The fortnightly Waltzingmouse Fanatics Challenge has rolled around again, and this time the gals are getting sketchy.
To play in this challenge you need to use something from Waltzingmouse Stamps - a stamp, a digital file, a template, etc. Claire has a bunch of freebies on her site so everyone can play even if you have never purchased anything. Deborah's wonderful samples showed some of Claire's digital papers that were cut by hand into the "ray" pattern. Deborah did this fussy cutting to enable her to match up the pattern perfectly across the colour ways. That kind of effort is to be lauded!
Using Deborah's card as inspiration, I created the rays in my Silhouette software and loaded the digital papers into them so my rays are one seamless piece of paper printed on my printer. However, I forgot to work on matching up the patterns. I think it can be done fairly easily in the software, so need to go back and figure that out.
The digital papers I used (also Waltzingmouse) have a smaller, busier pattern so my slackness hopefully isn't too obvious! I also scanned and traced the label and rooster stamps into my Silhouette program and cut them out with my Cameo.
|WMS Stamps: French Country; Papers: Victoriana Papers|
|WMS Stamps: My Heart|
|Ranger Glossy Accents used to shine the hearts and affix the sequins.|