Friday, March 4, 2016

Get Well Soon

Happy Friday Everyone!
Before the weekend begins, I have a fun creation to share that I think would
bring a smile to the face of anyone who's a bit under the weather.
And goodness gracious ... there seems to be a lot
of people feeling like that these days ... COME ON SPRING!!

It's also my new inspiration sample for the Dies R Us Inspiration Blog.

Supplies needed:
White card stock base card.
Design paper of your choice.
Cheery Lynn Designs 'Birch Tree w/Cute Critters' #B370
Memory Box 'Curved Get Well Soon' #99356
 Martha Stewart 'bird' punch

 There are actually FIVE cute little critters with this Cheery Lynn Designs die!  Besides the owl and squirrel which I have used on today's card, it also die cuts a bunny, chipmunk and skunk!  Yep ... a skunk!  lol
I die cut it in white then colored my owl and squirrel with my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.

 I really enjoy the versatility of some dies ... like this Memory Box sentiment die.
You can die cut it and use it as I have done above ... or ...
color the part(s) that pop out and put them back in place.  A totally different look!
 Be sure to look at all your options when die cutting ...
you'll be pleasantly surprised when you 'think outside the box'!

Challenges to share in:
Craft Rocket Challenge - Feathers and/or fur  (bird, owl & squirrel)
Through the Purple Haze Challenge - Make A Scene
Crafting by Designs March Challenge - Anything Goes

Please be sure to take a minute and check out all the fabulous dies available at the Dies R Us Store!  AND, don't forget to come join in the fun at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog!  A new challenge is offered on the 1st and 15th of each month with a PRIZE VOUCHER offered to one lucky winner each challenge.  That winner could be YOU!
 Thanks so much for stopping by today!
As always . . .

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