At Die Cuttin’ Divas this week, we were asked to create a project with a lion, a tiger or a bear (or all of them) on it, or something inspired by Wizard of Oz. I decided to use all three and make a mini album from a Michaels $1.00 chipboard album.
I wanted all three on the front cover, but didn’t want to do all that paper piecing all over again. I decided to go with silhouettes. For the bear and the lion, I was able to just “trace” the jpg file using Silhouette Studio software, but the bear file is actually a bear holding a shining sun. What I did was assemble his pieces on my virtual mat and weld them together.
I downloaded Oz Wizard Cowardly Lion font from Fontspace for the title.
You should see the fantastic projects made by the Die Cuttin’ Divas design team members. They’re sure to inspire you! And if you need a little more inspiration, you can look at this old post of mine here. Years ago, my daughter played Dorothy in a school play and I created a mini album for her. I was able to make the main characters using the Paper Dolls Dress Up Cricut cartridge. They turned out pretty cute!
Here are the details for this week’s challenge. It begins August 26, 2014, ends: September 1, 2014. The prize is a $5 Gift Certificate from Digital Delights! How delightful!