Thursday, August 9, 2018

DTGD 2018

I dove into the DTGD challenges- just to try a few of them.  It is fun to do the challenges and see what you can come up with.....  I focused alot on Christmas cards too : )

This was such a quick card to put together!  10 minutes max!  That may be a record for me : )  The image is Unity. 

This image is by PSX. It is gold embossed, then colored with Alcohol ink. .

 I tried applying the Alcohol inks in a different way.

And, this fun cutie is an image from a kit I rec's doing Christmas Crazy at SCS. I used Ditress inks on the sky, and colored using chalks on the rest. 

Thanks for stopping by!


kiwimeskreations said...

What great results Shelly - love the PSX poinsettia image, and both ways you have coloured it.

Lisa said...

They are all so gorgeous!! I love the designs of each one!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

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Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

It looks like Christmas on your blog, Shelly... and I love it! Awesome!!!

Lynn McAuley said...

You are reminding me that I need to get started on my Christmas cards with these fabulous holiday designs, Shelly!! Beautiful work!!

*Vicki* said...

What a fun and fabulous set of creations here Shelly!! I love them all and yay for you on getting some of those "dirty" challenges done!! You have until Wednesday and I hope you're able to keep playing along!! Have a fun weekend! HUGS

Donna said...

Nice cards Shelly. I've never tried DTGD but it sounds like fun. I'll have to check it out sometime. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Lisa Lynn said...

Shelly, these are some wonderful Christmas cards. You really added to your stash.

Marilyn said...

Oh my gosh Shelly, there's a whole lot of gorgeous card candy here. I like all three of these cards, each different and unique yet so pretty. I think I even have some of that paper in my hoard pile!

Lynn McAuley said...

What a great set of holiday designs, Shelly!! Good for you on getting started so early!!

Laura said...

Love each and every one of your cards! How wonderful to have a head start on making them!! Way to go!