Tuesday, 23 March 2010
Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge #23
Now, as you all know I'm a Mo-aholic, but what with one thing and another, I don't seem to have entered many of her challenges lately.
I just about managed a card for the monthly Dream Team sketch challenge, but didn't think I'd get the DP2 challenge card made in time. Luckily, I finished it today, so quickly got DH to take a photo (bless him!) and I should just make it, as the new challenge is due on Thursday.
* Image - Mo's Digital Pencil Too - 'Alice in Pencil' & 'Late'
* Colouring medium - Promarkers
* Papers - Jak Heath's Freebie Dots collection - 'Creme Anglaise' & 'Iced Blue'
* Punches - MS around the page 'Fanned Shell' & 'Garden Trellis' deep edge
& EK Success 'Retro Flower' (large and medium)
* Sentiment - Crafty Ann's Digi Shop - 'Tickets'
* Everything else from my stash
This week's challenge wanted us to use at least 3 punches on our project.
Whew! just about managed it, but it's harder than it sounds! Of course, I could have made life easier if I'd used a Nestability as a mat, but because I decided to use both of these 'Wonderland' images I had nothing big enough! So, I had to cut both images out and mount them on some pearlised backing paper. I also found some 'sky' paper in my stash (don't ask, I have no idea!!) so popped this behind the little characters. Obviously, you can't see either of these things in the photo....why do I bother? LOL!
I'm hoping to whizz around and pay you all a visit in the next day or two, I'm so sorry I've neglected some of you for so long.
I also have DT Challenge Blog comments to make and a guest DT to choose, all of which should keep me busy and out of mischief for a while.
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Chrissie this is beautiful, love those images and that flower is GORGEOUS!! What a beautiful creation!
wow Chrissie your card is gorgeous I love the images, and the punched edges look fab hugS Jill xx
What a wonderful card chrissie. lovely image.xxx
Chrissie, I love this! Great coloring and composition! All the new attention on Alice is terrific and I just finished reading the original stories --- not the Disney version. What an imagination!
I'm so glad you are able to get back to crafting and blogging.
Oh Chrissie - this is so gorgeous. The images are great and your flower is fabulous.
I really like this one Chrissie, love that rabbit.
I love your work! I'm glad you're back to Mo's group. You make me glad I have eyesight,
Oh wow,wow,wow Chrissie this is an excellent card you have done something so amazing with the images they look like they are a pop out ....reminds me of those books you open and the scene pops up....your colouring and design I just love. Glad your neck and back are better have been missing you.
Beautiful Chrissie - glad you are feeling a bit brighter. Missed you
Fabulous card Chrissie and I agree with Crystal, the flower is GORGEOUS! Glad you're feeling a bit better. Hugs x
Oh this is gorgeous.
Wow Chrissie this is so lovely and oh so cute. I love it. Your colouring is always super. Glad your neck and back is a little easier. Cathy xxx
What a brilliant card Chrissie, I love the expression on the rabbits face. Hugs Rita xx
Wonderful! I love the soft colors you've used. Thanks for joining us in Mo's Challenge this week.
WOW this is so cool! I'm a total "Alice" fanatic now and love what you did with Mo's images! Aside from that your work is gorgeous! I love your coloring and your layout rocks! Thanks for joining us at Mo's Challenge!
wow Chrissie this is amazing what a brilliant idea to use them together, stunning colouring too
Oh wow Chrissie what a magicla card, I love the 'Alice' scene you have created and your colouring is beautiful.
So nice to see you back in blogland :)
This is just gorgeous!! I love the coloring you did on this image and the scene you created too!!
Wowee, Chrissie, this is so fantastic.
I love the images - coloured perfectly, and that flower is magnificent.
The corner and border punches are a fab finish to this wonderful card.
I can see the things you think I can't Chrissie so it must be fantastic in real life. I adore the colour scheme, it's absolutely perfect for these lovely images.
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