Sunday, November 25, 2012

Corrosive Challenge



Happy Sunday! It's time for another Corrosive Challenge. The theme this go around is Anything Goes. We have a really great sponsor for November, A Day For Daisies! Tammy has the sweetest collection of whimsical images and she graciously allowed the DT to select an image to use. I picked this image called Pearls in My Hair. Isn't she gorgeous? I love all images from the back and ADFD has many of these, that I just adore. Play along for the chance to win a prize from ADFD!

My sketch is for the challenge over at Try Stamping on Tuesday #93.



Card Recipe:
Image: ADFD Pearls in My Hair
Ink: Printer
Paper: copic xpress, PTI Dk.Choc, Blueberry Sky, MME prints
Extras: copics, PTI ribbon, sewing machine, pearls, pearl pen, dimensionals

10 comments:

Caroline said...

Kathy this is so beautiful love the image and the layout was very elegant. Caroline xxx

Carla said...

Gorgeous! I love ADFD images and your card is fabulous!

Karli said...

Wowie! Your coloring is spectacular! And I luuuv images from the back too :) beautiful card, Kathy. Hugs~

Regan said...

Stunning, as always, Kathy! Love the papers and you pretty blue bow! Hope you and your family had a Happy Thanksgiving!
{hugs}
Regan

Linda Palmer said...

Kathy your card is beautiful. I love that image, have it but not colored so far. You used a great sketch for this image, colored it beautifully and made it into an awesome card.

Archana said...

So pretty colours. I am big fan of your sketches, Kathy and also what sketches you always using for your cards. Awesome papers also as always.
This card is stunning!
Hugs,
Archana

Imke said...

What a elegant and fabulous image. Love the birds in blue.

Jasmine said...

Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!!!! This is one of my favorite ADFD images, and you have definitely done it justice. Just beautiful. The orange and blue compliment it all perfectly.

Bea und Doreen said...

amazing card. Love this image - it's stunning
Hugs
Doreen xx

Angela said...

Really pretty...I love how you have added just a touch of blue...that really knocks this one out of the ballpark!