For my creation, I used the image Claudia Cow from Digital Delights since it reminded of when I was growing up. Our family ran a dairy farm when I was living home. I colored my image with prisma color pencils and gamsol. The flowers and cow are popped up on dimensionals. The edges of my card are distressed. I used the sketch from the Stampin for the Weekend Challenge. The flower is layered with a handmade crocheted flower and a prima. The buttons are SU Corduroy buttons. The dp is from some scraps in my bin and from the K & Co. Tim Coffey Pad.
Stamps: Digital from Digital Delights called Claudia Cow
Paper: K & Co Tim Coffey, Bitter Chocolate, tan
Accessories: distressor, prisma color pencils, gamsol, Labels 8 die, SU crocheted buttons, Memory Box Ribbon
Saturday Spotlight: Make it Messy- distressing
Stampin for the Weekend Sketch
Spoonful of Sugar Challenge-distress inks for distressing edges
Corrosive Challenge Blog -Wings - My butterfly has wings
Incy Wincy Challenge: Add Texture to your creation- distressing
Crafty Creations- Cut it out and pop it up
Stamp Something - A touch of springTotally Gorgeous - Flower power
Inky Impressions - Think Spring
Flutter By Wednesday- to use a butterfly, angel or fairy on your creation
I hope you enjoyed my creation!! I have scheduled this post since it was beginning at 1 a.m. and hopefully it is not snowing to beat the band like they have predicted. I am so worried that we may lose electric with the heavy snow. Many in the area have already lost power and we are suppose to get another 12-18 inches of heavy snow starting after midnight. I am so praying. Just in case....I have schedule several posts.
I edited my post to share with you the snow we are getting here in NY. Yikes! The flakes are huge and boy is it coming down!!! It started at 6 a.m. this morning instead of midnight but five hours later we have 6 more inches. They are predicting another 2 FEET!!! The 50 mph winds start this p.m. The state has issued a state of emergency for the roads and said if you have not lost power already you will. It is not a matter of will you lose power but of when. YUCK!
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