Monday, October 15, 2012

Lovely Silhouette's ...


Good morning. I hope you had a marvelous weekend. Mine was kinda crazy so I'm very happy today is Monday. I'm hoping the week will go a lot smoother than my weekend did. ;D

To help get your week started I have a NEW Digi Makeover Challenge for you to play along with. 
 
 
Here is what I created to share with you today!
 

The image is part of the Faith Hope Love Silhouette Digi Stamp set.  I changed the background to pink, cut it into 5 sections, and then pieced it back together on white cardstock.  I love the floral image and how it looks with the pink backdrop.

I would love to see how you would use a Silhouette Stamp, so why not get crafty and link up your new project at the Digi Makeover Challenge Blog. The only requirement is that you use a Digital Stamp on your project. You can find all of the requirements on the Blog, and while you are there you can see what the rest of the Design Team created and give a warm welcome to our newest Designer Carla.

My design for today's card is based on the Freshly Made Sketches Sketch #56.

Until next time ... Enjoy!

Ruza

Other products used: Neenah Solar White & Bazzill Black cardstock, scrap DP, Nestabilities Die, Martha Stewart Double Loop Punch, AMS Onxy Twine, and my trusty ATG.



5 comments:

Jen Brum said...

Lovely card Ruza! I love those subtle colours! What a great focal image! Love that twine! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

Ann Schach said...

Very pretty, Ruza! I love how you cut the image, and then pieced it together again. It makes a striking focal point! Thanks for playing at Freshly Made Sketches!

LeAnne said...

I love silhouettes, and the beautiful pink you used really highlights your floral! Thanks for playing with the FMS sketch this week!

Ardilla said...

I love your card, your idea of cutting the image in pieces is great and I may use it sometime :)
Love the color and love the delicated result!!!!!

carla said...

Very nice done Ruza.
I love this idea of cutting the image.
Hugs,
Carla