Saturday, May 11, 2013

Next month's homework

Once again I have used Sizzix dies in one of the cards I made for next month's card group's monthly challenge.  Each month one member gives each of us a bag of paper and embellishments.  We then use the items in the bag and our own stamps and dies and color media to create several cards/tags, using only a minimal amount of our own paper. (I'm not crazy about pink, especially hot pink!).

I have 32 Sizzix dies/sets designed by Karen Burniston and I haven't yet used them all.  My goal is to use one each month in challenges until I've used them all, (but I have more dies coming in June so this goal will be extended).  This month I used the Floating Frames die designed by Karen Burniston, along with her flourish from the Hello set and the frame from the Scallop Frame and Heart set.  Also from Sizzix, I used the Tim Holtz doily and scallop die.  I colored the images with Copic markers.


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