Thursday, April 15, 2010

Digital Delights New Releases and a new Challenge

Hello crafters!  Here they are... the new releases of Digital Delights by Louby Loo.  A 'sea' set .. so cool!   My card uses three of the images... the background, the turtle and the sea horse.  I colored, cut out and raised the turtle and seahorse above the background, then took a Cuttlebug embossed piece of acetate to overlay the whole scene, hopefully giving the appearance of water.   The layout follows the new sketch at Delightful Sketches.

This is a great sketch to use. Hope you can make a project with it and join us at Delightful Sketches, where you could be chosen as a Guest Designer or as the winner of an assortment of Oregon Raindrops from Pink Hedgehog Papercrafts. I used some product from Pink Hedgehog on my card this week ... the Clear Oregon Raindrops (my bubbles!) and the ribbon! Excellent product! I especially love the raindrops and will be ordering myself some more in various colors.  

Be sure to stop over at Delightful Sketches and check out the rest of the Design Team's creations with the new sketch and new releases! What a team! 

Ink: Printer
Paper: Bazzill, Acetate, Coredinations
Accessories/Embellishments: oregon raindrops in clear from  Pink Hedgehog
  blue ribbon from Pink Hedgehog, sewing machine/thread, large silver starfish, Beacons zip dry glue
Coloring Medium: Copics


  1. Cool underwater scene, the ide to use acetate is stunning, really adds a lot!

  2. Just briliant Cindy, I luv the way the acetate looks!

  3. Awesome card Cindy!!! i love that silver starfish!

  4. Hi Cindy, this card is just so cute! What a great idea with the acetate in front of the images. Very clever! Keep up the great work!!

  5. This is fabulous Cin...Love the clever!

  6. Everyone is right your use of acetate rocks. Thanks for the idea.

  7. Cindy this is amazing! I love your coloring and the way you made the scene is stunning!


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