Sunday, April 12, 2009

Whoa, my first combined challenges

There's quite a few firsts in that little card really.

1) My first combined challenge
2) My first Simon Says Challenge card (well, it IS their first challenge...)
3) My first time to attempt to make a flower myself (erm, OK, I've seen better results but it's MY flower and onto the card it goes!)

Maybe I can think of something else - nope, not really!

I used Friday Sketchers sketch as a base for the card, wonderful clean lines this time and DT work fab as always ... when I grow up I want to be on DT as well! :D
Card recipe:
Cardstock: Bazzill, Papermill, Core'dinations
PP: K&Co
Stamps: Whiff Of Joy, Autumn Leaves
Image coloured with ProMarkers
Nestabilities Curved Rectangles and Nesting Flowers
BossKut vine
Lace, velvet ribbon, tulle and pearls from my stash
Flower made with ancient scraps found in my drawer

Thanks for looking!
Annika


8 comments:

Shary said...

Gorgeous card with lovely colours and I think you did a great job on the flower!

Iris said...

A very cute card with a lovely image.
Thanks for joining the Simon Says Challenge.

Iris

Timcsoca said...

Beautiful card Annika!I love it the flower!

Thanks for joining the Simon Says Challenge!:)

Tímea

Lorraine A said...

Fabulous card Annika, the flower is fab, well done :-) Very pretty woj image and your colouring is lovely :-)

Thanks for joining the Simon Says Challenge :-)
We look forward to seeing your entry in the 2nd challenge :-)
Lorraine

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous card, wonderful cute image and love the flower.
luv
Debby

SimonSaysStamp.com said...

YAHOO! HAPPY DANCE FOR FIRSTS!!! This is one of my favorite Whiff Of Joy Rubber stamps, so glad to see it here.

Thanks for joining our Simon Says Stamp Store challenge, it's an honor to have you!

Heidi
www.SimonSaysStamp.com

Cardmaking Galore said...

This is stunning. Love how you used the toulle

Eva said...

Lovely card! I like the way you've used the nesties when you filled in the yellow around your stamp - it looks like a subtle frame. Clever!

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