Friday, August 1, 2014

DS4J Friday Freebie and my 2nd image!

(CLICK HERE for my latest DS4J post introducing my first digital stamp for sale!)

 Here's my second image for Digistamps4Joy and this weekend it's our Friday Freebie!!
I printed the image out a couple of times and shaded the pots with distress inks and covered with Glossy Accents.  I then cut the pots out and glued over the pots on the main panel to overlap the ribbon.
The sentiment is from Unity Stamp Co' "A lovely butterfly day"

How to get it for free this weekend:

IMPORTANT NOTE...... The freebie will no longer be available on the Blog, but only in the Shop in the new Freebies category. This means that if someone wants the freebie, they will have to set up an account in the shop (free and very easy!) and then add the image to their cart. At checkout it will be FREE. The freebie will now be available for 3 days.

Get this image HERE:

Go get it quick and enjoy! Use it to enter future DS4J challenges!


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  1. Lovely card, great image - I managed to get it from the indicated website, thank you! Thanks so much for sharing & joining us at Divas by Design this week. Hugs, Mirella

  2. Lovely vases! Love the sentiment too! Thanks for joining us at ATSM.

  3. Love the use of the glossy accents. Thanks for joining us at ATSM

  4. What a perfect card to give, it doesn't matter what form of flowers they are, it sure can make a persons day! Your card will. I love the sentiment and the colors you used for the image. Thank you for sharing your awesome creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks Anything Goes Challenge!!

    Tamie 4CC DT

  5. so beautiful, your flower vases! Thanks so much for playing with us at ATSM. I hope to see you there next time, too! Hugs, Cornelia DT

  6. I love the added dimension you have managed to get on those vasesRiette - stunning card.

    Thanks for joining in at Simon Says Stamp ANYTHING GOES challenge.

    Caryn xxx


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