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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Digital Delights by Louby Lou Guest DT Day!!! :)

Coffee of the Day - Chocolate Caramel (this is for Dave since he has been so good to me!! it's his fave!)

Today is my Guest DT day over at Digital Delights by Louby Lou!!! I am so excited!!!! I have 3 projects to show you, so hold on to your horses, grab your coffee, and enjoy!!! :)

•Patriotic card - When I first saw this cute little guy, I knew that I wanted to try out my brand new Jenni Blowlin Trendy mini paper pack to go with him! All coloring is watercolors and his hat, bowtie, coat, and the spotlighted area have been painted over with crystal stickles. I added in some fun little extra embellies from Making Memories Vintage Findings packs in addition to their tiny buttons and May Arts plaid ribbon. some distessing on the edges of the papers adds to the fun of this happy patriotic card! Makes you ready to celebrate anything! :)

•Present card - How would you like to be surprised with a raccoon in your prezzie for the holidays? Well if he is as cute as this fella - the answer would be a loud YES!!! :) When I saw him, I knew that I wanted to make a Christmas card, so I grabbed my Basic Grey Wassail paper pack and went to town!!! The card measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" square. All of the gold painted areas are covered in beeswax shimmerz for that extra fun glittery shine! A sparkly Prima ornament and flowers along with some teeny tiny buttons add to the holiday feel. Sure to make someone's Christmas a wee bit brighter!

•Bandana Sheriff card - Howdy Pardner! This fella welcomes you to town complete with his ten gallon hat and western bandana. He has the shiny sheriff's star courtesy of beeswax shimmerz (which was also painted on the other metal star embellies). A gingham ribbon, leather button, and some twine help complete the western look. The bandana paper by Flair Designs has been edged in faux stitching. Our owl friend was watercolored and then sponged with darker ink to give more texture. His vest was sponged with white craft ink to give a worn feel. The feather is his hat is actually the top of a leaf stick pin that I removed and then adhered. It just seemed too perfect to resist! This card would be just the thing to send along to that guy in your life!

Check out the fun digis that Wendy has available for you. Each week she has a Freebie Friday giveaway, there are fun challenges to enjoy, tutorials every Tuesday, and just lots of inspiration for any project you could possibly imagine! Thanks, Wendy, for the chance to be a part of your crew for the week! What an honor! :)


Cindy said...

Excellent job, Jennifer!! Excellent post - loved reading about you and your family!! Very glad you were our Guest Designer!

Lisa Foster said...

Wow Jennifer!!! These are SO adorable!!! You do incredible work! I'm so happy you're our Guest Designer this week! :)

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

boy! i'd be hard pressed if i had to choose just one! these are all fabulous. each one different and fun! they all make me smile!


Julie said...

Fantastic cards Jennifer, and a lovely post. You have a fabby blog.
Julie x

Lisa said...

so glad you are oue Guest Designer, you have wonderful creations

Wendy said...

A "Delight" to have you as our Guest Designer Jennifer!!
You designs were just darling and very much enjoyed getting to know you better!!
Big Hugs

Jenny said...

Super cute cards! I especially love the one with the raccoon popping out of the present.

Dru said...

These are all so stinkin' cute Jen!!

Catherine said...

These are adorable, Jennifer! You always pick the best embellishments - love them!

Yvette said...

Awwwwwe Jennifer these are adorable!!! Love each image! You ROCK!

Teri said...

Well done you! I had my turn a few weeks ago. Great fun!
Teri x

Lauri said...

Hey congratulation on your Guest Designer spot!! Wow...all these cards are fabulous; you are one talented lady!

Paula said...

That Racoon is sooo vivid! The owl, well it just made me smile! Glad to see you working on so many projects again!

Cathy said...

Wow these are really adorable!! Love your blog and your work is amazing!! Hugs, Cathy