Friday, March 9, 2012

More Digi Paper

At long last, it's only taken me a week to get this card made, and then I missed the cut-off for posting it in the MFT gallery over at SCS. Oh, well.

Here's the (old) MFT sketch:

I saw these layers as a perfect opportunity to use more of Mel's digi papers that I'd printed out. Here's my card:

I used a different Ephemera digi paper for each of the sketch elements, and used retired SU Going Grey for contrast between the layers.

The only stamping I did is the sentiment and yellow stars from the MFT You Move Me set. The moon was also stamped onto some of the Chevron paper, then cut out and layered onto several more cut-outs of itself for dimension. I outlined the moon with my black Memento marker so you could see it. Please ignore the fact that it's hanging unnaturally in the sky. Just a little "off". ;/

So, today is FRIDAY, and that means the VSN over on Splitcoast is TONIGHT, BABY! Actually, tonight and most of Saturday. Please stop by, read up on what's required (pretty much showing up is all you need to do), check out the challenges, and play along! The more, the merrier! My challenge is 8 pm Saturday, and I'd love if you'd join in the fun.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. oooh. 8pm your time - i might actually be able to make your challenge. YAY!

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  3. Jennifer mentioned on her blog that it happens to be your birthday today! "Happy Birthday!!!"

  4. And I love that card you made, love those colors!!

  5. This is SO very beautiful! That sweet moon & stars and the sentiment. Not to mention that you made those papers look like a gazillion bucks! I never know how to layer. LOVE the way you did it. By the way Happy Happy Happy Birthday to You! I hope this is the very best year you've ever had. xox


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