Dear Die-Versions Fans,
In honor of National Scrapbook Day and Mother's Day we on the Die-Versions Design Team have come up with a fun Blog Hop and Card Challenge. The Mother's Day Card Challenge will begin on May 5th and run thru May 11th and the winners will be announced on the Die-Versions Blog on May 15th. The Design Team will be picking 5 winners from the Mother's Day Card Challenge. The theme for this Challenge is to make a Mother's Day Card. To be eligible to be one of the 5 Lucky winners of a $20.00 Die-Versions Gift Card you have to comply with the following:
* Your card must be newly created and PLEASE, no back linking
* Please be a follower of the Die-Versions Blog along with the Design Team Members Blogs (listed below)
* You need to leave a comment on the DV Blog and each of the Design Team Members blogs (listed below)
* You must link your Mother's Day card with the inlinkz link on the DV Blog
* We would love it if you used a Die-Versions die in your card, but that is not mandatory!
Now for some inspiration, here is the list of Design Team Members Blogs:
So have fun hopping and don't forget to leave a comment on the Die-Versions blog and the DV Design Team members listed above blogs!! We look forward to seeing all your beautiful creations!!
Happy National Scrapbook Day and have a wonderful Mother's Day!!
I cut out the vase from the cardstock and adhered it directly to the white cardstock then I colored the flowers with my Copic markers. A Wink of Stella (Clear) was added to the roses for added sparkle.
The background for the flowers was also die cut from white card stock using the Diamonds Background by Die-Versions and the sentiment was die cut from the Cuppycake font.
I wanted lots of dimension to my roses and since there are so many small opening throughout the image, I decided it would be too time consuming to cut up small pieces of dimensional foam to achieve the effect I was looking for. Fun foam to the rescue. The double layer of fun foam gives me lots of added dimension. Plus, all the layers were easy to adhere to each other with liquid glue. It really brings the vase of roses to the foreground. The photo on the right gives you a glimpse of the effect.
I also distressed the edges of the yellow cardstock and added some Mon Ami Gabby bling around the corners.
Now it's time to visit Archana and see what beautiful project she has created for you. Happy hopping! Don't forget to become a Follower of each of the DV design team member in order to be eligible for the grand prize. We all appreciate it!