So, I was wandering around the Hobbycrafts show at the NEC a while back when I bumped into Lynda Chapman, she immediately reached up, yanked a CD ROM from her display, thrust it towards me and told me that I would love it.
The CD ROM in question was the “Here Comes The Girls Brights and Lights” collection.
Apparently it was true – I did love it!
That Lynda Chapman must be psychic or something.
In my last post (featuring the Pollyanna Pickering DVD ROM) I chose to try something simple first. Well, you don’t have to be psychic to guess that I did the same for this one.
I am currently colouring in some of the digi stamps from the collection however, as a little creative break, I printed off one of the design sheets and made a simple friendship card.
The sheet was printed twice onto Super Smooth cardstock.
The main square topper was cut and then I also cut two further layers, eliminating some of the background each time in order to create my own decoupage effect.
I then cut out a range of the floral embellishments that were on the sheet, along with the friendship sentiment.
To assemble it, and build it into the finished eight inch square card, I teamed it up with some basic cardstock from a Die Cuts With A View pad.
A few gems were added to finished it all off.
And that was that – here are a few pictures …
Not bad eh? I’d like to take the credit for it however it was all inspired (and mostly pre-designed) on the topper sheet from the CD ROM.
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