18 May 2012

Die-ing For A Challenge - Anything Goes

Hi all, I am a day late with my DT card for DTDF this week but today we have a new challenge for you. The challenges have moved to the DTDF Blog to make it easier having everything on the one place. This month's challenge is 'anything goes' but remember you must use dies somewhere on your card. For my card I have taken some Echo Park Springtime paper and created the base using two of the sheets. I have die cut an MFT Die-Namic Small Scallop Border with Bazzill Kraft CS and added this behind the top layer. I have tehn taken some white CS and cut a circle using the MFT Die-Namics Circle Stax 1 Collection and mounted this with a Nestabilities Big Scallop Circle cut from more Kraft CS. These have been added to the base with 3D foam pads. I have then taken a CC Designs Butterflies Wings stamp and stamped this with Memento Angel Pink ink and then die cut with the corresponding die. I have added this to the circles with a Glue Dot and added MME Lush Rhinestones to the centre. I have then taken one of the sentiments from the CC EDesigns My R Many Thanks sentiment set, stamped this on white CS and cut out using a MFT Die-Namics Fishtail Flags Stax die. This has been added below the butterfly with my ATG.


Thanks so much for visiting me today, go check out the challenge and my other teamies cards - they are gorgeous!


  1. Love that butterfly Michelle
    Fabby card

  2. So pretty, Michelle. Just loving the layers and the delicate colours. Plus totally loving the font on that sentiment!!! x

  3. Good Morning sweetie this is gorgeous, I love the colours that you have chosen gorgeous hugs pops x


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