Had the chance to play today, hoorah! I found the GorjussArt website yesterday, and discovered they are doing digital images and backings - yeay! So I spent yet more money that I don't have (oops!) and bought some stuff. Couldn't resist the little Goth girl, me being a closet Goth and all. . .
***EDIT - Gorjuss got in touch with me to say that their digital items are NOT to be printed - they are to remain in digital format only and NOT to be made into anything physical***
Pointless or what??
So I got to playing a few challenges too. Staring with the sketch, which is from Friday Sketchers. Haven't been there for a few weeks now and wanted to do their sketch this week:
I am also playing at Totally Gorjuss as they want to see a Gorjuss Girl on your project. I didn't think I would be able to as I didn't own any Gorjuss Girls images until I bought these - thanks for the link ladies!! I am also entering this into the challenge at Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge and Crafty Creations, as they are both wanting 'distressing' this week.
This was such a yummy card to make. I printed one of the backing papers onto cardstock, then printed off some others and tore the edges for the distressing bit. Then I inked all the edges. I used some extra bits for the flower, and I sanded the edges of the petals to distress that too. Took a little liberty with the sketch, and there weren't any added bits for flowers or bling, but I wanted to dress it up some. There isn't anything for the border I put across either, but I wanted to hide the edges of the DP's behind the main image.
I have raised the image too on some more backing. This was all printed onto glossy card for a richer colour. I have cut an extra girl image and raised that as well. Last was all the bling. Brads from the stash, mirri board, ribbon from stash, and spider charm from local craft shop. Just love how this came together, a small flash of inspiration. . . Just noticed how incredibly dark the blue came out in these pics, it is actually more of a deep aqua blue colour, ah well . . .