Thursday, November 18, 2010

DDSB Anything Goes

Happy Thursday everyone!  This week at DDSB it's "Anything Goes"!  Yeah!!! So whip out those stamps and create a card and enter it so you can have a chance to win a Digi Doodle Shop $10 gift certificate.  You do not need to have a Digi Doodle stamp however if you use one you are entered twice!

For my card I used the image "All Dressed Up".  Isn't it just darling?  I colored using the Derwent pencil crayons with mineral spirit.  The papers are from the 6x6 pad Sassafras "Mix and Mend".  They are gorgeous soft papers however I found them hard to use together.  Most of the papers are already layered up and I have a problem with using one paper and then calling it my own. KWIM?  The sentiment is from Hero Arts.  The flowers are hand made and they look exactly like the mini flowers from Prima.  I will be posting a tutorial in a few days so be sure to check it out.  It is super easy and much easier than the 6 petal x 3.  There is no cutting except your flowers.  TFL and don't forget to head over to the DDSB and see what the rest of the amazing team did! :D


  1. Tina I love everything about this!! It is one of my favorite digi's from the shop.. it reminds me of my daughter when she was a little girl! Your distressing and flowers are absolutely gorgeous!! Again.. love it!

  2. Really lovely Tina, this image always makes me smile. This card is very pretty too,

  3. Tina,
    What a pretty card. Love the flowers and the distressing.

  4. So cute! I love making my own flowers so I can't wait to see your tutorial Tina. They look fantastic!

  5. What a darling. She's so precious Tina. Great job.

  6. Love your paper choice, this is one of my favourite images,
    Ruth x

  7. Oh how cute!! love all your embellies.

  8. This is wonderful, Tina- I have always loved this image!
    Diane x

  9. Wow,

    Tina this looks awesome. I don't know if you meant to, but it has a vintage look, which I love on it.


  10. Super card ! I always love to see how this images is used, love it !
    Hugs, Jóna