Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Sunshine!

Which is hopefully what I will be soaking up on the last day of my Italian holiday, but in the meantime, it's the second challenge of September for The Paper Shelter B team and our theme is...

(Card must contain flowers of some sort)

There are great prizes up for grabs! If you are our randomly selected winner and play with a TPS image then you have a chance of winning a $30 gift certificate, any other image and you will win three digis of your choice.

I have used the beautiful Sunshine digital stamp from The Paper Shelter, (I love their girly images they have such pretty faces) and I have teamed it up with a fab Crafters companion Edge'ables die to make a double fold back card. I made up three flowers using an X-cut punch and inked them with a Memento Summer Sky ink pad, then used chipped sapphire distress ink to paint the die-cut flowers down the sides.


Digital stamp - Sunshine - TPS
Papers - Nitwits Petal Fresh collection
Die'sire Edge'ables Floral Dance
Cheery Lynn - Olive branches B147 die
X-cut large daisy punch
GoKreate scalloped ovals large frames
Tonic Plain and scallop mixed ovals layering die set
Tonic Plain and Scallop circles layering die sets
Sentiment - Computer generated
AB and blue stick on gems - Meiflower

and don't forget to pop over to The Paper Shelter challenge blog and check out the blooming deliciousness from the rest of my teamies.

Ciao for now,
hugs,
Colette xx

5 comments:

Christine L said...

A gorgeous creation Colette.... I'm LOVING those diecut edges - what a fabulous effect they give - and your image and flowers are lovely.

Hope you're keeping well..
Hugs
Christine x

Lau W said...

What a pretty card Colette ! Love it !
xxx

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Colette, that is just stunning, youve coloured it beautiful and the layout and design is gorgeous. hugs Shirleyxxx

Hippieaud (aka Audrey) said...

Beautiful creation Colette, love the colors and those die cut flowers are awesome!! Hugs:) Audrey

vickiscraft said...

Beautiful card, love it!