Kemly set the challenge over at Quirky Crafts this time, and all we had to do was add a rosette, or rosettes.
Our sponsor is Stitchy Bear Digital Stamps, who provided us with some lovely digital images to use. I have used two images by Ike's Art: Cushion Kitty who I gave a crown, so she could be queen for a day (or king for a day) using Coronet.
I coloured the image with ProMarkers and added some Liquid Pearls and Stickles glitter glue to the coronet on the jewels to make it pretty. The image is die cut and the coronet cut outside of the frame, then mounted onto a die cut gold panel which looks quite regal, all with Spellbinder dies. The rosette was die cut with a Sizzix Sizzlet Tim Holtz rosette die in red paper with gold circles and the number 1 is cut with an Accucut Zipemate die. I found an oddment of red ribbon from Crafty Ribbons to add a tail to the rosette.
The sentiment is stamped with a clear stamp from a Hero Arts set. This could be for a birthday, or to say well done to someone I think.
I am late posting this, but at least I managed to make something this week, but I managed to mess up the Quirky post royally. First it didn't go out on time - my fault for not pressing the button and thinking I had, second I mixed up two of the guest designers, only put one card on with the wrong name and link against it. It is all sorted now, but what a prat, I put it down to tiredness - I knew I was out all day today and would be late, and I should have realised what I had done with the guests last night when I did it. So big apologies to everyone.
Having said that, if you would like to see what the team have done and maybe play along just hop over to Quirky Crafts now.
I have entered the following challenges: