Thursday, August 4, 2011

Jiffy Challenge

Hello! Happy Thursday! It's time for the monthly Just For Fun challenge with my JiFFy friends! To review, here's how it works: one of us chooses the image, and another chooses the paper. They're sent out to everyone, and we don't know what we're getting until we receive them! Then, we use them together, with no other patterned paper. Sometimes it's a challenge, sometimes it's not. But it's always Just For Fun. :)


This month, I chose the image, Sugarplums Pumpkin Emma by C.C. Designs. Amy chose the paper, Krafty Dots by Recollections. I think they went together pretty well to make this autumn card. :)

I colored with Copics. I rounded a corner, did some machine stitching, and embellished with a ribbon tab, button and twine. I added a little dimension with three rows of Die-namics Simply Scallops Medium.

Now it's time to see what the other girls have done with the same image and paper!  :)

Amy Rohl

Carole Burrage

Jody Morrow

Lori Craig

Michele Boyer


That's it for today! I'm so glad you stopped by!

Have a great day!
Christina

10 comments:

Lori Craig said...

Look how sweet she is! Loved coloring her, Christina! Love your scallops at the bottom and that cute ribbon & button treatment on the top left. Darling!

Jackie Pedro said...

Adorable with a capital A!! Love this, Christina!

Julia said...

So precious! Love this Christina!

texasjodylynn said...

SO SO cute! I love the way you colored her!!!

Amy Rohl said...

Love her denim apron and those rows of scallops...perfect with her scalloped apron! Missed not being at CHA and seeing you!!!

Michele Boyer said...

Absolutely adorable, Christina! I love the colors you chose for her clothing. Love the scallops too! :)

Chris said...

very cute card, I love the triple scallop.

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Lisa H. said...

looks great! love all the different looks with these products you girls are using!

Aman said...

The layered scallop edging is beautiful and the colors contrast well with the dark background. Nice work!