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Friday, 15 April 2011

Do It With Digis - Fairies, Pixies or Elves

Edited to Add:  OMG I had this scheduled and have only just realised it did not post - so apologies for the lateness!
Well, it is Thursday once again and that must mean it is time for a new challenge over at Do It With Digis.  I hope you remembered to stop by the challenge blog and see who the lucky winners and top 3 were - I did and they were fabulous - well done to all of you.
So onto the new challenge and this time it is the turn of the Diva A Team to show you their projects.  For this challenge we are sponsored by the Uber talented Roberta from The Prairie Fairy.  Roberta is offering the winner 5 digi images of their choice
and as always anyone who uses one of my sentiments from SENTIMENTS 4 YOU is in with the chance of winning a $10.00 gift certificate to spend in my digi store
So, without further ado let me show you my card for this challenge.  Now as I said we are sponsored by The Prairie Fairy and the Digi Divas all got to work with some of Bertie's wonderful digital images.  So here is my card:
I decided to go for a Christmas card because I loved this sweet little image. 
I have coloured the image with watercolour pencils and highlighted the whole of it with Glamour Dust. 
I added some punched snowflakes and some pale blue and pink baby's breath flowers.  The silver danglies are recycled from a necklace I bought a while ago which started to fall apart so I thought I'd use it on my cards. 
The little sentiment is one of Lynne's from Sentiments 4 You and I added a little Christmas Tree charm to the middle of it.
So there you have it.  Please remember to stop by the rest of the Digi Diva's blogs to have a look at their fabulous creations, I just know you won't be disappointed.

Can't wait to see what you all have to offer this time.  Have fun.
Challenges:
Audsentiments - Anything Goes
Digital Tuesday - Little Women
Dream Valley Challenges - Things with wings
Fussy and Fancy - A card for a child
Simon Says - Card for a child
ABC - S for sugar and spice