Good morning all
Hope this (Spring??) morning finds you well. So sorry I haven't been around much lately and I still haven't caught up on my visiting. I've tried to keep on top of my DT work and have just about made it by the skin of my teeth!! but I don't have a lot of time for anything else - life's going through one of those busy/manic/disaster! phases at the minute- but I'm hoping things might improve this coming week!
Anyway enough of my grovelling lol- and back to the matter in hand which is the Paper Shelter Challenge - and this week its the easiest of them all -
I chose this really cut little 1920's girl - she was new at The Paper Shelter last month - I just love her
In the 20's set- available here
The image and the background comes in the set and I decided to use them both - just to show how you can ring the changes with these sets. The sets with the ready made background papers make for a really quick card that looks great but I printed off two of the paper so that I could cut out the oval and layer it up mounted onto card and foam pads to give some dimension and also thread a ribbon through behind the oval. The paper also comes with fancy corners ready printed - which look really great - but again I've added my own metal corners over to add more depth to the card. The only other additions are some gems and a couple of sentiment tags, finally I coloured my image with copics and rismacolour pencils and cutit out and and mounted it onto foam pads - simples!
I'm really rather pleased with the effect of this card. it looks as if there are lots of layers, and it was so easy to make - there are some fabulous cards on the Paper shelter challenge blog this week - you really must have a look and join in our "anything goes".
We have fabulous prizes as always if you play with any TPS product, either images or paper packs you have the chance of winning our mega big gift voucher worth $30 to spend in the TPS store. Playing with another brand gives you the chance of winning three (3) digis of your choice, - so what a re you waiting for!?
Challenges I'm entering with this card
Divas by design - Use metal (corners)