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August 28, 2015

A Little Contemplation

It is my turn to inspire everyone on the MoonFlower blog.  We all used Contemplation Princess for our projects.  It is so interesting to see how different each project is.   You can pop over and check out the rest of the team's projects.


What a wonderful image to work with!  I colored Contemplation Princess with Copic markers.  I kept the design pretty simple with just a few embellishments.  I used the Silhouette Cameo to create the "out of the box" technique.  I find it is so much easier than using dies!  The lower borders were cut using a landscape die set.  These can be used for so much more than just hills!!

If you love Contemplation Princess, you can find her in the shop.  She was last month's newsletter freebie.  Sign up for the MoonFlower Digital Stamps newsletter so you don't miss out on the next gorgeous freebie, Gypsy Flower.  You can find the form on the website to request the newsletter.  Scroll to the bottom of the page.  Make sure you confirm your subscription.  Once you do, you should be able to get Gypsy Flower.

Here is a little sneak peek of what she looks like!  Shhhh....don't tell!!



You can show off your creations in the MoonFlower Digital Stamps group on Facebook.  We have a monthly challenge and the prize is of course MoonFlower digital stamps!

I hope to see you join us!

Whoopsi Daisy Challenge has a Make It Girly theme for this month, so this princess will contemplate matters over at their challenge.

Cut It Up has an Old School challenge.  Since I have had the button, charm and pearl in my stash for what seems like forever, my princess is going to go visit the challenge and show them off (along with her die cuts).

Wags 'n Whiskers has a Frame It Out challenge, so the princess is going to contemplate her frame over there.

Card measures 4.25" x 5.5"
Spellbinders Floral Ovals
The Paper Studio crocheted lace
A Muse Studio Landscape Die Set
flowers, button, charm, pearl from my stash


2 comments:

  1. This is stunning. I love the colors and the beautiful flowers!

    Thanks for joining us for our Old School challenge at Cut it Up!

    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  2. So pretty! Love the pretty elements and colors you used, too! Thanks so much for joining us at Cut It Up!

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