Happy Tuesday Everyone!I can't believe it was a year ago (March 1st) that we began sharing inspiration samples at the Dies R Us Inspiration Blog. Each day Monday through Friday the ladies of this wonderful team have shared a new & exciting creation to help spark your mojo in creating with die cuts. I can remember how excited I was to be selected as a member of this talented team! I've learned so much from each one of them in their unique styles and use of die cuts on their card creations.
So, to celebrate the occasion, I've created this special card!
How much fun is it to turn a plain piece of white card stock into a colorful panel by simply sponging on a variety of ink colors
I chose to go in a circular motion with each color and fill in any white gaps between colors. Of course, you could also do this in a striped pattern if you want to use the entire panel as your background.
Here is a side view so you can see that I popped up the center pieces of the balloons as well as the Sue Wilson background panel. Just that little bit of added dimension can really add character to your cards!
You may remember seeing this card on my blog last week using the opposite scheme ... colorful background and white die cuts (same Memory Box die).
I really like both versions ... which one is your favorite???
Reminder ... when you are shopping at our Dies R Us store and find that the dies you are looking for are Out of Stock ... simply click on the 'Put Me On The Waiting List' tab ... fill in the information and you will be notified via email as soon as it's back in stock. It has been my experience that this typically doesn't take much time at all!
OH and don't forget to join in our new challenge over at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog ... this time around the theme is MONOCHROMATIC (and die cuts of course).
Well it's time for me to go get a piece of that Birthday Cake! LOL!
As always . . .