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1 Moonlight & Magic teaser

Wishing for a little Magic in the Moonlight? Please head on  over to the DRS Designs blog. Halloween magic is definitely in the air!

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17 What a yummy inspiration picture for this week’s Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge! Doesn’t it make your mouth water? Lori found this picture from Let Them Eat Cake. I wonder how many calories there are in “just looking” at these amazing cakes?

The colors and pattern really appealed to me in this fabulous design. So for my calorie free version, I used cool caribbean and chocolate chip.
DDIC 1Choc cake 3470a2

Across the bottom of a choc chip panel, I used a Martha Stewart punch three times. This particular punch doesn’t completely separate from the panel so I thought it might look interesting to put a strip of the cool carib thru/behind the punched shapes. I attached a couple of punched flowers (Punch Bunch) on top. The punched border is another MS punch. This is attached underneath the choc chip layer and a narrow strip of choc chip was attached under the punched border.

DDIC Choc Cake close up3473ac

The butterfly flourish was stamped w/ dark brown chalk ink onto a separate panel of the cool carib and cut w/ a large Spellbinders rectangle. I stamped the butterfly again on a scrap, cut it out and attached it w/ foam tape to the original. The sentiment was cut w/ a Quickutz oval die. I punched two choc chip and one cool carib flowers and attached them in the upper right corner. A red glaze pen was used to add red centers to the flowers.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
juliesig

Please visit the rest of the Divas. I know they have some fantastic creations!

Lori (chanteuse)
Chris (glowbug)
Keri (stampinupconsultan)
Angela (mudflapmamma)
Anne (jdmommy)
Donna (donnaire)
Kerri (girlydecou)

Supplies:
stamps: Inkadinkado
paper: cool caribbean, chocolate chip
ink: Fluid Chalk dark brown
accessories: flower punch (Punch Bunch) round wheel shape & doily lace border (Martha Stewart), foam tape, Spellbinders rectangle nesties, Quickutz oval die, red Glaze pen

1Silent Night teaser 3466

Want to see what a Silent Night looks like? Please hop on over to the DRS Designs blog for the full view. These new images are fabulous and it’s also for the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge #19.

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