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Monday, August 15, 2016

Discovering Confidence along the Path of Positivity

Have you ever noticed that the most confident people know their talents and skills and have figured out the best way to use them? Everything we have and who we are is within us, if only we could recognize these treasures. But like buried treasure, they have to be dug up through experience and self-awareness. We have to remove doubt and disbelief in order to gain the confidence to use what we have.
This month,, the Path of Positivity challenge blog offers us the theme of Confidence with which to be inspired. I created a hybrid card with two images from Scribbles Designs. They are colored with Copics and then popped onto a digital scene I created in Photoshop. I also printed out my sentiment, whose second part is on the insode of my card, which reads:
"The second greatest challenge is nowing how to use them"
The following is what went into creating my hybrid card:
Images: Scribbles’ Designs Treasure Chest & Sand Bucket
Papers: Decosse’s Dynamite Doodles’  Grungy Christmas Brown Textured Paper & A Taste of Summer Sunburst Patterned Paper
Pixel Scrappers:  Janet Scott’s Ripped Paper Border Template & Many Thanks Shadowed Bunting; Melo Vrijhof’s Thankful Harvest Elements 2; Marisa Lerin’s  Coastal Seagull Metal.
Font: Hotline Bling


Scribbles Designs is one of two sponsors this month, offering crafters a $10 gift certificate to the Shop!
Our second sponsor is Ike'sArt, who offers a $15 worth if digital images from the Shop/
There will also be:
  • A small selection of digital designer papers from D├ęcosse's Dynamite Doodles for one lucky person who leaves a comment on posts published during the challenge time frame.
  • One digital sentiment for every single person who enters the challenge.
Confidence can inspire a college graduation, someone starting a family, owning a new home, getting promoted, retiring...the list goes on. So, what inspires you to create with Confidence, about Confidence? Show us at the Path of Positivity Challenge Blog this month!

1 comment:

Katrina Brown said...

Love this post, Pat! Your card is wonderful with that sentiment. Whole heartedly agree, it is sometimes difficult to find those hidden treasures and then use them! What a great thought!