Jun 28, 2011

Flower Power - DTC117



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Hello and happy tuesday!!

We have a new challenge for you over at digital tuesday and this week it's Lorraine's week to challenge us. Her theme is

Flower Power.

Should be easy for everyone, so hopefully you'll all join us, plus we have the amazing Karen's Doodles sponsoring us this week giving away 3 of their adorable digis to one lucky randomly chosen winner.

The Design team was also given a few images to choose from, I used the image Princess Pony. Isn't it just adorable!!


I colored this image with prismacolor pencils and derwent coloursoft pencils blended with baby oil.


Products used:
  • Stamps: digi-karen's doodles, sentiment - SU
  • Papers: SU, neenah, DP unknown from stash
  • Accessories: ribbon, rhinestones, flowers and leaves, glitter
  • Tools: Boho blossom punch (SU), word window punch (SU), leaves punch (MS), sewing machine


I am combining this with the following challenges:
That is all for today. Thanks so much for stopping by! Not sure how much crafting time I'll get in this week, but I will be back for sure Friday with a brand new card for the July Whimsy Stamps Digital Release Blog hop.

Have a great day!!

5 comments:

  1. Hi Ellie beautiful card and so much lovely detail.
    Louise xx

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  2. This is absolutely adorable. Thanks so much for joining us over at Creative Inspirations.

    Hugs
    Debbie

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  3. This is gorgeous! I love how you did the sentiment and all the extra sparkle and details.

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  4. Oh Ellie this is beautiful I so love that image and your colouring is awesome, so are the papers, flowers and design.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  5. Such a pretty card. Thank you for joining us at Little Claire's x

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