A lot of fun joining in the challenges this month. Today I have made a flower notebook featuring a wonderfully digi stamp from Aurora Wings. This project will be entered into the current challenge, #5 Sprite Delight - Use an Aurora Wings Sprite. I have chosen the Day of the Dead Marigold Sprite and was sooo happy with how she turned out. I only hope that my coloring is acceptable since the inspiration and talent of the Design Team over there is beyond fabulous.
I have also decided to enter this notebook into the Punk You Girl Challenge. I was not sure, but I do believe that they are now accepting all kinds of projects and not only cards. If I am mistaken, please forgive. The Challenge #14 is Skeletons and Secrets. I may be reaching with the Day of the Dead sprite, but hey if you don't enter, you don't win. Please check out their Design Team, who also have put out their best for the rest of us.
Bouquet of Deets
Day of the Dead Marigold Sprite
She was printed onto Whisper White card stock 4 times.
Colored in with Blendabilities on all layers.
Fussy cut, adhered with dimensionals to give depth.
Bottom set of wings were colored in with marker and have Crystal Effects over them.
Small top wings have no color only Moonlight Smooch Pearlized Accents.
Petals on head and bottom have Pumpkin Smooch Pearlized Accents as highlights.
Both areas were also spritzed with Gold Smooch Spritz.
Face has Crystal Effects on eyes.
Necklace is made of small Pearl Jewels.
She was fussy cut and adhered with Sticky Strip to notebook front.
Tangelo Twist and Daffodil Delight card stock used as back and front covers.
Copy paper for the paper inside.
Vellum paper folded and layered on cover.
Largest framelit in the the Floral Frames Collection and all cut with Big Shot.
1" silver ring binders to hold together.
Crop-a-dile to make holes.
Ribbon on rings are White Organza, Basic Black Taffeta, Whisper White Cotton, Bermuda Bay Taffeta, and from stash a Bakers Twine of orange/white/black.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.