Thursday, April 28, 2016
SOUTHERN GIRLS - DT -TEAM TRACE
A new challenge starts today at the SOUTHERN GIRLS and this time it is Team Trace in the spotlight and the theme is...TEXTURE ..
Our sponsor is THE EASTWIND and I was able to choose this gorgeous image to play with...
AURORA FLORAL KISS
There she is...so lovely and so easy to colour with my Reno Art Markers..
My texture is the corrugated cardboard box, where I peeled layers of paper off and added a borders of die cut flowers either side...then the butterflies....I KNOW..Texture, you would think I would go crazy with it..but this image was just too pretty to muck around with.
A close up of Aurora...did a bit of shading with Faber Castell pencils and her cheeks with pink eye shadow...[ I do not use these eye shadows on my eyes at any time..they are cheap and tacky with horrible colours..but perfect for adding details on projects..just saying..lol..]
And a side view...
So there we go..it would be great if you could check out the inspiration from my Teamies HERE
I'm picking the top five this time so do me proud and add all your fabulous texture projects in our challenge and really make it difficult for me to choose..okay!!
Thanks so much for stopping by..the countdown is still on..only 4 more sleeps then back to work...
Challenges to enter...
Crafty Girls Corner [anything goes]
Inspiration Destination [anything goes]
Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge [anything goes]
See you tomorrow...
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Oh so beautiful Chrissy!! LOVE that image with your coloring and I really love the texture of the cardboard showing through on your design! very cool! :)
Beautiful card Chrissy, I like the image and the fab design
STUNNING project Chrissy, I love this image and her eyes, wow they look gorgeous along with the colours chosen...love it teamie.xx
Oh fantastic! Love the contrast between the vivid colours on lovely Aurora's floral headdress and the white diecuts, and it all looks great against the rugged corrugated texture.
Gorgeous sweetie I love the image :0) hugs Pops x
A beautiful card Chrissy, your image is beautiful with such gorgeous colours with the super die-cut flowers and suit butterflies!!
Thanks so much for joining us with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
I do love this image Chrissy and you've coloured her so beautifully, the corrugated card adds some fabulous texture!
She looks fabulous Chrissy, a lovely design too
Gorgeous image and fabulous colouring-love the corrugated cardboard
She is BEAutiful Chris..FABulous colours and GOrgeous hair as always.
LOve your texture and pretty die too.
Think they should bring it back Lorraine..
Such a pretty image and FABulous colours..LOve your design too.
Oooo gorgeous and am loving all the texture too, Luv Sam x
Fabulous image and beautifully coloured. Love the texture and the pretty butterflies. Gorgeous. Big hugs, Carol S.xx
Very beautiful and colourful Chrissy.
Hugs Veerle x
Oh my another beautiful creation Chrissy the image is so pretty I love the mix of colours you have used also the lovely sprays of flowers
Chrissy what a wonderful card love the image. love Alison xx
She is the highlight on your card. Such lovely bright colours.
Thanks for playing with us at Inspiration Destination.
Good luck in the draw, Michelle (DT)
hello Chrissy! so pretty, your coloring is amazing! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!
sparkle & shine, kindness *~*
Chrissy, this is beautiful hun. You're right, she's too gorgeous to outshine with lots of other textures. I love the way you've approached the challenge. The corrugated cardboard works a treat as the neutral backdrop and those lovely diecut blooms are perfect, as are the sweet butterflies. Perfect! Hugs, Wends x
Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner!
Great! Love the colors. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner.
Hugs Melanie, DT
Beautiful image. And I like you idea of adding neutral colored die cut flowers between her and the background, it lightens up the card and makes the colors of the image really pop...
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