Sunday, August 23, 2009

A day of crafting

No, I did not spend the whole day crafting. But I did manage to do a new challenge over at SNR for Modern Sugar Blvd digital images. They are offering up two free images for the challenge so off I went! I have been wanting to do something like this for awhile, wall art of images so I thought I would try it out with this little shop image. I printed it off four times, and used SU! new incolors to color them in. I think I would have like to use copics more for the blending...but...anyhow...I just matted it on Razzleberry Lemonade DSP with coordinating in-color cardstock. I mounted it in an 8x8 shadow box frame. I really like this idea...I see some wall art in my house in my future! (after I paint that it won't be for awhile!)

We also got an image of this crafter, and I thought it would make a great invitation for a craft day. I put together a pocket card, and have the invitation part peeking out. Ths inside and outside sentiment were printed off my computer.

I kept the in-color theme with this as these colors! Hope you are all having a great weekend, and thanks for taking a few moments to stop by!

images: Modern Sugar Boulevard
paper: SU! Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, SU! Cardstock Dusty Durango, Melon Mambo, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry
technique: SU! Markers


Laura O'Donnell said...

these came out great! I noticed a coupon code over at SNR. I think I might be picking up a few of these digis, they're really cute!

Ann said...

Fabulous creations, Lauri! I love that shadow box!

Stephanie said...

love the wall art - looks so good with the in-colors!

and the invites to the craft day are adorable!! should I send my address? :)

Jennifer Scull said...

you did such an amazing job with these fun images! I am quite impressed, but then again, you are so creative!!!! I used the in colors on mine, too! but then again, what am I NOT using them on these days?!?! ;)

add me to the growing list of attendees to your craft day!!!! :D just make sure there's plenty of coffee........ (it might be a bit of a drive!)

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