Hedgy in a Teacup

Hello! Our challenge this time at Di’s Digital Challenge is circles. Come join us for the fun! We would love to see your projects using circles. For my card, I used Di’s Hedgy in a Teacup. What a cutie!

I colored the image using my Copic markers and then cut it out using a circle die from Pink & Main. I cut three additional circles from white paper to add to the back of the image to pop it up.

For my background, I used a stencil set from Simon Says Stamp, Layering Dots Stencil. I used all four layers in the stencil set with a different color ink for each layer.

My sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp. To pop it up, I cut the die three additional times from white cardstock.

I added some circle sequins from the Simon Says Stamp Holiday Party Mix and my card was complete.

We hope you will join us at Di’s Digital Challenge and show us your projects using circles.

I would like to enter my card in the following challenges:

Digi ChoosDay Cardmaking & Craft Challenge – Anything Goes

The Creative Crafters – Anything Goes

Worldwide Crafters and Colorists Challenge Blog – Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting!

Supplies used:

Di’s Digital Images – Hedgy in a Teacup

Copics: E23, E21, E11, E00, E49, E79, E29, R20, R00; R85, R83, R81, RV00; R39, R29, R27; G07, YG23; RV66, RV55, RV52; E43, E41; BG72, BG11, BG10; BG93, YG41, G00, G000; BG72, B41, B000; E55, E53, E81; E44, E43, E42, E41

Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated Inks: Spring, Marine, Lilac, Bubblegum

Simon Says Stamp: Layering Dots stencil

Simon Says Stamp: Holiday Party sequin mix

About Nancee56

I have been a crafter for many years. Knitting, crocheting, and paper crafting are my passion. I love to make handmade gifts and cards and spread a little cheer.

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