The Digi Makeover Challenge is challenging you to include paper piecing on your project. I created two tags using Paper Makeup Stamps' digital image of Color Kid Snowflake.
I printed the image several times - twice on plain cardstock and then on the different patterned papers I wanted to use for her outfit. Both images are colored with Copic markers and fussy cut out after assembly. I added glossy accents to the shoes for a patent leather look.
For the tag, I used a version of the Sanded Color Block technique (you can see it on my post here and find the instructions here.) This time around, I didn't color block though. The sentiments are cut with the Primo Labels die by Memory Box. The sentiment on the left comes with this Color Kid image and the sentiment on the right comes with the Hayden Fairy digital download.
The Digi Makeover Challenge rules are pretty simple: you must use a digital image and follow the challenge as outlined. For specific details, visit the challenge blog. While you're there, be sure to check out all the other wonderful creations by the design team. Now it's your turn to do some paper piecing and upload it using the link at the Digi Makeover Challenge. You have one week (till 12/18) to upload your project.
Oh, one final note: Paper Makeup Stamps is having a sale on all their rubber stamps as PMS is going ALL DIGI! You can find out all the details on the home page.
I'm entering this into the following challenges: Ooh La La (anything but a card); iCopic (Holidays)
Copics used: E33, R05, R59 E00, E11, E13, R20 B12 E59, E77 R29, RV99 E30, colorless blender N5, N7, 100
Distress Stains: Tumbled Glass, Broken China
Distress Ink: Iced Spruce