Monday, May 1, 2017

Hello Darling - H2H May - Week 1

Team Emerald - Angela
May Week #1 - "Teeny Tiny"

Something for the Little Ones? Cute perhaps? Small Event? Small Gesture? Small Gathering? or a Teeny Tiny project? Please join us at Heart2Heart this week and other challenges in May... Remember you have all month to create to be eligible for recognition as one of the Top 10 "Darlings".

AND if you create a project for each challenge in the month of April, you will earn a badge as an H2H Addict for Perfect Attendance. 

For additional inspiration on this Challenge hop on by to see what other Design Team members have created. Hope this gives you some inspiration and enthusiasm to link your artwork as a participant ... we look forward to your creativity. 

There were a lot of teeny tiny design papers and zip strips in Little Dreamer Paper Packet so decided to use these strips for a background, colorful and interesting patterns for a newborn or toddler and then using a generic sentiment "Hello Darling".  Used two of the PML Cards from the packet and die cut them with a stitched scalloped rectangle and added to card with thin foam.  

Cut out some of the dots from another zip strip and adhered with 3D foam tape and added liquid glass.  

On the inside of the card just added a triangular border along the side

Also submitted to the following Challenges:  
Between the Folds Challenge #45A using "PML" Picture My Life Cards

CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise:
Design Paper/Special Paper 
      Little Dreamer
      Zip Striips from Little Dreamer 
      (2) of the PML Cards from Little Dreamer 
     Fundamental Papers - Adventure "Tangerine" 
     Tangerine and White Daisy 
Stamp Set 
     D1708 Sending Smiles 
     Unknown "Made in China" - Scalloped Stitched Frames
Embellishments and Other 
     Liquid Glass on small dots on Unicorn Panel
     3D Thin Foam Tape


Anonymous said...

I think it's perfect for a grown up girl too!

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Thank you...You're right...Unicorn's are pretty popular with older girls too.

Sue Bruch—From my Heart said...

This is just darling! I love the die cuts. Do you mind sharing who makes the dies?

Sue Bruch—From my Heart said...

Oops, sorry. I should have read the supply list first!

Melanie R said...

I love this card, Sue. The inverted scalloped edges remind me of a postage stamp. So cute!

Alyson Mayo said...

Wow - a lot of bold colours but your card surprisingly isn't overwhelming even with all those colours! You have managed to place them in such a way that the unicorn is still the centre focus. That is the sign of a true artist - way to go! I love this (and I'm not a fan of unicorns...) You impress me :)

Annette Clark said...

Wow, Sue! I am so impressed by how you managed combining these lovely, colorful prints without without letting them get overwhelming (something I still struggle with). You've put a lot of thought and work into this card and it really shows! Thanks for joining us at Between The Folds.

Brandi said...

Great job. I love all the bright bold colours together and this card is so super fun, wonderful! Thanks for playing along with Between the Folds Challenge (BTF).

Brandi R.
DT member BTF