Saturday, February 2, 2013

Bestie's Challenge First Card

This is the first of two cards for

The images are the same.  The layouts are the same.
A lot of the elements are a little different.  
This card I didn't like at all and decided to 
Bet we all have been there 
and done that.  

Then I looked over this card again...
and a friend (hi Dawn) 
said it didn't look as bad as I was making it out to be.

Well I already had the image colored again.
So I though...
why not do it way I felt it needed to be done 
and still put up this one.  

Now if you  haven't been to Besties Challenge...
you are really missing out.
So far there have been several freebies,
but this was not one of them.  
I saw this image and FELL head over heels for it.  
 All of the images have this Big Head
and wonderful eyes.  
 Here is the card...I didn't first.  

With this one...I went with bright colors.
The papers are from my new pad of 
K&Company Valentines Pad.
The paper is 2 sided...which I LOVE  in a pad of paper.
The flower is also from this pad and then sprayed with Pearl Glimmer Mist
and a drop of Daffodil Liquid Pearls in the center.
I cut the flower on my Cricut.  
The shaft of the arrows are Silver Liquid Pearls 
and the hearts are Ruby Liquid Pearls. 
The dots on the shirt are Ruby Liquid Pearls.   
The head band, heart on the shorts have Christmas Red Stickles.  
The hair band has Glam Pink Stickles.
And the flowers on the shirt and socks have Icicle Stickles.

The Challenge at 
ends hurry.

This card has also be entered in...
Crafter's Digital Art Center
Anything Goes.


  1. I love it!!! love the faux stitches, and the liquid pearls! the image is adorable!! Great job!!!

  2. Chris, This card is so cute! I love how you used Liquid Pearls for the stitches. Great idea!

    Pattie ♥

  3. Chris this is darling. Love how you made your card. This is one of my favorite digis that Sherri has made. Thank you for entering the Besties Challenge.

    Smiles Sher

  4. Just super Chris! Perfect for Valentines Day! Thank you so much for sharing this project at CDAC for the Anything Goes Challenge.