To make my card I used an old Dustin Pike Freebie 'Beach Bear' as my main image. I colored the image with Copic Markers and then put Flower Soft 'Sand' on the sand in the image, and Stickles on the sand and on the seashells in the border. The sentiment and sea shell border are from the Wink Wink Ink 'Pearl' set. I sponged Groovy Guava ink around the sentiment and the seashell border, and added twine and eyelets for embellishment. The designer paper is Cosmo Cricket. Card stock colors are White, Groovy Guava, and Creamy Caramel. Here is a close up of the main image so you can see the coloring, Stickles, and Flower Soft.
If you'd like to play along with us this week, simply click on the Digital Tuesday Challenge Blinkie in my sidebar and it will take you directly to the challenge site with further instructions.
Have a great day! Amy
Oh how darling Amy!! These images do coordinate so well together!! Great coloring and design!ReplyDelete
AWWW Amy this is sooooo adorable!!! WONDERFUL CARD!ReplyDelete
This is super cute Amy. Love the textures on the sand!ReplyDelete
Cute!! The sand looks fantastic, and the colors are perfect!ReplyDelete
I am SO bummed I missed you at CHA! Kim texted me when we were at lunch, and I couldn't find you when I returned! UGH! I hope you had a good time -- hopefully I'll see you next year! :)
This turned out super cute!!! These images complement one another perfectly!ReplyDelete
Love these images together! I bought flower soft a long time ago and have yet to bust it out! your card makes me want to give it a go!ReplyDelete
What a great idea for a challenge and you certainly nailed it!!! Adorable creation Amy!!ReplyDelete
Awwwwwww, super cute! I'm bummed we didn't find each other while there. Amazing how we could both be there the entire day and not run into each other.ReplyDelete
Sooooo cute Amy.ReplyDelete
Very cute combo of images. I like your 'sand'.ReplyDelete
CUTE card! And I almost didn't recognize my own stamp until I read your post! LOL I was thinking, "That looks kinda familiar..."ReplyDelete