I posted on the Rogue Redhead Designs LLC blog today a card made with Midge. You can learn more about the RRD stamps I used and see my card HERE.
I'll describe my card as part of the listing of the challenges I'm entering:
The Craft Room Challenge: Valentines
This is my first Valentine for 2013.
The Shabby Tea Room Challenge 148: Elegance
I chose blue and white as my color scheme based on Starr's photo inspiration. She also asked for ribbon and a flower.
Crafts4Eternity Recipe Challenge R106: Moody Blues
I have the different shades of blue in the flowers, ribbon and card stock as well as Midge's hat.
Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge #63 My New Toys and Ribbon
Not only did I try out my new free Midge stamp from the January 2013 issue of Craft Stamper magazine, I also used for the first time my newly purchased QuicKutz Nestine Doily Hearts dies.
I wove narrow ribbon through the holes in the heart and tied it in a bow at the top. I also have a filmy ribbon bow in with the flowers and other trims from my stash. The cotton crocheted ribbon trim is adhered on the back side of the patterned card stock with red line tape.
It's All About the Vintage and Beauty Challenge #34 Lace Dream
This is a new challenge site for me. Be sure to check out their blog candy in my sidebar.
Fashionable Stamping Challenge #38 Surprise Us--Anything Goes but must stamp --used Midge stamp from Craft Stamper magazine
Markers: Prismacolor: Cool Grey, Muted Turquoise; Kurecolor: Haze Blue; Copic: Brick Beige, Cool Grey, Shadow Pink
Inks: Ranger Distress Weathered Wood, Tumbled Glass; Archival Jet Black, Memento Tuxedo Black; Ranger Pewter Distress Stain
QuicKutz Doily Hearts dies
Patterned card stock: The Scrap Cake: the Brighter Side of Life
plain generic blue and grey card stock
Misc. flowers, ribbon and trims from my stash
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