One fun part about blogging is that it is your art. An expression of yourself. Everyone looks at art differently. Some like the CAS look, some mixed media. There are many styles of cards. I look at cards like material...I like all of them!! I do not have to keep my cards because they are on the web. It will be a legacy I leave my three boys. You have different moods, feelings, styles that are expressed on paper. I love to try different techniques and seeing what comes from the creation!!
I wanted to do something fresh, lighthearted and fun so I made this card to coast into year two on. I received this die cut from my CCC friend. If you are not a part of CCC, here is the info. It is fun to get a card from somewhere in the world and sometimes there is a little sumpin, sumpin The sign up for November is currently open and here is the link http://dominodebi.typepad.com/sos/2015/10/november-2015-card-chain-challenge-sign-up.html
After using this bike as a stencil on yesterdays card (Bike for Becca) it was purple. I wanted a black bike so I dipped it in my black ink pad. Then I stamped the butterflies and cut them out. I stamped the geometrical shapes and colored them in. Happy Birthday was stamped and the BLOGAVERSARY card was created!
Since it is purple and my cards to raise awareness for domestic violence are being donated, they will go to a neighbor who works with people going through domestic violence in the community.
Stamps used: STAMPlorations and a vintage Stamping Up
Dies used: I believe it is a Taylored Expressions die.
Blogaversary Bike is linked to:
The Damsel of Distressed Cards http://www.damselofdistressedcards.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-hop-to-stop.html
613 Avenue Createhttp://avenue613.blogspot.com/2015/10/challenge-145-anything-goes-or-use-one.htmlhttp://avenue613.blogspot.com/2015/10/challenge-145-anything-goes-or-use-one.html
Word Art Wednesdayhttp://www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/2015/10/challenge-204-anything-goes.htmlhttp://www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/2015/10/challenge-204-anything-goes.html