Saturday, 29 October 2011

Get Dotty

Hood afternoon, I hope you are all enjoying the weekend :o)  I have just sat all afternoon and carved our pumpkin for halloween, my are is aching now!  We had a big pumkin this year so my son decided on 3 designs!!  I will upload a picture when I can take one once it has been lit and it is dark ebough to see !

So today's project was a comission and is a Hairslide tidy.

Full view

The backing papers are from Pink petticoat digi downloads and have been layered onto blue card

The image is a Digi stamp from Kenny K called 'uptown angel' and she has been coloured with pro markers then cut out and attatched using foam pads for a 3D effect

The sentiments have beem created on my computer and the flower is my favourite unknown stamp that has been coloured with pro markers.

The butterfly is a Marianne creatables die that has been cut out in white card then inked and gems have been added to decorate.  The ribbon to attatch your slides to is from my satsh.

I made the box for the hairslide tidy to go in and decorated it.

I will be entering this project into the following challenges  Use digi image and papers 2 different background papers

Thanks for stopping by




Vicky said...

So gorgeous hun....and lovely elements too sweetie...

have a great evening....hugs Vicky xx

CreaRenata said...

What a fabulous creation! Thanks for joining our dotty challenge at KKKG this week!


tiggertastic said...

this is so special i would love something like this as a gift, what alovely keepsake
Good luck in the challenges, hugs Sarah-Louise My Blog

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Peggy said...

This is wonderful!! Great job. Thanks for playing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

coldwaters2 said...

Wow this is totally awesome what a fantastic and beautiful idea, love it, thank you for sharing this with us at Bearlymine Challenge.
Lorraine x

Tracey Manderson said...

wow this is great! love the blue and white! Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine, and good luck with the challenge.