Free printable Father’s Day Card from acreativeneed
Welcome to our June CHALLENGE. This will be the last challenge here on A Creative Need. The time has come to change things up a bit, but I’m not going away! I will continue to post my art and digital images for the A Creative Need shop. I will do my best to supply you with creative inspiration and free images too! I want to thank my wonderful design team for all of their fabulous contributions over the last 3 years! And thank YOU for your support and participation too! There are many great challenge blogs out there for you to participate in. For a regularly updated list please have a look at Paper Playful. The hard working ladies there list challenges and challenge winners every day! June CHALLENGE: FACE Forward! Incorporate a person/face into your projects. Peggy Peggy has made this lovely French birthday card using the ACN image FLOWERS IN HER HAIR Larissa also used this image to create her pretty in pink canvas! Gaze Upon Her Face is also available in the ACN Shop! …
Hello. I hope your schedules are not too busy because there’s still time to join in our MARCH CHALLENGE! Here’s another lovely creation from our DT member Kren to inspire you! Kren I love her colorful background using this month’s challenge colors: Yellow, Pink and Blue. Join us and don’t forget to pick up your FREE IMAGE here! Have a creative day, my friends!
Hello friends! I thought I’d share how this ‘Wild Thing’ CAS card for this month’s A Creative Need challenge was made. I was playing with a masking/paint technique. I masked the moon with a circle punch and painted over it with two shades of yellow, then while still a little wet, stuck clear wide packaging tape over it and peeled it off again to give it a worn look. When dry, I scanned it so I could use it as a digital element, as seen here. Using My Memories Software I simply placed my A Creative Need Wolves image and resized it to the size I wanted, then added in the image of my masked moon and layered it over the wolves. All that was left was to add in my sentiment. So simple, and I’m very happy with the result! Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!! Deena Read more: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/2484555#ixzz2t9eDd200
I’ve used my WEDDING BUBBLY digital image to create this sparky gold wedding card for my niece. She had a non traditional wedding in early September and it was a blast! I danced my feet off; SO MUCH FUN!! This image is in my FREEBIE section here on my blog for a little while longer, so grab it while you can! It’s a fun image that is pre-colored in gold and would work wonderfully for New Year’s cards, anniversaries or any romantic celebration! And remember, I love to see what you create, so please do shout it out and let me oooh and ahhh over your creations!! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by; you know I love it when you do 😉 Deena
A MAD MEN inspired RETRO Father’s Day image and card for our ACN ‘For the men’ challenge. I kept it fun and simple with retro circles in orange, green and brown accents. I designed the background and added the RETRO MAN image into a circle using My Memories Software. Challenges: That Craft Place (makes for men)
I thought today I’d share this page I made using a couple of my digi images and Cottage Arts Letting Go digi kit. My inspiration for this page came from CSI: CASE FILE #55 challenge. I’ve use COFFEE GIRL and HOT CUP OF COFFEE available at A Creative Need. I used My Memories Software to create the layout and used embellishments, and papers to created the layout. I added the butterfly to my coffee cup and some blue brush strokes. I did my own word art for the sentiment which was inspired by Easily Mused Six Word writing prompt sentence…”I could think of nothing more than its sweetness”… As I made the page I was thinking how wonderful it would be if only peace and unity were as easily shared as a cup of coffee. After some contemplative conversations, my friend and I joke that between the two of us and a good cup of coffee we could solve all the worlds problems if only the rest of the world would listen and …