Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Double D - Don't BUG Me!

Hello Friends!
It's time for a new challenge over on the Double D Challenge Blog!
Team Diane is hosting today and the theme is:

Don't Bug Me!

Here's what I've created using a VERY OLD  Stampin' Up stamp set (circa 2006).
And, here's the fabulous mood board Diane has created for your inspiration:

I stamped my image onto Vellum and white card stock.
Using various blue & green Spectrum Noir alcohol markers to color in the backside of the dragonfly, I then used a spray adhesive to adhere it to the card stock image.  The white card stock image was previously die cut using the Tutti Designs Scalloped Stitched Square die set.

TUTTI-420 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Squares

To create my accent panel behind the dragonfly panel, I used Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks to create a panel I would use to die cut.  I used 'cracked pistachio' and 'peacock feathers' onto watercolor paper.

Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Cracked PistachioDistress Oxide Ink Pad - Peacock Feathers
After my panel was dry, I die cut it with this fun Dee's Distinctively 'Lattice 1' die.

Dee's Distinctively Dies - Lattice 1

A few accent dots of White Nuvo Crystal Drops and my card is complete.

Nuvo Crystal Drops - Gloss White

I hope you'll come join in our challenge fun!
 YOU could be the lucky winner of a fabulous prize offered up by Diane!
Here's what is up for grabs this challenge ...

An assortment of butterfly, ladybug and insect stickers for card making.

 So be sure to pop over to the Double D Challenge Blog to see all the details and amazing samples created by our VERY TALENTED design team ladies!!

Challenges to share in:
Crafting by Design August Challenge - ATG
Creative Moments Challenge #149 - ATG
Ellibelle's Creative Moments August Challenge - Feature a Creature
Thanks so much for stopping by!
  Hope to see you at Double D!
As always . . .

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