Jul 31 2013

DTGD — Out of My Comfy Zone!

Published by savorthejourney at 2:52 pm under Just For Fun stamps,SCS Challenges

Welcome back for another sampling of the Dare to Get Dirty challenges taking place over at Splitcoaststampers!

Today I’m sharing something I created for Lydia’s DTGD13UnderstandblueB challenge.   (Alas, I didn’t include a Blue Bee … but now I wish I had!) :-)

It’s true … this one isn’t exactly coming from my stampy comfort zone … but perhaps we all experience that feeling from time to time.  That’s actually a part of the fun of the DTGD challenges too …. being challenged to move out of your own little creative box!  ;)    As it turns out, this one actually seems to speak to my heart.  Besides, this actually gave me a chance to get a little pearly & girly!

Nothing complicated here … just dusting off a big border punch and combining it with dies to frame the image and the sentiment.   I hope you find a little inspiration in this one to get you started on your own creative way today!   Thanks a bunch for your visit!

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CARD RECIPE:

STAMPS:  ‘Cameo’  (Just for Fun stamps)
INKSSU Cherry Cobbler
PAPERSSU Very Vanilla + Cherry Cobbler
ACCESSORIESSU Framelits – Labels Collection, MS border punch, Spellbinders Oval dies, seam binding, pearls
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5 responses so far

5 Responses to “DTGD — Out of My Comfy Zone!”

  1. Ellen Taylor says:

    Wow Bev! This is really stunning! Love the red and cream with thar gawgeous cameo.Fabulous my friend! !

  2. Julia Aston says:

    So pretty in the dark red Bev! Love that silhouette, the punched background and all the fun die cut framings!

  3. Beautiful silhouette & I love all the pearls!

  4. Monika/buzsy says:

    So pretty Bev. Love the silhouette image and the lattice punched background. Very elegant.

  5. Joan Ervin says:

    I’m so glad you stepped out of your comfort zone, gf, cause this is fabulous!!!!! What beautiful, rich colors and I love the cameo…sooo elegant!!!!!

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