Creative Confetti: Over the Edge

Hello! I bet you came here looking for Julie and a new Creative Confetti challenge? Surprise! I am your guest hostess for the challenge today.  I am a card maker who loves to color, my name is Barbara Campbell. I am very happy to say that I will be hosting here every so often. I am honored to be joining Julie in this new journey and over the top excited to challenge you today! Let’s get started.

HOW TO PLAY: There are a lot of ways that you can do this challenge and bring your main image off the edge. That's why I have two examples for you.

My first example uses the digital stamp Countryside Bouquet. It's one of my favorites. I am pretty proud that I have been working with digital stamps lately and was able to use part of this stamp and merge it with another part to take my main image off the side off my card or... "over the edge." The sentiment is from the same stamp set and after printing it out, I colored it with my Copic markers. Then, I added a blue border to the base card and a matching envelope.
For those of you that what to kick it up a notch, I have this second idea for you!
 I sure would like to challenge you to do one like this, where I used a die to take the image off the main portion of my card. It is not hard at all. Let me you how I did this one!

On a piece of card stock that is 5-1/2" by 8-1/2", I marked a line at 4-1/4". This is where your fold would be for a top folding card. The line is barely visible here, but it helps to know where to stamp my image. I used Power Poppy's Chrysanthemum XL. Then I placed the coordinating die over it to cut it out.

I used a partial die cut for  placing my Big Shot clear cutting plate so that I only cut the top of the flower. See? 

This is how it looks after cutting the Chrysanthemum XL out. It is folded on the line and I cut off the bottom to make sure that it was only 4 1/4 inches high.

Next, I colored it up...

To make the flower stand out, I used Distress ink sponged around it and then highlighted it with my Copic markers with B10. I used a stencil to get the lines on the top right and a copper envelope seemed to fit for this card.

Ok, crafty people, I have challenged you to go "Over the Edge!" Let's see what you create. Remember to link up your creation below for your chance to win a $25 gift code to Power Poppy! 

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Vicki said...

Wow, Barbara! Gorgeous cards and inspiration. I love both, but that chrysanthemum is just stunning. Your coloring is so amazing... Thanks for sharing this stamping technique too!

Judy Woodland said...

These are over-the-top gorgeous. Your coloring is just superb, I am blown away. Stunning colors and I love the challenge. Well done, my friend!!!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Congrats on the gd gig! Your cards are outstanding!

Rosy Newlun said...

Oh, Barbara!!! I'm so HAPPY for you!!! Look how gorgeous your coloring and designs are! I have no idea what you even described for merging and enlarging bwahaha!! If I can, I would love to play in your challenge. This is AWEsome!

Donna Phelan said...

OMGoodness! Congratulations, Barbara! I am utterly thrilled for you! Your cards look AHmazing (as always!) This is a FABULOUS Challenge....now that work is slowing down again, I may be able to play along! Thank you so much for these beautiful samples and for making my morning, love seeing your smiling face here! xoxo

KathyA. said...

Barbara, I love that you are over the top excited about your over the edge challenge! And your sample cards are both stellar. I look forward to seeing you GDTing for future challenges. Thanks so much for the inspiration. Kathy from https://myasperations.blogspot.com/

Cynthia said...

Great challenge idea and beautiful examples. Hope to join the fun!

Henriƫtte Creatively Happy said...

Gorgeous Barbara, the second card is my favorite. I love how you get "over the edge" with that awesome coloured image.
Thank you so much for you beautiful inspiration.

TK said...

Beautiful cards, and what a fun challenge!

Evelyn S. said...

Your card is so beautifully crafted; the "over the edge" works beautifully with the amazing flower.