I'm going to admit, I found this one a real challenge. Had a few different tries before I settled on Itchy.
Of course, with it being a Bugaboo Digi Images blog, we'd love for you to use one but it's not essential. If you are new to digis or want to try before you buy or simply looking to expand your Bugaboo collection, remember that there is a freebie available every Friday. Head on over to the shop now to pick up this week's one. And make sure you visit the challenge blog at CATCH THE BUG for all the details and more inspiration from the Design Team.
Do you like the sentiment on this card? What, can't you see it?
Here it comes...
There it is!
I first saw this type of card via some fellow Bugaboo design team members - Cely and Marilyn. I loved them and knew I had to have a go. I used the Stocking Santa from Bugaboo and an Old Olive colour scheme. I used a PTI background stamp and stamped Old Olive ink on the Old Olive and White cardstock to create co-ordinating papers.
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
It's Christmas time over at Ooh La La today! That is this fortnight's challenge.
Now this topper doesn't come as pyramage. i took it into Publisher and used the crop tool to keep cropping down to create the layers. Was quite quick and easy. I like the matching backing paper too. Made it a zig zag card do add interest. When I layered it up (before sticking it down), I felt the white was too harsh so used some distress ink to tone it down a bit.
JJ looks in her element here in the garden! Had this image for a while but this is the first time I've actually coloured her in. Thought it was about time she had an outing. You can find her HERE in the Bugaboo shop.
The card was made for the Catch The Bug Challenge which this week (and every first Saturday of the month) is ANYTHING GOES. There's prizes to be won so make sure you head on over for all the details.
Bugaboo are sposoring Fussy and Fancy's latest challenge - a Christmas theme! It's been great having their DT play with Bugaboo images as well as our own. Always great to get a head start on the game!!!
So, being Christmas, I thought Stocking Santa had to come out again...
Click here to check out my door hanger treat holder tutorial. Easy to follow, full instructions with pictures. Go on, have a go! Remember to let me know if you have a go as I'd love to see what you do with it.
Freddo Holder Tutorial
Look here for a tutorial with instructions and picture on how to make a quick and simple treat holder for any occasion. Click on the pic for all the info. Let me know if you use it.