Hello Friends! I hope you are doing well. It has been crazy for everyone in the world with the Pandemic. I feel so bad for India with what they are going through right now. Please stay safe and get vaccinated if possible. I got vaccinated; even though I was terrified, due to my health issues. I feel better knowing if I get sick; maybe it won't be quite as bad as it could be without the vaccination. I know everyone has to make their own choice of what feels right for you; which is why it took me until March to get my first vaccine. I am a retired nurse; but I let fear of the side effects, override listening to my gut to see if it was ok to take the vaccine.
I recently joined Imagine That Digis Monthly Progressive Digi Challenge and I am loving it. I get busy sometimes and forget that there are so many fun challenges out there, just waiting for me to try them. The May set is Imagine That Digistamps "Go Fly A Kite" which I thought was adorable.
I decided to create a slimline using all 3 of these sweet animals flying their kites. My card started out as clean and simple; but I decided to use patterned paper and then added clouds and grass. I love how it turned out, even if they are very small. I used the precolored version. I love how Kris colors her digis and they are perfect just the way they are. LOL!
I have added this card to the Path of Positivity Challenge; as I believe we can all join together, no matter what our differences or how we look and Enjoy the little things in life; even on a cloudy day. LOL!
Supplies used to create this card:
1 – exclusive D-size stamp set (See above)
6 – Lovely patterned paper sheets
3 – cardstock sheets (1 Blue Belle, 2 White Daisy)
1 – Julep Loose Sequins (Z3566)
20 – white card bases & envelopes (16 standard, 4 slimline)
Lest We Forget Stamp Special - CC42116
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