Good morning Here is a card I made with a beautiful lilac image from Aurora Wings. Aurora Wings Challenge is currently having a sketch challenge, based on this sketch:
I colored the image up with Prismacolors, then layered it up with a doily. For the background, I stamped some script with white ink, and a swirly corner stamp was used with silver ink in the corner. Pieces of DP, matted with Silver mirror card were used for the other background elements. I added ribbon, eyelet lace and some silver blings to finish the card according to the sketch guidelines.
I would like to enter the following challenges with this card:
Mod Squad Challenge Blog – Plant Kindness
Fab N’ Funky - #343 Flowers
Aurora Wings Challenge – #46 Sketch
Deep Ocean Challenge - #151 Flowers Everywhere
Daisy Chain Challenge – #6 Make It Feminine
I’m on a posting roll, lately! This card was made with the gorgeous image, Orchid in Spring, by Ching Chou Kuik. I absolutely adore this (and all CCK’s) image! I colored her with my SN markers, then used this sketch
From Cheerful Sketches, as my layout guide. I’m venturing into the dreaded world of pastel colors, again. I’m going to beat this “fear” of pale colors yet!! I used some papers from a DCWV stack, some for the background, and some for the die cut shape on the corner of the image; a doily, some die cut flourishes, and butterflies cut with my Cricut. I mounted the image on a tag shape, that I punched the edge and top with. A simple sentiment was stamped along the top, then some strips of bling added. After assembling the card, but before adhering the butterflies, it became apparent that my love of glitter was taking over, so I added glitter all over the butterflies I love the effect!!
I’m entering this into the following challenges:
Ching Chou Kuik Challenge – Easter/Spring
Cheerful Sketches – Sketch shown in post
The Ribbon Girl – March Use Any Image
Digi Choosday – Week 12 ATG
Through the Craft Room Door – ATG, week of March 21
Hi there I made this card completely by using the sketch inspiration from MFT Sketch Challenge and the color and stash inspiration from the Butterfly Challenge. I took a look at this sketch:
…And then saw that the Butterfly Challenge had the theme of G is for Glossy Accents, with the color option of Slate Blue. I stamped the butterflies (Inkadinkadoo) all over the backing paper, then cut the frame from some slate blue card stock with my Cricut. I traced where the frame would sit, then used my Prismacolors to only color the inside part…..Of course using blue shades….Including the slate. I took a strip of ivory edged with some black pinstriping, then a strip of white, which I stamped a LDRS sentiment on. Finally, I stamped and colored one more butterfly, which I covered with Glossy Accents, and added it as an accent. The joys of photography (when it’s a bit dark), don’t really show off the colors in a true way, or the shine of the Glossy Accents….unless you really zoom in a lot. I think this makes a cheerful, yet classy card for a friend!!
I’d also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Cards and More – #179 Friendship
Simon Monday Challenge – Make Your Own Background
Artistic Inspirations – ATG #174