Good morning! It's time for another challenge from the girls at Forever Friends...this month we are playing BINGO...which I love!
The sponsor for the randomly picked winner is Di's Digi Downloads; the winner will receive a $10 voucher to spend in their shop.
I used a cute image from Milk Coffee (Thank you, Milk Coffee!) for my card, and I chose the top row of the BINGO card...ribbon, pink and gems. I colored the image with pencils and embellished the image panel with Swarovski crystals. I used a bit of ribbon in the upper left corner and a bit more in the lower right corner to embellish the handmade felt flower. I used some paper that's been sitting in my stash for a loooong time...it has a really nice texture...it reminds me a bit of wallpaper.
Image: Milk Coffee Stamps Digital Stamp
Ink: Printer, Color Box Frost White
Paper: PTI Stamper's Select, SU! Pink Pirouette and Rose Red, Daisy Bucket Designs DP
Embellies: SU! Rose Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Swarovski Flatback Crystals in "Ruby", Handmade Felt Flower (MFT Loopy Blooms Die-namics Die/PTI Dark Chocolate Felt)
Extras: Prismas/Crayolas/Goo Gone, Spellbinder's Nestabilities, The Paper Studio Sticky Doos
I hope you will play a bit of BINGO with us...I'd love to see what you create!
I am entering my card in the following challenges:
Card Mania: Handmade Flowers
Cupcake Craft: Think Pink
Divas By Design: Use Some Texture
Papertake Weekly: Anything Goes/Celebration
The Crazy Challenge: Handmade Flowers
The Stamping Boutique: Pink, Pink, Pink
Through the Craftroom Door: Anything Goes
Top Tip Tuesday: Good With Food
Tuesday Throwdown: Cute and Cuddly
Sketch from Crafting When We Can
Here's my tip for Top Tip Tuesday: Be VERY CAREFUL when applying glitter to a digi image! The glue can make the ink run and turn your lovely white frosting into a gray mess...not good! Ask me how I know! (wink) I'll tell you.... I added just a touch of glitter to my frosting to give it a subtle sparkle...it was a disaster! I tried to scrape the glitter off, but that wasn't happening.... I printed another image, cut out the frosting, and adhered it over the top of the "gray mess". All is well!
Thanks for stopping by!