Sunday, March 30, 2014

Hi Card With Bingo Challenge

hi card by melin-480
Hello crafty friends,
Hope you’re all having a wonderful day. I apologize that this is kind of a late post.Today the Scrapyland.com  message board is having an “online” crop hosted by Kristina the new design team coordinator.  I was invited to share a project and game, so this is what I have to share. First the Game….

I chose BINGO. I created a bingo card for all the players to use. Here’s the card. The way the challenge-game works is very simple. Simply pick a form of bingo and create a project with that bingo. It can be using the items in the boxes that create a horizontal, vertical, diagonal or four corner bingo.
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Here is my project

My bingo is:
Patterned Paper, Marker, Free Space, Manual Die and Chipboard. The patterned papers were from the DCWV Citrus Stack pad. I used my y18 and G05 Copics and a regular Black marker. I also used a black fine tip pen. My manual die was the super cute flying bird die from die-namites. The chipboard is the white scalloped chipboard element from American Crafts as well as the chipboard circle covered in patterned paper. I used the Martha Stewart Embroidered Punch Around The Page Punch set to create the pretty border on the white mat. I also used foam tape on that layer to give it a little lift.




Here is a closer look at the chipboard elements. I topped the circle with some patterned paper and then used some of the American Crafts Orange, Puffy stickers to spell “hi”.


Here is a closer look at my little double bow. I used a felt flower from some felt flower ribbon I picked up a while back at Michael’s. I topped it with an American crafts button.

Here is a closer look at the little square metal clips I used as some decorative accents. You can also see a closer look at the border punch I used to frame the top layer.


Here’s a look at the die cut pieces to the birdie. I started by cutting all the pieces white. I like to do this when I need to color the pieces in.



Coloring in the eyes with some black marker



Coloring in the beaks and feet with my Y18 marker.


Here is my chipboard circle ready to be covered by some paper.

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I trimmed the square metal paper clip down. I needed it to be a bit smaller for this project.



Here is one last look at my card.


I used the following products for this project
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DCWV Citrus Stack
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Die-Namites Flying Bird Die
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American Crafts Puffy Thickers

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Pebbles Basic Dry Chalks

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Pebbles Pastel Dry Chalks

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American Crafts Polka Dot Ribbon
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Martha Stewart Embroidery Corner Punch Set
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Martha Stewart Embroidery Border Punch Set
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American Crafts Buttons
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YG05 Copic Marker

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Y18 Copic Marker
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Hobby Lobby White Cardstock

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Hobby Lobby Paper Studio Kraft Cardstock

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Crafty Foam Tape
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Fine tip glue pen
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Tombow Adhesive runner

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Fine Tip Black Pen
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Adventure Ink Pad
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Whimsy Ink Pad


Additional Supplies Used
Misc. Felt Flower
Misc. String
Misc. Square Paper Clip

This is my last post for my Scrapyland.com  DT. I have enjoyed it immensely and wish Scrapyland.com much success. I am sure the new designers will continue to showcase tons of fun and inspiring projects. 

UPDATE.... I apologize that the crop is over before most of you will see this post. I wasn't sharing my project until 8:45pm my time Sunday. Not a lot of time to participate. :-( .

Be sure to come back by tomorrow as I share another fun project with you! Until then,

2 comments:

Softail_Baby81 said...

I just had to tell you how much I love this card! Thanks for sharing your creativity! ♥

Jen said...

Adorable card, my friend! Love all of the layers, textures and colors -- the eye is drawn to so many of the special elements you included. Such a sweet little birdy, too!