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Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Bubbling Over


Card Patterns is a new Challenge blog to me, how ever have I missed this one for so long?! I used their sketch as the basis for this card, made with one of the new Indulgence images from Shirleys2Girls. Don't forget you only have one day left to join in the Indulgence Blog Hop, don't miss out :). If you're looking for my stage of the hop, please click here :).

I combined this card with the Paper Sundae Challenge which is a recipe: brown, pink, lace and flowers, far too pretty a combo to miss out on!

I've coloured my image with Copics and trimmed it down, cropping out the background, it's then been glued onto DP using silicon glue to give it lots of dimension. The bubbles have Liquid Pearls added for even more dimensions. The papers are all Basic Grey from the Porcelain collection. Plain white cardstock has Swiss Dots embossed on it, the lace is from my fabric stash and the flowers were a little gift in with an order from Simon Says.

13 comments:

  1. Love the layout and colors. And I really do love how you do those bubbles.

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  2. so pretty and girly - the Porcelain papers work great with the lace!
    Thanks for playing with Paper Sundaes!

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  3. Oh btw Anne I have an award for you over on my blog please stop by and pick it up :)

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  4. What a fun card! Great detail. Thanks for playing at Paper Sundaes.

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  5. Love the use of the Liquid Pearls, such a great idea! Thank you for playing with us over at Paper Sundaes!

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  6. Anne, I love the fab new background for your blog....The detail in your bubbles and the pearl accents add such great dimension to your "bubbly" card... Really pretty!!!

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  7. What a fun card! Great details!

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  8. So cute, and lots of interesting detail. I love that lace!! I'm glad you could join us this week with the Paper Sundaes Challenge.

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  9. This is so fun! I love that image you used.

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  10. So pretty. Love all the different textures. The punched border really makes everything just pop for some reason. Love the lace. I need some lace.

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