As March is a month containing 5 Saturdays, once more we have a Guest Designer for our Lucky Dip Challenge!
We have chosen
as our challenge and
as our Guest Designer.
Lizy has scarcely missed a challenge and is often the very first to submit a card each week. Her work is simply super and we're sure you'll congratulate her on being chosen.
Please pop over to her blog and check out more cards Lizy has made using scallops for this week's challenge.
For this card, I dry embossed a scalloped Nestie square directly onto the card base and surmounted this with a square of card embossed with a Stampin' Up folder.
The butterfly is from Memory Box using some squished flower background for the base and plain white card for the top layer. I glued the whole of the base layer, adding the filigree top layer and covering the rest with Glamour Dust. The sentiment is computer generated.
Here is another Anniversary card.
I used my new Fiskars interchangeable punch, bought at the NEC, for the daisy border, threading it with some ribbon. The card and ribbon were coloured using a Promarker. The scallop border and the embossing were done with Stampin' Up products. The little flowers on the sentiment panel were cut from the border punchies and once more, the sentiment was computer generated.
For my first card I used a hostess only set from Stampin Up and stamped it onto off white card in dark brown ink. I then cut a scalloped edge using a memory box die. It's finished off by stitching around the edge and some early expresso ribbon tied simply in a bow. The sentiment is also from Stampin Up.
It's quite an easy challenge this week, so we'd love to see lots of lovely scallops from you all!
Right up my street this week ladies, and gorgeous DT examples to inspire!ReplyDelete
Stunnning cards from the Dt's xxReplyDelete
What another great challenge, and some wonderful inspiration from the DT.ReplyDelete
Suzy B :)
WOW Stunning DT Cards, Not played along for a long while, Looking forward to trying to play again, HazelxoReplyDelete
So many lovely examples of scallops!ReplyDelete
Love the gorgeous sample cards Lizy, Chrissie and Jen.ReplyDelete
Just a little scallop always adds a sweet touch to a card. Love that you chose that theme this week.ReplyDelete
A testing challenge, and great DT inspirationsReplyDelete
It's a great challenge. I love all the cards others made and it's fun to see all different cards.ReplyDelete