For now though, it is time for Challenge #88 and the theme this week is "Berrylicious". Mmm, mmm and yum, yum. Sweet succulent berries of all kinds. For this challenge we want to see berries incorporated into your project. Whether you use cranberries, strawberries, blueberries, another kind of berry or a mixture of them all, show us your berrylicious creations.
As it usually goes, one person will be the lucky winner of FIVE Digi Darla (DD) images! AND any entries using a DD image get entered into a SECOND drawing for THREE images. So, you could technically win eight images! If you do use one of Kim's wonderful images make sure you let us know by writing DD after your name when you enter.
I've used the following Digi Darla images in my project this week:
Here are the card and details, I hope I haven't forgotten anything...
- This card is for my cousin's partner who will be celebrating her birthday in just a few days.
- Chocolate Cake Colored: Don't those chocolate covered strawberries on the top of the cake look yummy? You can find this precoloured image in the DD store by clicking on the image name or watermark linked above.
- While the image of the cake itself was coloured, I decided that I wanted to ground it because it looked a little odd just sitting in the middle of the white space. I'm not sure why, but my grounding didn't really blend well at all this time around. Usually it is so much smoother.
- Digital Designer Paper:
- The strawberry and lime paper and the swirly one are from K & C Company Designer Paper--Best of...florals collection.
- I decided the card needed a little something extra so I fussycut out some strawberries from the remaining bit of designer paper and added them to the opposite corners. You know me, I have this preference for symmetrical balance.
- Strawberries: You can find this tasty image in the DD store by clicking on the image name or watermark linked above.
- This time around I used the image as simple line art matching the colour to that of my paper.
- I worked the sentiment around the image using brown to match the cake on the front. Then I printed it all out together.
- Michael's Recollection's Cardstock, red.
- Matting used on front and inside is Michael's open stock scrapbook paper.
Challenges I am hoping to enter...
- Well I've decided to try and enter a couple challenges this week. Ones where I know people on the design teams. Maybe if I get lucky and win, one of my buddies might give me the heads up. I can only hope because knowing me, I'll never get back there on time to see the winners list before the prize expires...
So, how about you come on over and show us YOUR interesting take on this week's berrylicious challenge by entering your creation at Digi Darla's? While you are there please check out the great projects from the rest of the design team. We always look forward to seeing the delightful creations you come up with.
Until next time,