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Monday, April 13, 2015

Tuesday Throwdown Challenge 240

Tuesday Throwdown Challenge 240 - all clear (use something clear)

Here's my card for the design team.


Naturally when I realized I needed to use something clear, acetate was the first thing that came to mind and a window was a must. I used the darling little digi Sunflower Smooches, from The Stamping Boutique. I printed the image 5 times. I cut my Sunflower girl in half, and colored her with Copic markers. I attached the acetate to my window die cut. I used an embossing folder that would look (sort  of) like house siding. I attached my girl to the window and put a gingham background behind her. I took the remaining 4 images and colored and cut out the daisies from her hat to make flowers for the flower box. I added a cut tag and some bakers twine for my bows. 

Thanks to The Stamping Boutique for the adorable image!!



Still time to get involved with the current challenge at Tuesday Throwdown.


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5 comments:

  1. You've got her looking out the window! How clever is that! LOVE it.
    hugs, Asha

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  2. GREAT card Pam!! Very clever to do the window for the clear element, love love it ;)

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  3. Oh wow Pam, this is ADORABLE!! I love your clever idea to create a window for the clear challenge!! Love that little flower box in front of her too!! :) HUGS

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  4. So totally adorable!! I love the "window" and sweet flower box. Fantastic job, Pam. Have a great week! xx Donna K

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  5. Love the background and the way you did the window. Beautiful card :-)

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