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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge - Photo Inspirations


Good Evening well life is treating me well today and I have been at the crafty area again today!!! My daughter has taken my laptop I got free with my broadbrand provider a while back to be her computer so I was burning some of my images to a disc so I can use them on my PC I was looking at my Mo Images and just had to join the challenge this week over at Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge blog.
The theme is to use the fantastic photo inspiration. I chose to use the colours the textured threads and the buttons as my inspiration.

I made a shaped easel card using coredinations card stock and a nestie as  a template. I then coloured my image with promarkers, copics and sakura pens. I then cut out the image with a nestie and added sakura stardust pen to the embossed  edge. I then added all my embellishments and a sentiment from Whiff of Joy stamps.


Thanks for stopping by your support really makes my day x

9 comments:

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Pascale,
I love this card. the image is just so sweet - looks like hubby and I Lol. Brilliant use of the buttons and a fabulous layout.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Sue said...

Hi Hun
fabulous card, luv the colour combo, great shape & design, sue,x

Meggymay said...

Love your card, they are a lovely couple.

Doreen said...

Hi Pascale this is gorgeous,I love the shape and the image is one of my favorites.xxx

CraftyC said...

Beautiful card Pascale, love the colours and a fabulous image
Clairex

Poppet said...

Great card for an anniversary Pascale, love the shape. :-) xx

KymKreates said...

this is one of my favorite Mo stamps and you have done a exquisite job with it! Wouldn't be wonderful to be that much in love at that age!

xoxo,
Kym

Elaine L. said...

Wonderful card! I always love seeing this old couple. Thanks for taking part in Mo's Challenge this week.

Sandy Hulsart said...

Oh, Jack and Ginger looks so cute in these bright and happy colors. What a lovely card. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Mo's Digital Challenge blog.