New DS4J digistamp - "3D Flower set"

I drew this 'set' of 3 flowers based on the same principle as using a nested die in the Cuttlebug or a cutting file on a cutting machine viz. 3 flowers sized from medium to small, plus a leaf and a stem. The idea is that this digistamp set can be printed directly onto patterned card, OR can be printed on white card and coloured in. I chose to the former, but added another 'twist' to the use of this digi. One of my DT members (Pam) kindly converted my digi set into a SVG cutting file for me! So I basically completed two tasks in one! I re-sized the flowers to a larger size, cut them out with MTC on my cutting machine, chalked, curved, and glittered the edges of the flowers, and glued one on top of the other to create a 3D effect.
The punched border is made with a new MS punch I bought, and the embossed background is also a new embossing plate. I very lightly chalked the embossed page with a light pink chalk. I think the flower turned out quite nicely, don't you?
New items used - embossing plate, punch, digistamp
Old items used - glitter glue, ribbon, paper from stash.
Challenges entered
Lady Annes - anything goes with a stamp
Reasonable ribbon - flowers and ribbon
Sparkle 'n sprinkle - anything goes with glitter
Tando creative - flowers
2 sisters - flowers for spring
CDAC - anything goes
One crazy stamper - anything goes
Nana Vics 4th challenge - anything goes
One stop craft challenge - anything goes

Comments

  1. Wow I love this! What a great idea. The flower is so sparkly and pretty. Thank you so much for playing the CDAC PROGRESSIVE CHALLENGES
    ~Deb~
    CDAC DT Member
    A Look Through My Eyes

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  2. Very imaginative use of these wonderful flowers, hugs, jackie

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  3. gorgeous flower and card Margy.

    greetings karin

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  4. Love love love your glittery flower. So pretty. Thanks for joining us at the Sparkle N Sprinkle Creative Challenge this month.
    Barbara - SNSCC coordin.

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  5. Love your card and your painting Margy! Have to try my hand at the fisherman village . Your painting is so well done

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  6. Wow Margie this is beautiful. Love it....
    I would love it if you came over to see me as well and become a follower. www.ladybugstampers.blogspot.com
    I am going to become a follower of yours as well.

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  7. so cute thanks for sharing with us at 2 sisters this week good luck with the challenge Tracy xx

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  8. Hi Margy :)
    Absolutely stunning creation! I love your saprkling floral and how you layered up the digi images, very creative! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Lady Anne's Stamp Challenge and all the best of luck.
    Hugs,
    Asmah
    [Lady Anne's Challenges DT Member]
    [Qinaahana Arts And Crafts ~ My Personal Blog]

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  9. Margie thanks for becoming a follower of mine I saw your post today. Don't you remember me I was a guest designer for DS4J a couple of months ago? I love your stamps and have quite a few of them. I won several times on the site as well. And I love flowers and yours here is beautiful. Hope to see your work again so I can pop in to say HI.
    Linda K. for the USA

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  10. Fabulous card, love the all the details on your card. Thanks for playing with us at SNS Monthly Card Challenge!

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  11. Great flower, love the color and all the glitter. Thanks for joining us for Vickie's Challenge at Lady Anne's.

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  12. your flower is so lovely. i can tell you took a lot of time to create it. thank you for sharing this with us at really reasonable ribbon! - vivian

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  13. Thats one amazing looking flower. Thanks for joining us at One Crazy Stamper!

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  14. Lovely card! Fabby Flower!
    Thank you for joining us at Really Reasonable Ribbon!!
    Hugs
    Heather

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  15. Gorgeous card! I love the touch of glitter. Thanks for joining the Tando Challenge!

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  16. Such a beautiful card you've created. Thank you for joining us at Lady Anne's challenges.

    Hugs,
    Heidi
    DT Member Lady Anne's Challenges

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