Nov 17, 2009

Digital Tuesday Challenge #33 - a color challenge

Hi all and thanks for visiting my blog today.

It is tuesday and that means it's time for a new challenge over at the digital tuesday challenge blog. It is my turn to host and I chose a color challenge.

**white, purple and gold or silver**
You may use yellow or gray in place of the metallics.

My image is from Cute Daisy May, our sponsor this week, and they generously let the design team members choose one of their sheets to work with. They have so many adorable images to choose from, it was so hard to choose!


I colored my digital image with copics. The tree is from Stampin Up. I heat embossed it with white embossing powder then sponged some yellow ink around it for a little glow. My papers are elegant eggplant and prints designer paper in lovely lilac (I believe -I got it in a package with others at a yard sale.)

Sentiment is from an old stampin up set. To finish the card off, I added some punched out flowers using Stampin Up's retired spring bouquet punch, with gold brads and used a glitter pen on the star and wings for some shimmer. Sorry it came out gray in the picture.

If you're up for a challenge, why not grab a digi and join us at digital tuesday for a chance to win some cute images from Cute Daisy May. They are giving away 5 (!!) sheets of their adorable digis. One sheet typically has 4 images, so that would be about 20 images. How fun is that.

2 comments:

  1. gorgeous Ellie, love the embossed scene in this precious scene!!!
    Blessings, Maria

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  2. Really great card. Love the effect of the white embossing and the yellow sponging on the tree.

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