This week, Fitztown's Design Team and I are hosting Challenge #46 - Step Card. I'll be honest with you... I almost called in sick! lol I've done this once before using a tutorial I found on Pinterest and I must not have read and understood the instructions because I had to cut... and cut... and cut... and when I thought I was done... I had to cut some more! :'( I almost cried! lol Ssooo... this time around... I found a template at Digital Delights and JUMPED. ON. IT! Jury is still out on that but I was able to at least get the base cut correctly. However, I'm thinking... I don't know how to get it to sit right so I can photograph it. Every time I tried to get a picture... it insisted on laying down! Lazy! lol It still came out much nicer than my first one and I didn't have to cut... and cut... and cut... and when I thought I was done... cut some more! lol
Here is my card:
A side view:
Another side view:
A close up of the image:
A close up of the feathers:
I'd like to enter my card into these challenges:
I am a follower of these blogs. The blog layout I use does not allow me to list challenges on a sidebar. Instead, I display badges and / or links here.
This is how I put my card together:
Colored Image from Fitztown
Sentiment from Create with TLC
Handmade flower using Recollections' daisy punch from Michael's
Card stock, feathers and rhinestones from my stash
Thanks for stopping by!
Ema, this is amazing, I love it! All the elements are perfect. thiis is another one I haven't seen. I really wish they would put them in the shop. They would sell!ReplyDelete
A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges.ReplyDelete
Wow, a beautiful project!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Penny's Paper Crafty and I hope we see you again soon!
This is gorgeous! The black and white with red is so pretty. Love your decorations and design. Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Throwdown.ReplyDelete
Very Classy, love it, thanks for joining us at Crafters Cafe this weekReplyDelete
Pretty card Ema. Lovely work as always. JudyReplyDelete