May 6, 2011

Stamp Something - May Digi Week

Happy Friday!!

It's the first friday of the month and that means it's time for our digi week over at stamp something. Lots of fantastic prizes are up for grabs again so hopefully you'll join us.

I got to choose an image from "A day for daisies" for this challenge and I absolutely love this ballerina. The image is called "tulip dancer". I thought it would make a beautiful clean and simple card so I went with a clean and simple look.
It's been printed out on Gina K layering weight card stock and colored with derwent coloursoft pencils blended with baby oil, and then some copics for the skin. The sentiment is from the digital sentiment set "Under the stars" from raindrop echo, available at Whimsy Stamps.

I used some ribbon, prima flowers, sticky pearls and silver cord for embellishing, and did some paper piercing to finish it off.

I'd love to enter this to the following challenges:
Hope you liked my clean and simple card! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.

Have a great weekend!

7 comments:

  1. WOW!! Ellie, this is so gorgeous!! I love the soft elegance with the colors and design!! Have a great weekend friend!

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  2. Gorgeous card!

    Thanks so much for joining our music or dance theme this fortnight over at Craft Your Days Away!
    Dazie
    x

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  3. beautiful, thank you so much for playing with Clear it out.

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  4. love your cute and girly card hun!!
    Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations this time hope to see you again
    hugs
    laney

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  5. Beautiful shading on the dress and I love that trim. Thanks for joining us at Clear It Out.

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  6. Ypur card is beautiful, thankyou for joining us at TioT's this week. Yvonne x

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  7. Just beautiful!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Craft Your Passion this week, good luck!
    Hugs Shell xx

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