Sunday, March 31, 2013

Corrosive Challenge

Happy Easter to all who are celebrating today!

We've got a fun challenge for you this week at the Corrosive Challenge blog! It's called Spring Fling!

Our fabulous sponsor this go around is Delicious Doodles. They have fabulous images. We were given some images to chose from and I picked this pretty Rosalee.

Hope you will join the challenge this week over at the Corrosive Challenge Blog. Stop by the challenge blog and check out all the inspiration from the talented DT!

My sketch comes from Raise the Bar challenge #137

Card Recipe:
Image: Delicious Doodles Rosalee
Ink: printer
Paper: copic xpress, SU Garden Green, Pink Pirouette, Authentique pattern
Extras: copics, sewing machine, WOC pearls, felt, MFT die, lace, MS leaf punch


julie said...

A very nice card,
I love the soft colors you use, it's beautiful.

Regan said...

Gorgeous, Kathy! I adore the lace and stitching! Beautifully colored image and your felt flower is just lovely!

CarlaKH said...

So pretty- the image is colored perfectly and love the stitching you added!

Karli said...

Wowie! What a gorgeous job you did on this card. I luv how soft & feminine it is & the image is colored beautifully. Hope you have a wonderful Easter! Hugs~

Unknown said...

Such a beautiful card - love the image and the colours - sooo pretty x x

Theresa said...

Stunningly beautiful!

Linda Palmer said...

So soft and beautiful! You did a fantastic job on this Kathy. I love the soft colors and stitching, really beautiful.

Doreen said...

gorgeous card - the image is simply stunning
Big hugs
Doreen xx

Unknown said...

Gorgeous Kathy! More spring than mine. LOL! Love the DP, the stiching, lace, coloring, and your take on the sketch! What can I say? It's awesome! :D

Jasmine said...

Kathy, this is just beautiful. So soft and delicate and pretty. The pink and green work so well. Love the lace and that gorgeous felt rose.

Nonni said...

What a beautiful card! The image is lovely, I think I'll have to buy this one. Where I live roses are often given to graduates -I have a couple of 18 years old girls in mind who would love to see this image in a graduation card. Thanks for the inspiration!

~*Joni said...

Kathy this is so lovely! What a girly image, so soft and pretty. Her hair is gorgeous, and your stitching is perfect. Thank you so much for joining in on our challenge this week over at Raise The Bar!
~*Joni RTB DT

Angela said...

This card is simply stunning! You've picked a pretty image and made it come to life with your amazing coloring!