Smile

Hi there!!! Another month has flown by, and it’s the start of another new challenge at the Sheepski Designs Facebook group.  All of our challenges are ATG, with an optional theme, if you need help deciding on which image from the Sheepski shop to use.  This month, our optional theme is “Frame It”.  I’ve used the beautiful Fuchsias. I colored it up with my Copics, with a very definite idea in mind.

However, it was verrrry early in the morning, and the coffee hadn’t kicked in yet, so my plans quickly went awry!!  My initial cut when trimming the image was way off, so I decided to crop it all the way around and frame it like that.  I die cut a pretty frame from some shimmery silver paper, and placed the image at an angle on some embossed (you have to look really hard to see the embossed stripes…..the joys of photography!!) background paper that was matte with the same silver as the frame.  I die cut numerous “smiles”, glued them all together for dimension, then colored it with one of the same Copic colors used on the image.  I added some sparkle to the word, before coating the whole thing with Glossy Accents.

  A few silver pearls balance everything out and finish the card off nicely 🙂

I’d like to enter this in the following:

Creative Moments – #152 ATG option of tag/label (didn’t take the option this time)

The Paper Shelter – #354 Sentimental

Through the Craft Room Door – Week of 9-18-18 ATG

Crafts Galore Encore – #55 ATG

Digi Choosday – ATG Week 38

4 comments

  1. Gorgeous card. Love your flowers and frame. Thanks for sharing your creation with us at The Paper Shelter challenge xx best of luck- Patsy

  2. A beautiful card – I love your colouring on the fuchsias and the glossy sentiment. Thank you for sharing your project with us at the Crafts Galore Encore “Anything Goes” September Challenge. Good Luck and hope to see you again next month!
    Carole x DT

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