Saturday, January 31, 2009

Alli goes digi???

Ok, so I did it...I made my first semi hybrid card...well kind off. I didn't add all the extras to it but I did create layers, build the card, print it and cut it out and mount it on cardstock. Believe it or not even though I have created stamps and scrapbook paper the thought of creating a digi/hybrid card or scrapbook layouts actually intimidated me. So once I got started it was SO fun. I can see how this could be another crafting addiction *lol*

I started with the awesome "The Kiss" scraps from {DIVINE. digital} created by Jenn Balding and a So Sketchy sketch by Ally Cope. I must tell you the digi kit is really inexpensize and contains: 6 papers (14 patterns; 6 semi-solids; and 5 textured cardstocks) and 25 elements (stuffed teddy bear, twill tag, twisty string, bling "rain" overlay, 2 glitter hearts, scattered bead border, crumpled ribbon, twisted ribbon, 2 sequins, 2 layered flowers, layered button, clear glitter flower sticker, 5 butons, 2 bows, crushed bottle cap, and a beaded heart). So just imagine how many cards you can make with this kit...not to mention scrapbook pages?!

Here is my card:


-All layers and embllies from Divine Digital with the exception of the white cardstock base which is Stampers Select cardstock by PTI.

Would like to win your very own copy of Jennifer's beautiful kit, "This Kiss"?
All you have to do is create a card using any one of the So Sketchy card sketches posted Jan. 28, 29, 30).

Send your card creations to Ally Cope at with the subject line "This Kiss Contest".
Deadline for entries: Fri. February 6th.
The winner will receive a FREE download of the digital kit, "This Kiss - Scraps by Jenn" from Divine Digitals.

Note: You'll need a photo editing program like Photo Elements, Photoshop etc. in order to play with one of these kits.

Good luck everyone. You'll have a lot of fun playing with this kit. Thanks for letting me share a "first" with you!



Anita C said...

Your first digi experience turned out great! I know what you mean, I found it very intimidating at first but once I started to play around with it, it is a ton of fun! Looking forward to seeing more of your digital creations :)

Marlou said...

wow!! this is amazing!! absolutely love it :) x