Saturday, January 11, 2020

Just Us Girls #518 - Trend Challenge

It's time for our Trend Challenge at Just Us Girls and Maria has chosen a spot on trend of Create Dimension!


We have both of our January Guest Designers with us this week.  Please welcome back Mary Deatherage and welcome to Hannelie Bester!   Check out JUGS to see what our 2 Guest Designers and the rest of the amazing Design Team have created with dimension.


Totally made with one arm.  I used a free set from Concord & 9th - Gem Dies.  Die cut from black cardstock, then squirted some Nuvo Dream Drops in Indigo Eclipse on a craft mat and smooshed the solid piece into it which created a swirly, dimensional look.  Adhered the outline piece on top.  Die cut the sentiment and did the inlaid technique.  Added the gem and sentiment to the striped piece with foam tape to pop them up.

Now it's your turn to show us at JUGS how you create dimension!  You could be chosen as our next Chic of the Week, which would then put you in the running for a chance to become our next Guest Designer!  Please limit your entries to 3.





8 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Another fabulous CAS card!

Macimbalo said...

So pretty and made with one arm - incredible! Love the stripes in the background, they are perfect for your creation!

Bobby said...

I never did ask if you broke your elbow on your dominate hand, Sue. If so your work is even more impressive. I know that die cutting can be an easier way to go but putting in those little letters must have been difficult.

Maria - Artsy Oils said...

So wonderful! Love that purple and how impressive to have done this with one arm! Great job!

Ina G said...

What a 'gem' of a card you have here Sue. Everything marries together perfectly here. Hope you get back to using both hands soon. Fabulous result with your one arm. Must be sooo hard.

Nancy said...

So impressed with you! You Haven't even missed a beat with your broken elbow! Another pretty card!

Anonymous said...

Wow! This is brilliant! I love how simple and yet stunning your card is, Sue!.

C├ęcile Ribon said...

Wow! This is brilliant! I love how simple and yet stunning your card is, Sue!.