I'm very excited to show you my first co-ordinated digital image set consisting of three images with matching sentiments. You can purchase this set in its entirety or you can buy each of the images and sentiments separately. The designs all come as high quality 300dpi digital images in both black and white line drawings as well as full colour images ready to print and use.
My wonderful new design team have been hard at work using the Bicycle Set to create these gorgeous cards to help inspire you and get those creative juices flowing. I'll have more examples from them over the next couple of weeks, so please stop by often to see what they are up to.
Annie used the boys bike and the blossom bicycle on her country inspired card. The "adventure" sentiment is also from the Bicycle Set. Visit Annie's Blog to see more of her beautiful work.
Carla created these two gorgeous cards using pretty soft colours, lacey borders and lovely patterned papers. She used both the tandem bicycle and the blossom bicycle images along with two of the sentiments from the set. Stop by Carla's blog for lots more inspiration.
This beautiful card was created by Emily using the Blossom Bicycle image and a matching sentiment. She coloured the image in very similar colours to the background paper for a wonderful cohesive result. You can see more of Emily's cards and projects on her blog.
This is the very last card from the lovely Eret, whose time on my design team has sadly come to an end. Thank you for six wonderful months of gorgeous cards and projects Eret, we'll miss you! Please make sure you bookmark Eret's blog or become a follower so you don't miss out on any of her work.
Malin created her beautiful card also using the blossom bicycle image. She teamed it up with some really cute patterned paper and a gorgeous flower as well as a matching sentiment from the Bicycle Set. There are lots of other beautiful cards and projects on Malin's blog so make sure you stop by for a visit.
This beautiful card was designed by Marianne using the blossom bicycle image and the "adventure" sentiment, which she enlarged to fit almost the entire length of the bike... one of the many advantages of digital images is the ability to alter the size and shape of the image. You can see more beautiful cards and crafty projects on Marianne's blog.
Pauline used the tandem bicycle image for her card this week. She coloured the image in shades of pink, red and green and teamed it up with some wonderful checked paper. A handstitched border finished the design nicely. Visit Pauline's blog to see more of her beautiful work.
Candy is one of our Guest Designers for the month of April. She created this fabulous, funky card using lots of bright, bold colours and some gorgeous flowers and die cut foliage. She also changed the colours of the sentiments so they would tie in nicely with the rest of her card. There are lots of other wonderful projects to see on Candy's blog.
The second guest designer for this month is Shirl. She decided on gorgeous yellow roses for her card and added the sentiment on a piece of matching cardstock. She also used the Blossom Bicycle image, which seems to be the most popular among the designers. Visit Shirl's blog for more of her great cards and projects.