It’s another challenge at Little Miss Muffet Challenges and this week we have an interesting challenge for you – we want to have your image go “outside the diecut!” What does that mean? Well, if you read my post from yesterday then you got a sneak peek! ;D

On this project I used Sugar from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Seventeen for the die. I stamped and colored my image first then placed my diecut on top to get the position. Then before sending it through the cutting press I cut around the parts I wanted to keep and flipped them on the top.

I love this technique and I think it fills out the card nicely without taking up the whole front. We have lots of inspiration to look at so make sure you head on over to the Little Miss Muffet Challenge blog and take a gander! 😀 Happy Coloring!

I’d like to enter this into the following challenge:

Craft Your Passion Away Challenge #69 – anything goes
Crafty Cardmaking Challenge #50 – use butterflies
iCopic Challenge Week #41 – skin tones
Make it Monday #48 – anything goes
Woodware USA Challenge #37 – anything goes

20 thoughts on “Sugar

  1. Beautiful card Barbara, that sentiment just reminds me of my son, we count 'sleeps', how many sleeps till Christmas etc lol. Love that beautiful white ribbon too. hugs Donna x


  2. Still not confident enough to colour dark skin, but when I do, will pop back to this stunning card Barbara. She is super cute and the sentiment made me smile.Hugs Shirley x x


  3. I've just been looking at the miss muffett challenge thinking how on earth do you do this. Someone tried to explain it to me a while back but it didn't make sence – so when clicked on your blog and saw how you did it all makes sence now!! thanks very much. Great card – thanks! x


  4. Her skin turned out so fantastically, you really are a Master at this technique.Sugar's expression is just so sweet. I love the sentiment too. Wonderful folds in her dress, again such a Master. Okay enough already, I sound like such a suck up. ;D


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