Welcome to this month’s Fourth Friday Fun Challenge. This month we want to see the frilly, feminine you. Show us your girly side with projects that are sugar and spice and everything nice. Whatever you think is girly goes.
Just link your project using the cute little froggy link (at the end of the post) by midnight Friday, June 4. The project should be a newly created one – no fair linking up old posts.
One entry will be drawn randomly to win this super cute (and feminine) Kraftin Kimmie stamp called Clara and the Bird. If you have any trouble linking – just leave a comment and we’ll make sure you get in the prize drawing.
For my feminine card – I decided to use pink and flowers (both are girly right?). I also used some kraft paper (maybe not so feminine), but punched it to make it look lacy to up the girly factor. I decided to use the sketch from the Cardvarks blog. (Of course I changed the square to a circle and flipped the sketch upside down…. hope they don’t mind)
I used the Peony Digital Stamp set for both the image and the sentiment. The peony is colored with Copic Markers. Here are the colors I used. The image and mattes are cut with Spellbinders dies. For the sentiment I used Labels 11.
The pink (Razzleberry Medium) cardstock is stamped with the Cover-a-Card Quilt background in Cloud white Versamagic ink. I love those big backgrounds!
I punched the kraft paper with the Parisian Border punch. For the strip at the top - I punched one side, then I lined up the punched diamonds to punch the other side and got a strip with no solid middle (the hard part was applying adhesive!).
So that is my feminine card. Here is some girly inspiration from the design team. Make sure you visit their blogs for all the details:
We can’t wait to see all of your girly creations – so go ahead and link them up!