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Thursday 23 February 2012

Spring colours

 Here's a card I made up for Sarah at S J Crafts using my new limited edition spring promarkers and  MME Howdy Doody 6x6 pad. My card would fit nicely into this months challenge at S J Crafts which is flowers.
The image is a Lili of the Valley one which was free with one of the craft magazines a while ago. I used my promarkers to add colour to the paper lace as well as the image.

 I have inked the edges of the card with Antique Linen Distress ink and used Nesties to cut round the image and also to create the flower which is finished with a pearl. The swirl is a Marianne die and the sentiment is from Craftwork Cards and has been inked with the distress ink.
Promarkers used:
Hair - Vanilla, sandstone, caramel.
Top/ flowers - soft peach, peach
Top - daffodil bloom, pastel yellow, mustard
Skin - ivory, blush, oatmeal
Leaves - fresh meadow, soft green
Cat - cool grey 1,2,3
Flowers & flower pot - dusky pink, march hare, sunkissed pink, coral
Wall - pastel beige
Antique white for blending and pastel blue around the image.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Crafts & Me - Shades of Spring
Paper Pretties - Die cuts & punches
Simon Says Stamp - 3 different papers


Unknown said...

wow excellent colouring x

theboelemas@aol.com said...

Beautiful card, love the softness of the colours you've used. Claire x

Lisa Jane said...

oh this is so soft and pretty , and i just love the flower
Lisa x

Sarah said...

Stunning card Jenny, love the soft colours x

Jennie - The Crafty Wife said...

Such soft colours which make a gorgeous card, that's a very sweet image too.

CraftyC said...

This is so sweet Jenny and the colours are gorgeous

RoseC said...

Jenny, your little cat-hugging girl with flower pot image looks wonderful on this soft and very sweet card. So glad to see your entry at the Crafts and Me digi team's "Shades of Spring" challenge. Hugz, ~ Rose