Hi all! It's time for another challenge over at the Cameo Creations Challenge blog and this time the theme is Spring and you must use glitter anywhere in your project. For my DT contribution I prettied up a wooden framed lattice fence I recently bought at a local store for $1.50. It was roughly 15.5 inches tall x 11.5 inches wide, and about 0.75 inch thick. All cutouts were designed using the Silhouette Studio and all pieces were cut with the Cameo.
This is how it first looked like.
I covered the perimeter with my home-dyed crinkle ribbon.
Here are the cut out pieces before assembly.
Now on to some details:
1. rolled rose (Design ID #25432) by Silhouette
2. corner leaf vine flourish (Design ID #7319) by Samantha Walker
3. fairies (pixie corner digi set) by Scrapper's Delights store
Importing any digi stamp (in .jpg or .png formats) onto the Silhouette Studio takes some practice but you will definitely love it once you get the hang of it. I imported Janice's (Scrapper's Delights designer) pixies onto the Silhouette Studio, sized them as I pleased and then used the trace and offset features of the Silhouette Studio to create the cut lines around the pixies.
After printing, here are the pixies before I sent it to the Cameo to cut.
After cutting the pixies I used ProMarkers to color them in and used stickles for some glitter glam on the wings.
I also attached some mini clothespins onto the fence with the help of a glue gun, to hold notes/pictures. Actually I used my glue gun to attach all the pieces onto the wooden lattice framed fence, except for the pixies - those I attached with the use of some foam mounts for some depth.
Here are some closeups of the finished project: