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A Camera Card and Mini Album - Digital Punch Art

It's always fun to join in with a challenge when I get the chance and this week I've decided to play along at Dynamic Duos.  The 'colour' palette is Crumb Cake and Basic Black with Wet Embossing as the 'Dessert Option'.

 Camera Card and Mini Album
I'm really quite excited about this project as I designed the card and album using Digital Punches from MDS (My Digital Studio).  I've seen some cute punch art cameras and thought I'd try my hand at a digital version.  The 'punches' were combined to form a template, made into a cutting file in my Silhouette Studio and cut out with a Silhouette Cameo electronic cutter.  The camera shape is based on one of the designs from the 'I Am Me' suite (DSP) - SU.  You can see what digital punches I used in the last photo in this post. 

 

 Camera Card

The sentiment is from the stamp set, Happy Day (SU) and has been embossed with white embossing powder.

Camera Mini Album


 How Did She Do That?

Thanks so much for stopping by.  I hope you're inspired to join in with the challenge at Dynamic Duos.

Comments

Kreativsüchtig said…
This ist soooo cute!!! <3
Mel
AB. said…
Bronwyn - this is adorable!! So creative and cool! I'm so glad you joined in this week :)
Thanks for sharing your talents with us at Dynamic Duos. xx
Michelle said…
Bronwyn, this card and album are out of this world amazing!! Wow! Thanks for joining us at Dynamic Duos! I'm so glad you joined us. :-)
Amazing creation Bron!!! Love that little camera and the card to match, soooo cool!!
SMiles SHarnee :)
What a great idea Bronwyn, so clever and adorable! Thanks for visiting my blog also and playing Dynamic Duos this week!
Angel Johns said…
This is adorable!! I enjoyed this challenge! Thanks for sharing :)
Julia Aston said…
This is so clever and cute!
Susie W. said…
Your card and album are just too cute! What a clever idea...love it!
I'm so glad you joined us at Dynamic Duos this week. :)
Unknown said…
WOW! This is just FABulous :) My goodness way to think outside the box. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Dynamic Duos this week, we sure hope to see you back again soon!!! And thank you also for stopping by my blog to say hello :)
Love, love, love it. The idea of a mini-album is clever! thanks

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