The challenge is Up Up and Away (or The Sky's the Limit), and your make must feature something you would see in the sky, simple really. So what can you see in the sky? Balloons, kites, birds, planes, clouds, rain, rainbow, umbrellas, etc, well there is a lot to get you thinking!
the Cutting Cafe who sell not only digital images but cutting files too. The images come on PDF sheets and you buy them in sets and you get a lot of images and sentiments for your money.
The Cutting Cafe provided the team with two sets, Up Up in the Sky and Rain Rain go Away, and here are some examples from the team using those sets.
First our Guest Designer Bev G who stepped in to help us out at short notice, thanks Bev.
Bev added stamped swirls and dry embossing for a lovely effect on her cheerful hot air balloon card.
I decided to use a digi stamp from the up up and away set. I had so many ideas in my head for this that I ended up starting the card 4 times.....but my MoJo deserted me along the way. I decided in the end to go with the really brightly coloured card I made using the Birthday Balloons Image. Printed onto a blue background and coloured in lots of brightly coloured promarkers I thought this would be nice for any youngster.Lyn
I've gone for 'Rain' (seeing the lovely sun has gone!) and used my own Digi, Henry In The Rain a long with two images from our lovely sponsors 'These Boots were made for Splashing!' and The 'Happy Birthday Balloons' which I've placed inside the card!Cazzy
I used the ready coloured kites in the Up Up in the Sky set, mainly due to time constraints. I used Microsoft Snipping tool to capture the images and copy them into Serif Page Plus to make a scene, then I printed just the kites and cut them out to decoupage a little. I added a wavy greeting from the set and cut out a Lets Go Fly a Kite to finish it off.
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