For this sample the image is Meljen's "Brooke's Butterflies". If you visit Katie's blog you'll see what the rest of the design team has done with Meljen's images this week. If you'd like to see some of my other cards made with Meljen's images you can find them by using the labels gadget all the way at the bottom of my sidebar.
How easy is this challenge, unless for some reason you don't like pink (impossible) or bling (you gotta be kidding, who doesn't like bling) and adding a sticker is just plain easy. For this card I dug deep into my stickers and found some Doodlebug stickers that were made from double sided adhesive. The ones I used are the butterflies and flower below the pink lace. All I had to do was shake some glitter over them and Voila! Glitzy stickers. The butterfly at the top of the card came with the paper pack. The bling isn't showing too well in the photo, where you see little dots around the swirls in the image that's where the bling is. In real life you can see it very well.
|don't forgret the inside|
stamp - Meljen's digi "Brooke's Butterflies"
ink - hp printer
paper - Stampin' Up "Kraft" card base; all other paper S.E.I. "Chocolat"
miscellaneous - copics; brads; pink lace ribbon; Doodlebug stickers; Nesties Lacey Square die; pink Glitzy Glitter and Martha Stewart copper and gold glitter; Taylored Expressions bling
Here's the challenges:
Cooking It Up With Katie #73 - Make a Pink Blingy Sticker
Going Grey - Decorate the Inside of Your Card
Digital Tuesday #126 - Going Buggy
Charisma #34 - Glitter It
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll come back again. In the meantime why not make a card or project for Cooking It Up with Katie's challenge #73 to "Make a Pink Blingy Sticker" that kind of card doesn't stay in your stash for long. All the rules and the linky thingy are here.