Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Im a GDT again for The Outlawz...

Hiya peeps

Another make for The Outlawz

The twist this week is to add/use: Plaid...

I was asked to use a digital image from one of this
years sponsors and I chose an image from
She is a joy to colour, to which, I used the metallics mostly
from my set of pencil crayons. I cut her out from the 255gsm smooth white cardstock that I had printed the digi image on.  Once she was cut out, I used double sided foam pads to stick Penny on to a ready due cut oval topper that I had previously die cut (using Tonic Studios mini scalloped ovals). I had already got a 30cm square piece of plaid or tartan paper in my stash. I couldnt have been more delighted. This plaid piece of paper was stuck on to plain black card, both of which I had rounded all 4 corners. After adding the backing papers to the base card. I then opted to use the wide copper coloured ribbon scrap piece (just enough to go across the card), the tartan ribbon bow, pearls  in 2 shades of green, an inverted corners die cut rectangle topper in cream hammered card and the Tonic Studios die cut  "Merry Christmas" sentiment to finish off.

I wish to enter this card into the following challenges:


  1. What an adorable card here. Thanks for sharing at A Gem of a Challenge

  2. Oh how cute is this guy! Loving all the plaid...especially the plaid bow! Thanks for sharing with us at Digi Choosday! ~Katrina

  3. Very beautiful!
    Thanks for joining us at Polkadoodles
    We look forward to seeing you again next time.
    Anna DT

  4. Thi is too cute .Thanks for joining us in our Anything Goes challenge at Polkadoodles
    Michelle DT


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