Thursday, April 16, 2015


Hi Die-Namites fans! Martha Lucia here with an April Sketch Twist for you. I love to use sketches for my creations and this month is not an exception. I decided to change the ribbon for something different.

To make this I used a Moroccan Lattice Stencil that I covered partially with gold embossing paste to create a distress look on the borders. Then I cut out Dainty Daisies Die Cut in two different colors of decorated paper: green and coral. And let me tell you, this die cut is one of the most wonderful die cuts that I have. The details, flowers and leaves are amazing!!!

I secured both die cuts with a green decorated brad and moved one of the cuts a little to create a dimension. Then I pasted the Die Cuts over the embossed background using the Double Sided Adhesive Dots from Tombow. Finally, I stamped my sentiment using an image from So Susy Stamps called Hola.

Now let me show all the details of the Dainty Daisies, this wonderful Die Cut that I used for my today´s card.

You can use this Die Cut or whatever you want from our collection to participate in our Monthly Challenge. Here is what you need to do:

First use this sketch that Tonya Gibbs create for us this month. A big thank you Tonya!

Then, follow these rules:

TO ENTER the Die~Namites Dies April Sketch Challenge YOU MUST:
  1. Use at least one Die~Namites Die in your creation.
  2. Use the SKETCH! It can be interpreted (loosely or exactly) as a card, layout or altered piece!
  3. Incorporate the DARE into your creation.
  4. Mention the Die~Namites Die you used in your blog post.
  5. Link back to the Die~Namites Die.
  6. You have until the last day of the month to post your creation on your blog and link up to this post.  **PLEASE add a link to your direct post, not your entire blog.*
Each participant will receive one entry into our random drawing
for each entry into the challenge.

Finally a random winner will be chosen from eligible participants for a $25 Gift Certificate to Die~Namites Dies.

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I hope you like my twist and it inspired you to create you own version, grab you Die-Namites Dies and your favorites supplies to create a way... See you soon!!!

1 comment:

  1. Precioso trabajo Martha Lucia. Me has dado una idea más para el sketch de este mes.