Sunday, May 29, 2016

Good luck and symmetry

Hello my dear blog readers!

I am a little late posting this (more like a week late) but in this case it's better late than never.

I made this colorful card for the Scrappy Hands Symmetry challenge.

I printed the hamsa design on a piece of cardstock and colored it with Faber Castell markers.

The sentiment says Mazel Tov in Hebrew and is cut from glitter vinyl. I added few dots with gold smooch ink to the design.

It took me quite some time to finish the coloring but I love how it turned out!

New Scrappy Hands challenge is already out but there are still 12 days to participate in the symmetry challenge. Link your work right here. We would love to see it!

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Scrappy Hands challenge 64 - Flag

Hello my dear blog readers. Today I am sharing a layout I made for the Scrappy Hands Flag challenge. I used the pictures from the Celebrate Israel Parade in NYC that we marched in with the Israeli Scouts 2 years ago. 


I kept the layout simple by making a background of blue pennants and adding three flags under the pictures.

The titles and the Israeli flags are made from vinyl with my Silhouette Cameo. So easy!

Check what other DT members made for this challenge on Scrappy Hands blog.