Sunday, 11 April 2010

A Little Note - Corrosive Challenges DT

This week's theme at Corrosive Challenges is to use texture in your project. I've gone for several different types: dry embossing, raffia, a feather and smooth Glossy Accents. Totally Gorjuss also has a texture challenge this week so I'm entering my card for their challenge too. I made my card using this week's free digi from Designed to Delight, as this is the first week of the month you can download it free. If you make and blog a project with it, you get next week's free. But hurry, you've got until Monday night to get your card made:). I used the sketch from Papertake Weekly to make my card, though the sentiment has ended up in the opposite corner as I ran out of room:).

Image is coloured with Copics, Distress Ink on the edges is Broken China, petals are coated with Glossy Accents. Sentiment is from Elusive Images, papers are a My Minds Eye pack that came free with a magazine and some Cuttlebugged pink card.


  1. OMGosh, I love it! Look at that cute little feather! Fab colours too!

  2. Aw how sweet us that!

    Thanks for playing Gorjuss with us.

  3. awww, Anne, this is so pretty! What an awesome way to use this image :)

  4. This is lovely - and the little bird is cute - looks like you have been pinching the feathers again!

  5. Oh Anne, this is so cute.

  6. What a cute little chick,

    Mrs Wonka xxx

  7. Such a cute card.. Thanks for playing along at TG this week…Debs

  8. This is lovely. Love the texture. Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

    Kat x

  9. Loving that feather! Great card, thanks for playing with us at Totally Gorjuss this week. Hugs, Squirrel x

  10. Look at you all clever with the feather! And the raffia too. Love the textures and the layout is super and those darn elusive people just make me crazy. I love the font on that sentiment.

  11. what a great mix of papers and colors for this wonderful creation. great idea adding the little feather on the bird too.


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