Sunday, September 30, 2012

Sweet Art

In August I had my sister come over for a visit with a little friend of hers that she was babysitting for the day.  I was working on a card for a challenge that never got entered in time, but I thought I'd show it now!  This little girl wanted to create a card too so I gave her an image and pencil crayons, then showed her how to build a card once the image was coloured in.  She LOVED my Cuttlebug! :)
We both used the same image 'Sweet Straberries' from Digi Darla.  First one of mine was coloured with markers then simply trimmed and matted onto Magnolia designer paper.  Letters and flowers are from my alphabet stash.
For my second card, I used watercolour crayons then my cuttlebug to cut it out.  Matted onto the same designer paper and used a new tool to cut slots and weave ribbon through the side to mimic leaves.  Letters and flowers are from my stash.
And this was the 8 year old artist's version.    Pencil crayons as I mentioned, then cuttlebug and a Spelbinder frame die cut and some more flowers from my stash.  She made this card for her mom... just because.

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