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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

It's Here! Digiment Grand Opening!!!!! :D

The big day is finally here! Race over to Digiments to see the many wonderful images that Michelle has to offer! You will surely find something for any and every occasion, plus beautiful scripture that will comfort and encourage.

I used the 'Happy Birthday, My Friend' digiment for the 2 cards I feature here. I wanted to show both a masculine and a feminine version of the same sentiment. As I had mentioned in a previous post, these print out so clear and crisp - no wavy lines or incomplete areas. Michelle really knows what she is doing! ;)


The masculine card uses Cosmo Cricket Halfway Cafe` paper - both sides. I added some great burlap ric rac from JoAnn's and buttons in co-ordinating colors. Added some faux stitching and distressing, a star punch, and the card is complete! It measures 9" x 3 1/4" so that it fits in a legal envelope.

The feminine card uses Basic Grey Urban Prairie papers. Lots of little embellies here to catch the eye! I used the spica glitter pen to outline the word 'friend' on the digiment as well as to outline the large butterfly on the BG paper. Really adds lots of sparkle irl, that sadly doesn't show in the scan. The little butterfly punches also have touches added with the glitter pen. The prima flower was painted with pink shimmerz. The main digiment is popped up on thick foam tape to add extra dimension. Tiny hot pink seed beads were added to the circle of cs just below the digiment portion.
Well I hope that these cards inspire you to check out the offerings over at the new store! Michelle has really outdone herself with the great digiments she has provided. I hope you have enjoyed my creations as I much as I did making them for you!
Have a beautiful day!
Jennifer

20 comments:

edith said...

gorgeous... simply gorgeous...

I love that you've showcased both a masculine & a very feminine card using the same digiment! Both are amazing works of art!!

Stamping Mutt said...

Happy Release Day!

Jennifer, fabulous cards! What a way to show off the Birthday digiments. I love how you created two versions. It's always nice to see viusals on different ways you can use just one digiment. You are right, no matter how you re-size the image, it doesn't distort the integrity of the digiment - it stays clear and crisp ready for printing.

Awesome, awesome work!I am in awe of all of the talent we have on the DT.

Hugs, Alma =)

Paula said...

I can't get over how many things you make! Glad to know I am not the only messy one when it comes to crafting. Glad it made you smile!

Becky said...

I love your creation :), this is lovely.

Leigh Ann Baird said...

I totally enjoyed your creations! Great work Jennifer!

Kerri said...

These are both just awesome, Jennifer! I love the long masculine card, and the details on both are just fabulous! Great idea to outline the word friend!

Morgaine said...

These are too cute! I love how you used the birthday digiments. Can't wait to see more from you!

Michelle said...

Isn't Cosmo Cricket paper just the best? Those paper pads are sooo versatile - just love them. Great birthday cards too!

Anne said...

these are lovely-the papers are fab and you highlighted them well!

Jen said...

LOVE all of your digiments projects...you did an awesome job! So excited to be working with you and getting to know you better!

Hugs,

Jen

Sara said...

Oh my goodness Jennifer, these are gorgeous!!!

Karen from PA said...

Great cards, Jennifer! I love all the little details you add to your cards.

Holly said...

My first visit to your blog and you've got some beautiful creations here! I'm a huge fan of digital stamping! Would love you to come check my blog out sometime.

Dru said...

Great masculine card - love it! And the layout on the feminine card along with those pretty colors - Beautiful once again Jennifer.

Gina said...

two great projects, I love the top one though because I love that line of papers.

Scrubbysue said...

Great cards jennifer! and thanks for letting us know about the opening. I'll be heading over there. I need some sentiments BAD! lol

Martha said...

very pretty

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

SO pretty! I always neglect digital sentiments. Need to check em out! Thanks for the inspiration. :O)

Rebecca said...

I like both of these! I love the colors, textures, and girly-ness of the feminine card!

Sandy said...

Love both of these, wow!