This is Pam from http://papillondigitaldesigns.com/ and http://www.thebugbytes.com/. Today I am a designer at http://shesasassylady.blogspot.com/. Thanks Sheila for giving me this opportunity.
I love stamps and love coloring. I prefer digi stamps as I can resize them and even cut them on my silhouette cutting machine. For card making especially for print and cut I use my sd.
Recently I discovered the Hammermill Digital cover paper 80lb. They do fantastically well with copic coloring and are so economical. And they cut so well with silhouette too.
Today's card is an easel card using an image from Mos's digital pencil Spring Fairy Aleta.
I have used both copics and the spica pens to color.
Sorry for the picture quality as I did not have my regular camera with me.
I have used silhouette images and tweaked and created my own for the rest. I had to make 3 files all print and cut files with the registration marks.
Here is the view of the files
same file with cut lines shown. I made a score line in the front circle so that I could fold up for the easel effect. (note the images get dulled and the red lines show up when in cut window so that we can see what is getting cut)
The 2nd file
And the 3rd file
The plain scalloped easel card is available for download under the silhouette tab in my blog (http://papillondigitaldesigns.com/2006/11/silhouette-studio-files.html). You can add suitable pattern paper and sentiment to it and also a stamped or digi image of your choice measuring about 3inches to it
Thank you for reading and thanks Sheila once again for giving us this opportunity every month to design on your blog.