Monday, 15 February 2016

Scrap N' Dipity Challenge - Anything Goes

Hello, my friends!

First of all,  a BIG thank you to those that linked up to our first challenge at Scrap N' Dipity!
It was great to see all your lovely projects!

Today is the beginning of a brand new challenge.
Until further notice all challenges will be "Anything Goes".
They will begin on the 15th of the month, and run for the entire month.
You can enter the challenge ONCE using any image.
 If you use a Scrap N' Dipity image, you can enter two times.
You can find all the details on the Scrap N' Dipity Challenge Blog.

I made my card using this super sweet image called "Scribble Sally Fairy Friend".
I coloured her up, added sparkle to the wings, a simple border punch, and finally a bow. 
Simple and sweet! :o)

Here you can see more of the sparkle!

Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock;
Image: Scrap N' Dipity - Scribble Sally Fairy Friend,
Spectrum Noir Markers;
Punch: EK Success - Flower Patch Border;
Ribbon: Offray;
Stickles: Diamond;
WRMK Corner Chomper.

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You're going to want to keep an eye on all things Scrap N' Dipity!
Alisha has offered some fabulous freebies; both in the store and the facebook group.
Also, there are always new images being released!

Here are all the links you're going to need:


Anonymous said...

She is adorable Nancy! I love how you have coloured her and also the sparkly wings on the butterfly! What a lovely, sweet card :-)

Daffodil Cards said...

This is gorgeous, the die flowers suit the image so well.

aussie aNNie said...

Super lovely creation Nancy, love that die border, have to have a look I am sure I have that one....xx {aNNie}

Gemma de Vega said...

Is what well colored! you have been very sweet and delicate

Doudou said...

Beautiful card! Very sweet!!

Susan M said...

This is beautiful Nancy ! Lovely soft colours and the flower patch border is fabulous !

Marilyn said...

This is lovely Nancy. I really like the way you coloured her hair... such a nice shine to it. Great colour combo and so much white space around the image really makes it pop!