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C.Y.D.I.? Denim and Lace Challenge

Today is the first day of the new Can You Digi It? Challenge involving Denim and Lace.

To make this card, I used the Corset image from Dana's Digital Cafe and printed it out on SU! Whisper White and The Paper Studio Blue Jean designer paper. After paper piecing the image, I put on a little Ranger Distress Stickles in Rock Candy because who doesn't like a little sparkle when they are wearing something as expensive as a Corset.

I mounted the image on another layer of Whisper White and put that on a Spellbinders fancy frame die cut in black (Hobby Lobby) because it made the card fancier and this Corset called for fancy! I printed out my sentiment; it says,"The Little Things Make a Difference," - at least that is what the Google Translater says. My bg paper is from the Genuine pad from Authentique (also available in the C.Y.D.I.? store), and it is a house favorite per Michelle (the store owner)!

The blue jean flower was made with some old jeans I had laying around; I cut them with a Tim Holtz distressed flower die using my Big Shot. I rolled them around in my palm to distress the three layers, and then I put them together with a brad I think came from SU! (thanks to Kelly for that tip on cutting fabric with a die and distressing it to make it look like you have had it forever).

Here is a quick link to all the store products I used:


You should join the challenge - who doesn't love denim and lace! There are prizes! Below is the collage that Michelle put together to inspire us.

Thanks for visiting and hugz!!!

Comments

  1. I love the flower....makes me want to run out and get the die! Funny that we are on the same page with the Digis we have used recently!

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  2. Ooo la la!! Well, looky at that purdy denim and lace card, would ya? This is fabulous, Nancy! A really gorgeous use of denim. Love that cool layered flower you created!! Fantastic work!

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  3. LOVE! Wonderful job on your card this week, lady! I love that you paper pieced the corset and the flower is great too!

    XXX

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  4. Terrific card! Love the denim flower, brilliant idea!

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  5. This is fabulous! Love the blue jean flower!! Lovely touch with the iron gate die too!

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  6. Wowzer! I love this card and it is so unique. The paper pieced image is awesome and so is that denim flower. It all looks great on the SB frame die.

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  7. This is so lovely - that denim flower is great and I love the way you did the corset :)

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  8. This is such a fantastic image of a corset.I realy love the denim. This card is truly a work of art, loving it.

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  9. Look at you with that demin flower-well that is just so darn cute. What a wonderful card. I love how beautifully coordinated everything is on this card. Just gorgeous.

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  10. Wonderful creation. Love the detail and denim flower. Just gorgeous!

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  11. I love this card and the denim flower is great. It is such a pretty card and I love the denim corset as well.

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  12. Hi Nancy,
    I have been chosen to receive the Liebster Blog Award and I have also chosen your lovely blog to pass this award onto. I have posted your name on my blog : http://patkscards.blogspot.ca/2012/03/what-great-monday.html . I love your creations and feel that you truly deserve this award. Hugs Pat K

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