Monday, 5 January 2015

Through The Purple Haze Challenge with Aurora Wings

Hi everyone..I have two DT posts today the first one is the challenge over at Through The Purple Haze and it's our first one since our Christmas break and we are sponsored by the fabulous Aurora Wings and on my card I'm using one of the cute sprite collection digi stamps called Violet...isn't it so cute!! The theme of the challenge is 'Anything Goes' so a nice easy one to start with:)))  I actually used my watercolour pencils on this sprite image and I was happy with the result and of course snippets of paper out of my stash box and my liquid pearls blobs LOL. Well I have another DT post coming up later but don't forget to join in this one and get the chance to win some fab Aurora Wings digis...toodle pip and TFL hugglessssssssssss Sue xxxxxxxx



Sue said...

This is gorgeous Sue, such a sweet image coloured so beautifully.
hugs Sue xx

aussie aNNie said...

Hi Sue.....love your creation, image and beautiful design.xx{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

Carol said...

This is so cute sue. Carol x

Sarah said...

Wow Sue, she is adorable, love the rosette too xx

cotnob said...

This is so pretty Sue, such a sweet image and lovely rosette.

MRS DUCK said...

Hi Sue
Lovely cute image and pretty papers.Your cards are always beautifully photographed.
Best wishes.
Ang x

PS. . . . .just caught up with emails. Thanks for the answer about the ribbon and your kind offer. I've got frilly stuff I haven't even got round to using yet lol! To much stash to little time lol! x

Faith A said...

SO very pretty love the image and you certainly knew what to add to emphasise it.

Linda in Sweden said...

Such a pretty card. Your coloring is supergreat, Love it!

Hugs from Linda

Brenda said...

This is a cute card Sue! I love your image and how your colored it. I wouldn't have thought that you colored it with watercolor pencils, the colors are so vivid and beautiful. And of course you know how much I love your pearl blobs. I honestly don't know how you get them so evenly spaced and sized. Hugs, Brenda