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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Cute Card Thursday Challenge 25 - In the water

This weeks challenge over on Cute Card Thursday Challenge Blog is "In the water". So I have made a larger A5 card this week, so that I could fit the scene on. I have used Tilda and the Jetty from the Summer Stamp Club. The Reeds were from the Sea & Summer 2008 collection. I have coloured all the images with my ProMarkers, and added some Sakura clear glitter gel pen to her hair and the water. The papers are Scenic Route "Grafton" the ribbon is American Craft, the flowers are by Prima. The spacers in the flowers were a gift from Marlene (my crafting bud...thanks Hun), but she does sell them in her eBay shop. The little tags were from Staples. All the sentiments are by Hero Arts.

I do love this challenge blog, it is one of my faves as you can use any stamps. Click on the link over on the right and see...the DT always produce some amazing cards and projects.

10 comments:

Andrea, said...

Gorgeous card Caz, I love the scene you have created. Thanks for joining in the CCT challenge

Chrissie said...

Oh Caz, you can always be relied on to come up trumps with your cards! This little scene is just gorgeous and your colouring is great. I'm loving my pro-markers by the way, so thanks for your help there.

Debbie said...

Gorgeous little scene caz.
Hugs Debbie x

carolann said...

Absolutely fantastic card hun well done xxxx

Sharon said...

Lovely card Caz. I've never been brave enough to make an A5 card (too much space to fill) but the scene you have created is lovely.

Sharon

Mee said...

Gorgeous card!!!

Sammi said...

Wow!! This card is Amazing!! It's so gorgeous and vibrant.. love the whole picture!! :)
Sammi
xxx

sandradrydesigns said...

Lovely card Caz. I love the bigger size, your perfect colouring and those yummy flowers.
Hugs
Sandra xx

LOUISE said...

Lovely card Caz, love the image. Louise x

ink'n'rubba said...

what a gorgous little scene you have created for this card, and love the colours and papers you've used with Tilda. annie x