Thursday, September 13, 2012

September Diva Dare

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Good morning friends! I'm hosting Day 5 of the Fanspiration Diva Dare over at the Verve Blog!

This month, the dare is to create something inspired by projects made by Verve fans! You can pick any little Verve project to inspire you, as long as it is not by one of our design team members (or yourself!) {grin}. To get your wheels a turnin', the Divas will be posting their Fanspiration creations using our newly released products right here each weekday for the next week and a bit :)

Oh my was it ever hard to choose a paper crafter, let alone one single card. Ya'll work magic with Julee's images and dies!! Well, while perusing the Verve Gallery in Splitcoaststampers, I ran across Colleen Dietrich's White Wedding card found HERE. I fell in love with the pure white design with such a variety of textures. And thought it would be fun to incorporate a Verve die as the focal image. So, I just turned my card on it's side and added the Flutterby die to it. I also finished the inside.



I've packed quite a bit of dies and images into this card...inside and out: Verve Stamps:Borderline (Sentiment), Lean On Me (Flower), Brighter Days (Inside Sentiment) andStronger Love (butterfly and flight path on tag) A Cut Above Dies: Tiny Sweet Scallop,Pointed Flowers, Flutterby, and Jotted Heart die

I used Core'dinations Whitewash cardstock for the entire card for texture. The Flutterby butterflies were embossed with a Sizzix embossing folder and sanded to bring the texture to the forefront.


I embossed the Lean On Me flower with White ep, added a bit of color with a Copic Marker, then diecut it using the Pointed Flowers die. I also added a little butterfly, from theStronger Love set, to the Tiny Sweet Scallop tag, but it's hard to see with the flower over it.
For the inside, I framed the sentiment, from the Brighter Days set, with the Labels 3 die by Spellbinders, and colored the "happiness" banner with a Copic. The background is embossed with Sizzix and Cuttlebug embossing folders and I added a Velum heart diecut using the Jotted Heart die.

How fun is this Dare? Don't know where to start? Head over to the Verve Fan Gallery to peruse some projects, pick one then join in the fun...here are the details...

Well, hopefully you've enjoyed this first day of ourFanspiration Diva Dare! Join us on Monday to find out who Laurie was inspired by! Read on to see how you can win some shiny new Verve! There are two ways to win...

  1. Win a $50 Verve gift certificate! Play along with our Fanspiration Diva Dare and link up your creation to the linky widget entry form. Winner will be chosen by random draw. To be eligible, your entry must:
    • Be a new creation - posted September 7 or later
    • Be inspired by a non-design team created Verve card or project
    • Include a link to the inspiration piece you used, as well as a brief explanation of what inspired you
    • Use at least one Verve product
    • Be added to the linky widget before 5pm Mountain on Sunday, September 23.
  2. Win a Verve set of your choosing! Leave a little shout-out for the Divas in the comments section as we post our answers to the Fanspiration dare each weekday through September 20. A random comment winner will be chosen from all the comments over the course of the Dare.
- Go forth and get inky! We DARE you! -

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Stamps: Borderline, Lean On Me, Brighter Days, Stronger Love (Verve)
Paper: Whitewash (Core'dinations), Vellum, White (PTI)
Ink: Gray Flannel (Memento), Versamark
Accessories: Tiny Sweet Scallop, Pointed Flowers, Flutterby and Jotted Heart dies (A Cut Above), Labels 3 die (Spellbinders), Embossing Folders (Sizzix and Cuttlebug), Border Punch (EK Success), Scor-Buddy, Ribbon, Lace, Embroidery Thread, Button (PTI), Cream Pearl Pen (Viva Decor), White Embossing Powder, Copic

4 comments:

Gabriela said...

Tosh - you're designs are just beautiful. I adore the feminine monochromatic and vintage feel you've given this card. You amaze me.

scrappymo! said...

Another lovely card. I love the tone on tone...subtle yet effective.

Conniecrafter said...

so pretty, I just love the vintage feel the cream gives to it!

dpkennedy said...

Love these! Especially the butterfly card...what a wonderful wedding card!

 
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