Card For Creative Hands Friends FB Progressive Challenge #4

After posting my very first card using a digi image for a Facebook challenge & winning it,I was extremely excited(I won 3 awesome digi’s as a prize too!!)….and then a few days back I was asked to try out as a DT member for them….things are pretty great right now… 🙂

Before I start,I must thank Julie Curtis – for very patiently helping and guiding me and of course Michelle Kierznowski – the creator of all the wonderful digi’s and our sponsor…

The Facebook challenge runs for two weeks each which is ample time for you to create a project…A new challenge starts every other Tuesday and the current one started on the 26th of April so if you rush over and join our FB group – Cre8tive Hands Fans – you could participate in the latest challenge…the digi for the challenge is FREE….

I do hope you will join in and participate…it’s good fun….

                                           

So here’s my card for FB Progressive Challenge #4…..

I started with a blue card base and a white top layer…on the top layer I have stamped a striped border stamp repeatedly with blue ink to create a background…..I heat embossed the sentiment at the top using black heat embossing powder…

I then printed the challenge digi and coloured it in using Spectrum Noir Markers and cut it out…I placed that onto the top layer using large bits of adhesive foam…and finally I used clear sequins to decorate the card…

Hope you liked this card….Thanks for stopping by….

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