It's time for another challenge at the Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge Blog. This week, It's Hip to Be Square. We want to see your square projects...it could be a square card or square project (square scrapbook page, photo cube, square paper box, etc.).
I chose to make a 5.5" square card with the adorable Rhubarb. I really like this image of him with his wagon of "punkins." I colored the image with my copics and then used lots of sponging to highlight around the image. I also used sponging on the Scripture panel as well. I handmade the buttons with a little help from a SU Sizzix embosslit die. I cut several and stacked them to thickness. Sponging and DMC floss finished off the buttons.
Cardstock: Recollections (brown and cardbase), Bazzill Dotted Swiss (clover leaf), Georgia Pacific
Patterned Paper: Crate Paper (Farmhouse)
Stamps: Sweet 'n Sassy Digis (Rhubarb's Punkins, Encouragement Scripture)
Ink: SU (Creamy Caramel)
Embellishments/Tools: Spellbinders (Circles large and small), SU Sizzix Embosslit (Sweet Buttons), Offray ribbon, DMC floss (ecru), Copics (YR07, Y38, YG03, YG05, W-1, E04, E07, E08, E09, E11, E29, E31, E33, E35)
I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Sentimental Sunday #121 - Autumn
Word Art Wednesday #47 - Use Scripture or an encouraging sentiment
Love to Create #34 - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - Sketch #72
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
Paper Pretties Wed. Challenge (PWC225) - Fall inspired
52 Card Pick-Up #39 - make a card
Shopping Our Stash #70 - Fur or feathers
Tuesday Throwdown #117 - Fall colors
Stampin' Sisters in Christ #158 - use something handmade (I made my buttons)
Catered Crop - Knot Now (tie a knot -- mine are thru my buttons)
Going Gray with Scrap Creations - use a food item
DCC & Friends #3 - Use a character (Rhubarb)
If you participated in last week's September Digi Release Blog Hop, don't forget to stop by the Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge Blog to see if you are the winner of the entire release. Thank you to all those who left comments here for me. I appreciate every one of them. Thanks for adding a smile to my day.
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