Friday, 2 September 2016

Polkadoodles challenge - F is for...

Hi everyone and welcome to another brand new Polkadoodles Challenge. All our challenges are

Anything Goes

while for an added challenge the DT's are adding something starting with F to our makes.

For my make, I decided to make a card with flowers in the background and I couldn't go past the lovely papers from the Winnie in Wonderland collection. Now if you don't want the whole collection, you can just buy the background papers in sets - the papers I chose are from Winnie Wonderland Paper Heaven 6. I printed my background on bright white paper using my Canon inkjet Pixma printer - one thing I love about these papers is how bright the colours are and how much detail is in the background - they are so pretty. I layered the paper onto some green card and then onto a larger white card that I punched a fancy edge on using an around the page punch set.

I then printed one of my favourite fairy - Serenity Princess and coloured her in with my copics. The colours I used are: E0000, E000, E00, E11, R20, C00, C1, C3, Y28, Y23, Y21, G20, G0000, YG00, RV14, RV34, R21, RV0000, E57. E55, E53, E51.

To finish off my card, I added a triple bow and a white rose, and some little pearls to the fairy crown.

Here is my card:

And stop press - quick go and check out the Polkadoodles challenge blog for a special offer - but you must do it before midnight on Friday night (UK time)

Happy stamping until next time...

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  1. So pretty goes really well with that paper. xx

  2. Such a pretty card, a beautiful image and fabulous design.

  3. Beautiful card, love the die-cut frame.
    Katrina xx

  4. Absolutely gorgeous.....Thanks for playing along with us at Di's Digi Designs Challenge.
    Wendy xx

  5. Oh Carol, how gorgeous this card is! I love the diecut crd base, so pretty! Thanks for joining in at My Time to Craft!

    love Mags B DT x

  6. Hi Carol, I just popped back to say thank you for joining us at Di's Digi Designs.
    My Personal Blog: Crafting with Cotnob