Farm Fresh Digis and Favorite Techniques


It’s Friday and that means it’s time for another Farm Fresh Friday at the Greeting Farm Blog. This week our challenge is to use a digi and to use a new or favorite technique.

I used Pinto Pony by Marina Neira for my card. I colored her with Copics on PTI white cardstock. I was determined to color her with more realistic horse color because the last time I colored her I used pastels and such. Before I colored her I cut her out using my Nestabilities Large Classic Circles die and then sponged it inside the die with Wild Honey Distress Ink using a Sponge Dauber.

For my favorite/new technique I used my VersaMarker and colored her ribbons and embossed them with clear embossing powder with a bit of clear fine glitter from Martha Stewart. The glitter is pretty subtle but the embossing powder is very shiny and the two together look nice. I love this technique because it doesn’t smear my digi lines like Stickles and even my Spica marker sometimes can.


For the rest of the card I used Garden Variety Designer Paper by Cosmo Cricket and a sentiment from the retired Hope and Grace 4″x6″ set that I cut out with an oval Nestie and sponged in the die and layered it on a Scalloped Circle Nestie. I added a bit of sheer ribbon and punched the sentiment and threaded a bit of ribbon through it to complete my card. I forgot to write down my Copics but I’ll go back and look a bit later if you are interested in what ones I used.


If you’d like to participate with us this week you can visit the Greeting Farm Blog for full details. Be sure to check out what the rest of The Greeting Farm Farmers and Critter Crew have been up to this week!

I’ll be back tomorrow for a bit of fun with the Oh, Alice! challenge blog and a special surprise!

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