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I am honoured and blessed to have been part of these design teams, of digital stamp artists, challenge blogs, and to have been a Guest Designer. Thank you for the experience of creating with and for, and with, such creative and beautiful people!
This week at the Glitter GeekChallenge Blog, our challenge is SONG TITLES ... we challenge you to create taking inspiration from a song title...and there is no shortage of inspiration!
Ingredients: Pale Pink cardbase; Brown Textured Cardstock; Decorative papers; Vintage Image; Lace, Rhinestones...
This week I chose to create with a vintage image. After the Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss) by Cher, stuck in my head, I went on a hunt for kissy digi images, and couldn't find one that I wanted to use at the time, so I sorted through my vintage photos. I thought this was a treat!
I gave the photo a border of brown textured cardstock, then a border of lace. I then created layers with papers. When all were firmly fixed together, I added the topper to the pink textured cardbase (it is the palest pink!). Some champagne pink rhinestones finish of the corncers of the photo printed image.
I love vintage images, and wedding images more so.
I hope you'll visit us at Glitter Geeks to see our Design Team's inspiration pieces, and then join us in our Song Title challenge.... Thanks for peepin'!
Hi! I'm Pauline ... my near'n'dear call me Polly. I scrapbook, craft cards, and make jewellery. I also design my own card stitching patterns. I sell my creations by order and at a local market.
I care for our teen special needs blessing - autism, scoliosis, and a variety of other trials.
I love to meet others who share my passion for papercrafting!
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I create from the heart... or I wouldn't be crafting! Handcrafted creations are never 'not good enough' ... I share my creations on my blog not to receive praise, but to share part of my self and because I love crafting. I love that the blogging world brings so many like minded, yet diverse people together!