Monday, September 21, 2009

Almost Time For More Digiments and Featured Stamper 137!

After taking some time off over the summer, Digiments is back!!!  Michelle has created some awesome digital sentiments for the new release on Saturday.  You can get all 30 Digiments for $15.00, and half of that money~ $7.50~ will be donated to an extremely wonderful cause which you can read about here!  There are also 2 FREE Digiments available for you to create with and you will be entered to win a Traveler's treasure accesory kit like the one seen here!  Hope you'll play along!  Morgaine, one of our fabulous DT members, also made 3 video clips for tips on using Digiments which you can view on the Digiments blog so check them out! 

This is the card that I made for the Featured Stamper Challenge on Splitcoast yesterday.  The featured stamper is Heather, a.k.a. tankgrl.  I absolutely LOVE Heather's clean, creative, awesome style and would love to CASE her entire gallery!!!    I chose this card.

I stayed quite close to Heather's original card, but I used a different stamp set, Real Red instead of Ruby Red, machine sewed instead of faux stitching, and changed the placement of the sentiment slightly.  I just love this spotlighting technique she used, and will definitely use it again!  Thank you so much for stopping by today : )

Stamps:  SU Embrace Life, Great Friend
Paper:  Baja Breeze, Real Red
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics
Accessories:  CB Swiss Dots Folder, Kaiser Pearl, Rectangle and Oval Nestabilities, Sewing Machine, Ribbon, Paper Piercer, Dimensionals


Clare (Littlebear) said...

Absolutely gorgeous Kerri, the spotlight technique is so effective, I love the stamp you have used for it.
Clare x

chercroppin said...

Love it Kerri! I especially love the spotlighting, that is so cool, and will have to try that one of these days! Great color combo!

Crystal said...

Love how you spotlighted Kerri!!! Another beautiful creation, love these colors!

Rebecca said...

These colors are so soothing together. I love the card you chose to case. And as usual, I think your stitching is so pretty!

Elena said...

Really love this spotlighting technique! The card looks gorgeous, Kerri!

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