Monday, March 11, 2013

Rockin' Out the Digis Challenge #1

Hello, friends!  Just stopping by with a quick card I made using some free digi images by Jackie Rockwell.  Have you seen her latest new venture?  She provides the free digi images, you make a CAS card, and we vote for our top three favorites.  I was intrigued and wanted to play along right from the start.  You can find details HERE. 

I printed my layout on white card stock and again on two different patterned papers, then fussy cut and paper-pieced the flower and leaves.  I colored in "Happy" with a Copic marker and dry embossed the background for a little interest.

Materials Used:
Stamps:  Digital images by Jackie Rockwell
Papers: MME Lost and Found Blush (6x6 pad) 
Other: Copic markers, Spun Sugar distress ink, Sizzix Three Dots embossing folder

Check it all out HERE if interested...I think this may be the beginning of something very cool!

(See you tomorrow with our new cue word from CASology!)

Take care,


  1. SUPER embossing POWER!

    WOW, I totally know for sure that all of you guys are going to teach me right! This is great! I need to be more bold next time.

    Thanks for your wonderful comments on my Rockin the Digi!. Once I painstakingly colored all of the miniatuer leaves with copics, I remembered that this was digital, I could have just done it in Photoshop! Wow, well I had Anna Karenina in the back ground, so I was fine.. lol

  2. Very pretty, love how u you used patterned paper

  3. Hi Judy, Wow I LOVE how you paper pieced the flower! The background inking and embossing are so PRETTY! I'm very glad you played along in my little challenge this week!!! :)

  4. This is such a charming card, Judy! Love the soft way you distressed the panel and that flower is so sweet!

  5. Fabulous! Love your paper pieced flower and the way you inked the die cut panel. :)

  6. Sooo pretty, Judy, the patterned paper piecing works brilliantly with the image ... love the embossing, perfectly picks up the flower shape! Anita :)


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