I'm back again with another Dr. Monday M.D. project for you.
I hope you had a very enjoyable weekend. I've had two of my grandsons here for the past few days, so it's down to business for me again. The summer has just flown by - I can hardly believe how fast it has gone!!
It's back to school again soon, I'm so glad I"m past those days. Just looking at the commercials on TV is enough to drive you batty.
Oh, but I digress. So Patty Jo and I have each come up with a project using Mini's and Dies from Magnolia-licious™. If you don't possess any of these adorable munchkins, run, don't walk over to Diana's store and get some!!!
This week, I've pulled out of my hat a bit of a different project. I made an impulse buy one day. You've never done that before, right? ;-}
This is a new embossing folder (for me) and I thought if I cut out the middle of it it would make a super frame for my Mini. Well not a bad idea, but wrong color. This was actually my practice piece, but I surely didn't want it to go to waste, so I had to use it...you know how that goes!?
|Here is the front of my card. I have used #349 Frizzy Tilda and
Harriet the Turtle. The images are masked, colored with Copic markers
on X-Press It Blending Card. The sentiment is digital, but I can't find
it in my file again. *sorry*|
I used Spellbinders Labels 13 to mount the sentiment on.
|Here is a cloer look at Frizzy and Harriet. Kinda cute, eh?|
|On the inside of the card I used a larger size of Spellbinder Labels 13. I put the two pieces of blending card together and stamped Harriet on them, and then of course separated them to be used on each side of the inside of the card.|