Hello. Cindy back on the blog today. This adorable image is called Christmas Pixy Two. I'm obsessed with the turquoise and red color combo at the moment :-) To see more detail about this card please visit me at In Love with Paper.
it's Tanja here and I would like to show
you this Clean and Simple Card. I colored the image with ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Pens, Distress Markers and a damp watercolor brush. I used only pink and grey for an elegant monochtromatic look.
Hello! Alison here. Today I am sharing a card featuring the lovely Leaf Girl. She's so serene, which, at this time of year...many of us need to be. I colored her with Zig Clean Color Markers. You can fnd out more information on my blog HERE.
You can pick up Leaf Girl in the A Day for Daisies Shop. Have an inspiring day!
The reason I have chosen to showcase it here today is not because it's so very sweet (which it is!), but because it's one of Tammy's images that just cannot be defined by its label. Look how beautifully this image works on a Christmas Card!
The image was colored using alcohol markers and a white gel pen, and matted onto gold backing paper. I have no fancy embellishments, just a couple pf star sequins and gold beads.
Tammy's beautifully drawn images are so detailed in their simple lines, and sometimes a CAS card is just what is needed to showcase her talent. Thanks for joining us at the A Day for Daisies blog today - have you remembered to enter our November Challenge? The theme is
What fun to remember catching fireflies on a warm summer evening! This image, Holding Fireflies With Wings is a freebie in the ADFD Shop right now. Regardless of the season where you live, I hope you take advantage of it and give her a try! Details on my blog.
it's Tanja here and I would like to show
you this magical Good Night Card. This is another adorable image that
reminds me of my little daughter Emily. I colored it with ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Pens, Distress Markers and a damp watercolor brush.
Hello! Cindy back on the blog with you today. I've chosen to watercolor the background and part of the image for this magical, Christmas fairy card. For more details please visit my blog In Love with Paper.
This gorgeous image, Holly can be found in the ADFD shop.
Hello there, and greetings from me, Jen, all the way from Durban on the East Coast of South Africa.
It's my turn to showcase one of the beautiful images from the A Day for Daisies store.
This image is called Flower Frame, and I chose it to remind you of just how pretty this simple image really is.
To create my card I printed the image onto the apricot coloured textured cardstock, then overprinted with a digital script background paper. After fussy cutting the image, and cutting out the inside of the frame, I mounted it onto the same coloured cardstock on which a sentiment had been printed.
The frame was printed a second time, also onto the same cardstock, and some of the flowers were fussy cut and mounted on the fame, using foam tape.
Please take a look at the Flowers section in the store, amble down the aisles, and pick yourself some of the beauties to add to your basket.
Hello. Cindy back on the blog today. I've chosen this little cutie called Vintage Fairy Child to create an inspirational card. It reminds me of a costume my daughter wore several years ago. She was a flower fairy. Too fun! For more details on this card visit me at In Love with Paper.
You can find her and many more like her in the ADFD shop.
Hi there - I am Jen and live in South Africa where we don't celebrate Thanksgiving - but we should!
It's my turn to share a project featuring a beautiful image from the A Day for Daisies store.
I have chosen "A Thankful Heart" - isn't she gorgeous - because she is a reminder that we should all count our blessings every day and be thankful for all that we have, rather than grumble about what we don't have.
If you'd like more info on how my card was created as well as some more close-up pics, please hop on over to my blog.
Thanks for visiting the A Day for Daisies blog today, and remember, this month's challenge is to add burlap and/or kraft - you can view the challenge here.
Hello and HAPPY NOVEMBER! Our group post today is showcasing this gorgeous release from November 2011, Giving Thanks! (You can see the original post here.) These images are classic for the fall season, and they are gorgeous!
We start our November challenge today, too! Yippeeee! Please ADD SOME BURLAP to your project, or at the very least some Kraft!
Our designers created some fantabulous inspiration to get you crafting for fall...
And now A BIG CONGRATS to our winner for our last challenge - "Anything Halloween".... as well as an invitation to join ADFD as a Guest DT in November, receiving 5 images of her choice from the ADFD shop to play along with! This is one of the most gorgeous 1 layer cards I've seen in a long time - amazing work!
You have one week to claim your prize. Please email ariellehemp[at]yahoo.com!!!
READY TO PLAY???
To play along this month you MUST use an image by A Day For Daisies and please ADD SOME BURLAP (or at least some Kraft)!
Please link your entries no later than 12 midnight PST on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016.
You may enter up to 4 times during the month, each entry being a new card made during the month.
Any entries linked that do not use an image from ADFD will be deleted.
You can click on the freebie image below to enlarge it, then right click on it to save to your desktop.One lucky winner will see her project here on the blog, as well as the main ADFD site and will also win four images of your choice!
Tammy is so happy to provide you with a freebie for participating! Besides the ones we provide here every 2 weeks, Tammy always has some amazing freebies she rotates in the shop!
Please be respectful of her and use this image to play along. Please DO NOT put this freebie on your blog, or pin it on Pinterest! And don't forget...
Freebie image removed
YOU MUST USE AN IMAGE FROM A DAY FOR DAISIES to play along!!!