This month the image is Treat Stand, which comes with lots of sentiments and images for both Christmas and the one below. Also included great digi papers.
I really like the treat stand with the opaque top, didn't think I could manage the same effect with my colouring skills, so used the coloured version of the image.
I placed the treat stand onto the digital paper and printed, I then printed the digital stand and sentiment separately as I wanted some layering.
From the image on the paper I fussy cut the bow (nobody was going to notice as it was being layered onto red cardstock and then a card blank. Instead of layering the complete image, I fussy cut everything but the dome on the second image. Layered this onto the original, to get some depth for the treats (optical illusion - the lid looks like it is also raised.) Then I glued the bow on top.
At Imagine That you will also find Chef Freddie in the store. How cute is this fellow, heck out the Baking Set
I chose the Christmas Pudding image, as I make a few each year for family members and thought it would make a great card. Came with great papers and sentiments as well.
As in the previous card, I created the card top digitally, layering the 2 patterned papers, with Freddie on top. Then I layered the sentiment onto some more of the red check patterned paper. Printed and cut out, layering onto yellow and red cardstock.
I printed Freddie a second time and fussy cut him, layering him with 3d squares. Punched some holly and added red liquid pearls for the berries.
July Monthly Digi challenge at "Imagine That"
Come and Get It - Christmas in July.
Pennys Paper - Anything Goes
Polkadoodles - 2 or more patterned papers
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