Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Gerda Steiner designs - My first memory dex card with Turtly great

Goodmorning, today I am posting a new project on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I have made a card for my Memory dex. At the moment these are a big hype in the Netherlands and since I thought it would be fun to make cards for the Memory dex I also purchased one. I think it is a nice way to try new techniques, but it is also perfect for making little scenes like I did today.

On my memory dex card I have used stams from the set Turtly great from Gerda Steiner designs. I have coloured the images with my Polychromos pencils and then I have fussy cut them all. My memory dex card is made with the Stencils SL120 from Studio light. I have die-cut the same shape from green design paper and then I have die-cut it with the Grassy hills from My favorite things to make a grass edge. For the sky I used lightblue design paper. Both papers are from the Gingham-linen rainbow petite prints from Doodlebug. I have die-cut a couple of mini clouds from white cardstock with the Mini clouds from Memory box (retired) and I adhered those in the sky I have die-cut a couple of flowers from yellow design paper and decorated those with orange enamel dots from the Enamel stickers Sending sunshine from Create a smile stamps. The sentiment is from the set So to speak from Clearly besotted stamps.

STAMP: Turtly great from Gerda Steiner designs, So to speak from Clearly besotted stamps
COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils
PAPER: White cs, Gingham-linen rainbow petite prints from Doodlebug
INK: Versafine onyx black
DIES: Stencils SL120 from Studio light, Grassy hills from My favorite things, Mini clouds from Memory box Mini clouds from Memory box
ACCESSORIES: Enamel stickers Sending sunshine from Create a smile stamps. Memory dex

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