Thursday, 5 July 2012

Crimbo Crackers Challenge 19 - Buildings

It's time for another Crimbo Crackers challenge! I'm sponsored this fortnight by the Digi Doodle Shop and one lucky winner will take away a $10 gift certificate to the store!

The theme is:

Buildings

And I've used this rather grand digi from the store called Christmas Door which I've coloured with Promarkers and added a little white flower soft.  Never used flower soft before so I'm wondering if it will stay put on the card!  I've had it for quite a while and this is the first time I've used it!  I used a Nesties die as a template to draw around and then I lightly inked the edges.

The red backing has a suede like feel to it and I had to draw the wiggly white gel pen line around the edge to hide the glue marks as they showed through a little.  Ribbon is from Tesco from a few years ago and the bling is from the Poundshop!

Good luck with the challenge!

I'd like to enter the following challenges:

Paper Pretties:  Celebrate
Scrapbook Sisters:  One Stamp
Waste Not Wednesdays:  Use Old Forgotten Stash
Christmas Cards All Year Around:  Holly
Through The Craft Room Door:  Christmas in July
  • Image:  Digi Doodle Shop, coloured with Promarkers and Flowersoft
  • Dies:  Spellbinder Nestabilities as a template
  • Everything else:  My stash

7 comments:

  1. Stunning image, I love how you have added snow! Thanks for playing with us at CCAYR!

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  2. Very pretty card and your coloring is lovely. I think the flower soft is a great addition to your card. Thank you for joining us at CCAYR this month!

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  3. This is so gorgeous!!! I need to try and find a way to play along--love your card! :)

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  4. Lovely card! Such a gorgeous image and I love how you've used it. Thanks for joining in with my WNW challenge hun :o) Hugs, Lisa x

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  5. Beautiful coloring and a gorgeous image... thanks for joining us at TTCRD.

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  6. Fabulous card - love the way you added the ribbon!

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