1. Kraft/black playing card DSP: Graphic 45 "All Decked Out" and "Bits and Pieces"
2. 2 sided Yellow polka dot DSP: Bo Bunny Vintage Buttercup
3. Red Chevron DSP: Glitz in Town "Yours Truly Chevron"
4. The other yellow DSP: My Mind's Eye "Nostalgia"
5. Red and white lace DSP: Jenni Bowlin "Lacy Border"
6. Black and white DSP: Jenni Bowlin "Deco Chain"
Kaisercraft Flourishes die cut wood pieces "Playing Cards" (mine was a spade)
Buttons from Basic Grey and American Crafts
Martha Stewart Glitter backless brads, Kaiser bling
Ribbons: black/white diamond check "Celebrate It", Yellow by PTI, Red and black from Offray
We were challenged too use at least two of the DSP, at least one ribbon, your wooden charm, one bling and one button. Here's the card I made in answer to the challenge:
I used both pieces of the Graphic 45 DSP. I cut out the "playing cards" from one and arranged in a fan shape like a playing hand. My wood "spade" die cut was arranged over one of the spades on the "card" front while I placed a black bling on top of the other spade. The "heart" and "diamond" on the other two "cards" were enhanced with a red bling. This darling image called "Pair of Aces" is from Whipper Snapper. I colored with Copic Markers to coordinate with the Graphic 45 DSP, added a ribbon bow to the bow on the lady's bow alond with the Martha Stewart glitter backless brad on her heart. The ace of spades received a clear button with a twine bow over the largest spade. The image was layered over the playing cards with dimensionals. I decided to stick with the neutral theme of the Graphic 45 papers and add just a pop of color with the red ribbon, bling and a red cardstock panel. I think I managed to meet all the requirements of the challenge. What do you think?
Please check out the other Divas starting with our leader Kelly here:
Then check out the Dazzlers starting with their leader Jeanette here:
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