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Monday, February 27, 2012

Brrring on the Next Squigglefly Challenge

This week's Squigglefly Challenge is to put some Spring into your project (I think we're all tired of cold weather and gray skies).  Well, this little fella may be a ways from home, but I think he misses the sunshine too!  That must be why he's in the middle of all those flowers and bright colors!  The Squigglefly digi image is a new release called Brrr My Valentine by artist Sandy Sommerfield

I loved the patterned paper so much I couldn't stand to cut it down in size, so instead of a card I made an altered Steno Pad for my teen daughter, who's always looking for more notebooks to fill with stories, lists and ideas.

I covered the front with solid colored paper to coordinate with the patterned paper I found in my stash.  Copics colored my penguin, and some black Stickled gives his outline a bit of a glimmer.  Some lace3 and lots of fibers finishes off the notebook.

Squigglefly has a bunch of new releases to tickle your creative fancy, and you can find them all HERE.
Want a chance to win free digi's?  Join us in the Squigglefly Challenge Blog for your chance!  You must use a Squiggleflyt image, but that's easy--try a FREEBIE before you buy!

7 comments:

Kathy Bradley said...

Pat,
What an adorable and fun notebook cover for your daughter! The little image is so very cute, the DP and fibers are awesome!! Wow!

Holly said...

This is so cute Pat. What a fun little notebook to write in! I'm sure your daughter will smile every time she uses it!

Shawna said...

Fiberliscious! Love the fun, cute look. Your daughter will love it!

Tammy said...

Awesome! Love the idea of a notebook for your daughter!

Charlene Mitchell said...

What a fantastic project Pat! Your daughter will be the coolest girl on the block carrying this awesome notebook! Love all the fibres and all the detail!

Melissa said...

She is going to love it!

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Brrring it on! I just love that. It's such and adorable card. I think it's a shame she calls it a valentine because to me this image can be used for just about anything. I just love the colors you used on it because you totally took it out of valentine theme and made it very spring-y!