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All work exhibited here is my own design, unless otherwise stated, in which case I shall have credited the original author of that work. I am thrilled to be able to share my designs with you but would appreciate that you respect that these are my designs and do not copy and place them anywhere else online or use them for your own personal gain in any way.
Friday, 5 March 2010
Wow haven't done this in a while. Must have gotten some energy from somewhere, lol
Another card with a combination of challenges.
First off I wanted to enter Sassy Cheryl's first ever challenge, so the image is one of her's called Gentle Friends. Do go check out her artwork, until Sunday there is 20% off her digi images. Wish I had known that last week when I stocked up!!! With St. Paddy's day in mind she wanted the theme to be 'mainly green'. I found this gorgeous green digital paper pack I had from Summer Driggs called Limeade, and printed off a few sheets. Her designs are free to download and there are some real stunners on there, do go check outher beautiful blog. I coloured in the image with prismas.
Next over to Cute Card Thursday who also have St. Paddy's day in mind and also wanted mainly green.
I based the card on a sketch from Friday Sketchers and with all those lovely green papers to use it was ideal.
The Stampavie and More challenge blog wanted the theme to be spring and I always think of goregous greens here in England in the Spring. You can tell the world is springing back to life with all the wonderful different greens that suddenly start to appear, from fresh new grass after the Winter lull, to buds on trees and the first tentative plants popping their heads above soil.
Finally Papertake Weekly are after Buttons, Bows, Brads & Bling or any combination thereof. I managed three out of four if you count the centre of my flower and the shimmery ribbon.
I think green might just be my new favourite colour. The card is so fresh and makes me feel that winter is finally on it's way out and spring firmly heading in. Hooray!
Posted by Lin at 13:02