Friday, March 3, 2017

Birthday Card - PDE Linky Party ~ #162 Anything Goes

Happy Friday Crafters,

Today starts the PDE Linky Party #162 Anything Goes Challenge.

For this challenge I'm sharing with you a birthday card I made for my niece using a colored digital stamp and digital paper from The Paper Shelter.  

For the teal and burgundy papers behind the pattern paper I used the color fill feature in my Silhouette software by pulling these two colors from the pattern paper.  

Here's what my screen looked like before I printed it and then cut it with my Silhouette Cameo.

Note how I put the shadow background to the skateboard girl in the center of the burgundy square.  I did this to save ink and so I could print everything on one sheet because you wouldn't see the hole when it's layered all together.   I also cut a skateboard girl without being on a background so I could pop her up on top of the skateboard girl on the background.   Hope that makes sense.  

Here's the finished card.   I love how this turned out. 

See, if I didn't tell you, you would never know that there is a hole in the burgundy paper used on this card. :)

Hard to see but she is popped up with dimensional squares. 

Card Recipe:

Hope you join us in this Anything Goes challenge.  Click HERE to go to the PDE Linky Party Blog to link up your project. 

Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Happy Crafting.