLi I've once again this week created a 100% digital creation. I arranged my images and did all the coloring in Photoshop. The sun in the corner is not a stamp -- just a digitally hand-drawn image. You can never have enough birthday cards ready to go so I hope you will join this challenge. Have a wonderful week.
For this card I used the Stitchy Bear "Happy Happy" image kindly supplied by our sponsor. It was colored digitally. I wanted my card to have a vintage feminine look so it is clean and simple. I adorned it with some pearls, some flowers, a sentiment and a floral eyelet ruffled fabric trim. Keep playing along with us and have a magical week!
BarbaraFor the second week of the Birthday Challenge I used the bonnet girl from Stitchy Stamps. I coloured her with spectrum noir markers . I used spellbinders Labels eight and Decorqative labels eight. the cardstock I used is GP white and Ballet Blue.