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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

SDC173: Bling It On

France is our hostess this week over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge:

For the longest time, bling in arting was something I stayed as far away from as I could. I don't know how it happened or when, but I suddenly started to add touches of bling on almost every project. And guess what? I love it!

Now you might still be in that first place I was in, or you might be an avid bling user, but for this week's challenge I would like to see you use some bling! Be it a shiny ink spray, glitters you add or an iridescent paint effect, add some bling to your project!

It will for sure lighten up those days that are getting shorter and darker for us who are getting closer to winter!

I love this image and combined it with the border on the bottom.  I couldn't find a sentiment that I wanted to work with it, so I typed my sentiment directly on the cardstock.

Hope you will join us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge for your chance to win a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps.
Card details:
Stamps: 6039 Moon Girl and 2405 Scalloped Lace Border from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake and Confetti White
Inks: Memento Tuexedo Black, copic markers
Embellishments: Washi Tape, jewels, dimensionsals, typewriter


Claudine said...

What a simple but oh so wonderful card, I just love your use of the bling here. So perfect!!

france papillon said...

Delicate and sweet, all packed in one :)))

Kaz said...

This is a beautiful card Kim, I love the look with the kraft background xx

Corrie Herriman said...

Such a happy card, love the blue with the kraft !
Corrie x

Kay Wallace said...

I love the contrast between the Kraft paper and the crisp white matting for your focal image, Kim! Makes quite a statement! Great use of glimmer and shine on Moon Girl's wings and the moon on her tummy! You rocked the bling thing! ;-)

Sam & Poppy said...

OMGoodness, so adorable :)

massofhair said...

CAS cute sparkly gorgeousness :-) xxx

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