Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Card Design: Gerda Steiner Designs Progressive Challenge...September

Hey folks! I've managed to finish my card for the Gerda Steiner Designs Progressive Challenge. Check out the cute pig image that we got to work with this month...

Parachute Piggy - Digital Stamp

Gerda always has such fun images to work with. Everyone who played along in last month's challenge received Parachute Piggy 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...

General Info: 
  • 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: 
  • Parachute Piggy You can find this image in the store.  Details above.
  • This image was coloured digitally. Credits include:
    •  Fur was paper pieced using a texture from 123RF
    • Umbrella & harness was paper pieced using three different papers from Imagine That! Digistamp.

Digital Embellishments:
  • The heart was a time limited freebie from Design Cuts. Original designer is Point and Poem.
  • The strings are from the Strings, Ribbons & Washi Tapes section of my A Touch of Class bundle. This bundle can be purchased in the Scribbles Designs store. You can find it HERE.

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.  It has been coloured digitally to match my project colours.

Digital Papers:
  •   Along with the papers I used for paper piecing, I have also used two additional papers from the Counting Sheep digi paper set from Imagine That! Digistamp (preview and link found above).

Digital Embellishments: 
  • I have used basic shapes in Photoshop Elements to create matting in behind the sentiment.
  • 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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Well guys, that is it for this one.

Until next time,

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