Hello again! Man, I thought last month was busy trying to catch up from having been sick most of April. Boy was I wrong, this past month has been even crazier! I almost didn't get this card done for two reasons, first was an Internet issue explained in the last post and the second is that when I tried to download the image, my computer thought there was a virus attached and wouldn't download it at all. Thankfully, Gerda was around and able to send me another copy. The nerve of my computer thinking this cute little penguin could have been a virus! A spy maybe, but never a virus! ;)
Anyway, below you will find my entry into the Gerda Steiner Designs Progressive Challenge. First though, check out the cute penguin that we got to work with this month...
What a cutie patootie! All set for a summer picnic! Everyone who played along in last month's challenge received Picnic Penguin for free. If you decide to hop on and play along in the Gerda Steiner Designs Progressive Challenge, then you can purchase this digital by clicking HERE (or on the watermark above to head to its location in the store). This way you'll receive next month's digital stamp for free.
Here are my card and details...
- This card has been created 100% digitally and then layered in a Mock Up (courtesy of Frisk Shop). I will print it out and assemble it a later date.
Digital Image Details:
- Picnic Penguin: You can find this image in the store. Details above.
- This image was coloured digitally. Credits include:
- Sky/Background Clouds (patterns): Webtreats
- I have used a tag shape template. This template was purchased from Marisa Lerin, Pixel Scrapper.
- The brad and ribbon are from my Mommy Dearest kit.
Digital Sentiment Details:
- This sentiment was created by Paulette from Create with TLC. For great freebies and inspiration be sure to click HERE to go to Paulette's blog and for awesome sets for purchase, click HERE to go to the home page of the store.
- I have used basic shapes in Photoshop Elements to create matting in behind the sentiment on the inside and the floor. I also used a basic watercolour brush to create some texture for the floor.
- The tag and mat on the inside were altered using a layer style from Eyeinspire.
- I have applied shadow layer styles to give certain elements some depth. These styles were designed by Sheila Reid, Pixel Scrapper.
Challenges I am entering:
Other challenges I hope to enter...
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- http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.ca/ -- Always Anything Goes
- http://kraftinkimmiestamps.blogspot.ca/ -- Wonderful Wednesdays: Always Anything Goes
- http://scrappers-delights-challenge-blog.blogspot.co.uk/ (UL) -- Always Anything Goes
- http://crafting-with-friends.blogspot.co.uk/ -- (3E) -- Always Anything Goes
Well guys, that is it for this one and I even managed to get the post done before midnight. If things go according to plan I hope to have a freebie for you on Friday. It is definitely on my 'to do' list!
Until next time,