Sunday, June 3, 2012

Super Girl . . . Card Patterns No. 168

I am on fire!  I haven't felt this creative in months, and I'm actually have a fantastic time.  Today I have a new card that I made for this week's CardPatterns challenge using one of the images my very good friend Kymberlee from The PaperMidWife sent me months ago.  Alas, I am not a colorist, but having awesome friends who are definitely has its advantages.  This is one of what have to be a million of the cutest colored images Kymberlee sent my way.  I have challenged myself to use these as much as I can, they have been sitting too long!  That said, I am still rocking the sketch feature from the Silhouette Designer software.  I used it for the outside and inside sentiment.  This card is a 100% print and cut. I wanted something patriotic for my Super Girl so I used one of my digital kids for all of the paper - J. Billingsley's Home of the Brave.  Alright, you see the sketch - here is the card.






Recipe:
Paper:  Digital Kit - Home of the Brave by J. Billingsley (SweetShoppe Digital)
Silhouette:  Sketch (inside & outside sentiment); all shapes
Super Girl colored with copics (Kymberlee from The PaperMidwife)
Ribbon:  Papertrey Ink
Twine:  The Twinery
Bling:  My Stash

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a fabulous Sunday everyone!

8 comments:

  1. this card is well...SUPER!!

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  2. Wow Dayna! I don't think I can choose just one or two things i love about this card :) It is so well executed! Thinking I will pin this for inspiration - fantastic!

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  3. Your card is so wonderfully sweet - LOVE it!
    Have a great week, hugs, Karin

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  4. This is so gorgeous, Sabrina!! That image is so sweet and the entire design is fabulous!! What an awesome card...I absolutely love it my friend :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. What a cute image! I live how you decorated the inside too, as always!

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  6. What a gorgeous take on the sketch Sabrina! Love that image and how you finished it in and out. Thanks for playing along with us at Card Patterns.

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