Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday Spy-day with PaperCrafty

Hello again!  It's another Friday Spy-day at TGF's Farm Fresh Challenge blog!  And, for some extra fun, the Bugaboo crew is playing along with us today!  See the FFC DT's Bugaboo creations here, then hop over to the Bugaboo blog and check them out!  Today's challenge is to CASE this fantastic card by PaperCrafty! 
card by PaperCrafty
The card base is kraft with layers of lilac and basic black.  The lilac layer is embossed using the domino cuttlebug folder.  (Can you believe I found it on clearance at Hobby Lobby for just $2.38?)  I used a white gel pen to add the dots.  The upper pieces has Early Espresso baker's twine tied on.  Once the lilac layer was mounted on basic black, I used dimensionals to adhere to the kraft base.  The blue quote sheet is from the Quotes Smash Pad, mounted on Basic Black.  The image is TGF's Wild Sprout Audrey digi, colored in copic markers.  She is one of my fav digis because she is such a cheeky tomboy!  The two layers are mounted with dimensionals.  The sentiment is stamped in Whisper White using Studio g alphabet stamps from Michael's dollar bin, then punched with 1 1/4" circle and mounted on a 1 3/8" basic black circle.  The sentiment is mounted to the card with a dimensional. 
Be sure to head on over to the Farm Fresh Challenge blog and show us what you can do with PaperCrafty's card!  Thanks for looking!  April


Bumbles and Fairy-Tales said...

She is definitely one of my fave Wild Sprouts, I just love her attitude! She's looks so pretty in lilac! Sweet card :)
hugs, margie

Emily Leiphart said...

These are adorable! Great design and colours. I love them!

Paul said...

I love the colours you chose. Very fresh and vibrant. Thanks for having me with you for this weeks challenge.

gobeagirl said...

April, this is just darling! I love, love the embossing paper behind her. Just adorable! Great coloring of course. Hope you are having a great weekend. I am hopping around blog land today, and then I am getting to work. lol Hugs, Lisa