Thursday, April 22, 2010

Mo's Digital Challenge 28 - a Recipe

This week at Mo's Challenge blog, Peggy, our hostess has given us a recipe to follow.... 3 Designer Papers, 2 Buttons or Brads and a Ribbon. Won't you join in on the fun and play along for a chance to win a Mo Manning digi image of your choice.  You must use a Mo Manning image on your card, if you don't have one, you can get a freebie over at her Paper Craft Planet group, become a member and keep up to date on all the freebies!

For today's card, I chose one of Mo's new images called Sleepy Sage.  I just love her. I measured my largest Spellbinders Label Four die and then sized Sage to fit.  I printed her onto Cryogen paper with my inkjet printer.  Copics used:
Sage - E000,. E00, R01
Hair - E21, E33
Jammies - BV01, B60, R32
Bear - E93, E97, RV21, R01, R11

I airbrushed YR21 around the image before removing it from the die.  The DP is from the Basic Grey Oh Baby collection.  The border punch is Martha Stewart's Cornice Border which I also used on the 4 corners.  Finished size is 6" square. 

So be sure to check out what the rest of the design team and has come up with.  And I hope I have inspired you to give digi stamps a try.


Bonnie Brown said...

Sage is beautiful! I love your use of Martha Stewart's punches and the DP papers. The stitching really pops the entire card.

Elaine L. said...

SO cute! I love the colors and papers on this.

Dawn B. said...

This is very sweet. I love the way you used your dies. Great job Sandy.

Cheryl said...

Gorgeous,so beautifully coloured and I love how you have used the spellbinders!!!

Anonymous said...

Sandy, she is just beautiful! Such gorgeous coloring!

Mo Manning said...

Sandy, this is FABULOUS -- I love everything about it -- I love how it's feminine but not girly!! Your details and your coloring are perfect! xoxoMo

Cathy said...

Sandy, this is sooo cute!!! :) Love the dp's you chose and your coloring is always perfect. Great Job as always!

Sheila said...

This is just beautiful Yoda... Sage looks adorable there with her favourite teddy.... you did an awesome job on her.
Sheila xx