After my mammoth colouring session the other day, I have decided to go for "print and cut" to create my DT project for Polka Doodles Challenges. It's inspiration week for the current challenge, "Girly with NO pink" and I wanted to create something for a teenager. I've gone a little grungy using Bonbon Belles ...
The skull is from the cutting files section, which I have recoloured in Word and the skulls border, is one of the brushes (again recoloured in Word). See you don't have to have fancy packages to edit your images and can use what's on your computer!
The sentiment is also from the same CD (again recoloured in Word). I have cut out all the letters, layered them up with 3D foam and then glittered with my GraphIt Shake pen. As a finishing touch, and I suppose the girly element, added sequins and gems.
Now after seeing my card, I realised that it might not be as girly as girly could be, so quickly whipped another one, which is softer in tone ...
Again all the elements are from the Bonbon Belles CD, including that LUSH bubble backing paper ... oooohhhhh, I can see another project coming on soon using that.
Half term is drawing to a close, so I suppose I better start to get organised for next week as have been incredibly lazy this week but sometimes we just need to do nothing!
Have a great weekend everyone,
x x x
Products and links:
7 kids college fund: anything goes
Inspiration Destination: anything goes
Penny's paper crafty challenges: anything goes
City Crafter: sequins
City Crafter: teen