Today I'd like to show you two different cards I made using some digital images from Daydream Designs.
The first card features a set of digis that are quite new...just recently released! Actually it is two sets that go together: "Vintage Stove" (which I colored with colored pencils) and "Art of Baking Colored Digi Set".
The stove was supposed to be red but I used the wrong kind of paper for colored pencils. So please use your imagination! The checked papers in the background are also from a DD digi set: "Rustic Ginghams". The "wooden" table is just some wood-grain DP I have scraps of.
Now, how many of you remember the OLD country song called "Hey, Good Lookin'"? We have a friend who occasionally will just break into song and sings a few bars of this for us...its hilarious because he looks like he just stepped out of the Kentucky hills...big, bushy beard and grubby clothes, with a huge grin! Another song he sings is "Whooka tooka my soda cracka". If you know THAT song you MUST let me know!
Oops! Back to the cards.
This next card features one of the Bible verses that is a favorite of one of my fellow DT members. The 3 "DT Favorites" Scripture sets came out last year but are still very popular. This is Kris Breach's fav...it is Lamentations 3:24. It is found in the "Dream Team Scripture Set 2" and is colorized already so this was a fairly easy card to put together. The butterflies are from "D.T. Scripture Set 3"...the purple one I colored with a Memento marker. The embossing folder is a Spellbinders M-Bossabilities "Framed Labels One", which I inked lightly. The 2 smaller pre-colored butterflies are raised a bit with pop dots; the ribbon is from my stash, as are the little matching rhinestones.
Scripture Set 2 Scripture Set 3
Daydream Designs now has some brand new Valentines/Hearts/Red & Pink digis on the store site.
We are having a Blog Hop next week so you can see them then (and get FREEBIES and PRIZES)or just pop over to the website a minute and check them out right NOW!
Thanks for stopping by today! Blessings to you all!