Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Taking a break from Craft Show crafting . . .

 . . . and playing along in a couple of challenges.

Good Afternoon All!

Today I've stepped away from my craft show crafting to create a fun card for The Bestie Challenge which is WINGS and ANYTHING GOES (please include a Bestie). Well, after coloring/cutting my image, I took at peek at Paper Playful in hopes of finding a sketch I could base my card on.  

Luckily, I found the sketch at Tuesday Morning Sketches that I thought might work well.  I did have to turn it on it's side and switch the embellishment to the other side.  But I think you can still see the 'sketch' in my creation.

So here it is ... what do you think? 

Isn't she cute!  Her name is 'Old Socks Sallie' and I've used one of my favorite color combos ... pink/purple.  Sherri Baldy has some FABULOUS new 'winged' images available in her store but since I don't have any (yet) I had to improvise and add wings to little Miss Sallie!


Her wings are actually butterfly wings from the Cheery Lynn Designs (DL160) Large Lace Faerie Queen w/Angel Wing die set. 

I turned this card into a little girls birthday card because this adorable image just reminded me of a little girl playing dress up and all little girls like flowers & butterflies

A few additional challenges:
Crafty Sentiments Designs - Favorite Technique or Color (color-pink/purple)
Creative Craft Challenge - Anything Goes
LEJ Designs - Things with Wings

Thanks so much for stopping by!  
I guess I'd better get back to Craft Show crafting if I'm going to have enough goodies to sell.  PLUS, next week I'll be making my fall trip out to see my crafting friends at Joan's Gardens in Liberty (near South Bend) Indiana.  I'm so looking forward to seeing these ladies again!  We have such a good time together.

Till next time ...
and As Always ...

Recipe:
Papers:  White cs, Pink cs, Graphic45 6x6 patterns & solids 'Secret Garden' design paper
Stamp/Ink:  Amuse Stamp/Versafine Onyx ink
Accessories:  Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, Cheery Lynn Designs (DL160) Large Lace Faerie Queen w/Angel Wing die, xPress it foam mounting tape, Prima flowers, purple Stickles, MS floral vine border punch  



12 comments:

  1. So beautiful. Love the different colors of the socks. Thanks for joining at Creative Craft Challenges: Anything Goes
    Hugs
    Dewi

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  2. I think you did an excellent job (with the card and with our sketch). I definitely can still see our sketch, and your little Bestie is quite charming. Thank you for joining us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

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  3. This is stunning and your colouring is beautiful....your card is so spring like!!!
    Have a gorgeous day!

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous coloring on this beautful image. Thanks for sharing at Loves Rubberstamps.

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  5. Beautiful card!! That is such a sweet image! I love those huge eyes!!
    Thanks for joining us this week at TMS!!

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  6. Lovely card Darlene, love the borderpunch!
    Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
    Hugs,Sandra

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  7. ovely card and colours, thanks for sharing with us at crafty sentiments

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  8. Oh my! Isn't this a beauty!! Love the lacy wings you added - great improvising! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

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  9. Fun fun fun. I love the butterfly die for wings! Thanks for playing with Loves Rubberstamps!

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  10. Super cute Darlene! I also love pink and purple. Thank so much for playing at Crafty Sentiments this week:)

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  11. Darlene you did fantastic job coloring Sallie and love the combo you used. The added wings is a nice touch.
    Hugs, Pat

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  12. I simply love your take on this sketch! The colors are just perfect and they really make this image pop! Thank you for joining us this week at the Crafty Sentiments Designs Challenge! I hope you play along with us again soon!

    Jackie, Crafty Sentiments Designs DT

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Thanks for taking the time to leave me some love!
Darlene