Another week has gone by and I can't believe my month At Digi Doodle is over. I have so enjoyed my time with the Design Team. For my final card I used a number of Spellbinders Dies and The Digi Doodle "Blueberries" Image. I printed this image numerous times then did a lot of cutting and pasting, layering the berries and leaves between foam tape. The top layer of the individual berries and leaves was debossed for more puff and dimension. I'm just sorry the picture doesn't shoe this better. Then I finished the card with a die cut butterfly and pearls. I want to thank all the great gals at Digi Doodle. I had a wonderful month and will truly miss you all.
IMAGE: Digi Doodle Shop
This wonderful image can be found at the Digi Doodle Shop here. And it's still on sale until the end of the month.
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FLUTTER BY WEDNSDAY: Butterfly
- Mesa, Arizona, United States
- Hi: It's Merniebug here. Well actually it's Melanie but I answer to a variety of sobriquets. My mother had been reading Gone With The Wind at the time of my birth, thus, I was named Melanie. My friends call me Mel, It was my sister who coined the moniker Mernie when she was too young to pronounce Melanie correctly. It was eventually shortened to Mern. And then later when my nephew came along he called me Melwee because he couldn't pronounce Melanie either. Now my husband of thirty-four years is so confused he just calls me whatever comes to mind first. Actually I was Sweetheart until the day he realized the honeymoon was over. It was my cousin who added the bug to Mernie which is who I've always been to him and who I am on Splitcoast Stampers. So now that we've gotten past the odd name business, who else am I? I'm a child of the King, a wife and a mother to one grown son and five tailwaggin' fur babies. I am a retired interior designer, a rubber stamper, and a wanna be author who is just completing a first novel. I got into scrapping and rubber stamping to fill a creative void after retiring--it's less expensive than redecorating the house every year. LOL