Friday, June 22, 2012

A scraplift challenge

Lezlye over at Ink and Paper Creations challenged readers to look at projects that she had done and then use them as inspiration and re-create it in their own style.  I LOVED this challenge.  It was so fun!  I picked this project by Lezlye to recreate.

I'm not really much of a stamper, my cards almost always have Cricut cuts on them, so I knew that would be the first way that I would put my own spin on the card.  I broke it down and decided that I needed the main elements: black/green/pink, a girl in green, and a pink heart.  Here is what I came up with:

This is a regular A2 card.  The patterned paper is old school Dollar Tree paper from when I first started scrapping.  I cut the ovals from Baby Steps (I bet you didn't realize that there were cuts on there other than just babies, did you?) and I cut the girl from Baby Steps as well.  It took more cuts than it was supposed to, because I wanted her dress to be green instead of pink and because I wanted her cheeks to be pink instead of tan.  I popped her up on popdots and "voila!" a card that is totally my style, inspired by Lezlye.
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1 comment:

  1. Great Job Becky! Thanks for visiting my blog and participating in the challenge...winner will be drawn around 6/27!