Friday, May 20, 2016


Again, I've been experimenting in Design Space!  This time PPinky joined me in the adventure.  This is a FREE, yes I said free, digi used in the  Outlawz Progressive Challenge.  

This image is from Ppinkydollsart.  She's just a little too adorable with that sweet little kitty!  

I chose to do a slider type card.  I chose a slider from CTMH Artfully Sent and used hide contour to subtract flowers in the lower right hand corner.  Then I flattened my image into the empty space.  I used the "writing" feature to add the outside sentiment.  

I created my own card to slide into the sleeve by welding a flower onto the top of the card from the cartridge; I cut one in white and one in patterned paper.  I also cut a two flowers to glue to the card. The large white flower has a message added using the "print and cut" feature.  

After cutting all my pieces, I colored my image with Copics, folded on the score lines and adhered the sleeve.  I then turned to the insert; I glued my white back to the patterned piece, added the white flower onto the patterned side and an inked flower to the white side.  The white side is perfect for a hand written message.  The dot in the middle is covered with Faber Castell Glass Bead Glitter Gel.  

This pretty paper is CTMH Penelope.  

Thanks for joining me today!  My card is off to:

Alphabet Challenge Blog:  F is for Furry 
The Crafty Addicts:  AG opt add a sentiment


  1. Katrina Thanks for your lovely comments on my card for the Outlawz challenge and checking out my blog. They don't all turn out like this but I like to colour so I just keep practising and I also keep a record of the colours used in a book as I forget other wise...that way I don't repeat the bad ones.

  2. I love this image...yet to do mine. I love the way you have the extra flower at the top as the pull out...cricut came through again for you. Very cute it.

  3. This is a gorgeous card Katrina. Love the cute image and design. Thanks for playing along with us at The Crafty Addicts and we hope to see you again soon. Hugs, Gale DT