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Wednesday, 18 August 2010

I ♥ Promarkers Challenge 28 - At the Seaside


It's time for Challenge #28 at I ♥ Promarkers and the theme this week is At the Seaside.
We're being sponsored by Simon Says Stamp and the prize is  $15 to spend in their online store.



For my DT card this week I've used an image by Elizabeth O. Dulemba called Summer Reader coloured with my promarkers, then cut out. I've added Glossy Accents to her glasses. The backing paper is Kanban - Artscapes - Coastline. The beach has been embellished with Martha Stewart glass beads in copper and gold and some stuff I found similar to Flowersoft. This has been mounted onto DCWV tan card, after being punched round the page with  Martha Stewart punches, then layered onto sky blue card.
All corners have been rounded using a corner punch and Fiskars scissors.


The summer embellishment was a chipboard freebie from a magazine, which I've sanded a little, and coloured over with a brownish ink. The ribbon is from a past gift I received, and I've coloured it with a pastel blue promarker, as it was originally white. It has been wound through the chipboard, then frayed at the ends, and a gem added on top.
The cardstock used is an 8 x 8"  pearl card.


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I'm entering my card into these challenges:
The ABC Challenge - B is for blue
Alphabet Challenge Blog - P is for punches
Creative Inspirations Challenge 40 - Recyle element on project - (ribbon was from a gift)
PaperPlay Challenge '10 Week 32 - Bon Voyage - (on vacation)
Craft Your Days Away Challenge 1 - Favourite things - (mine is sitting on a beach in the shade with a good book)

18 comments:

Doreen said...

This is fabulous,I love your colouring.Thanks for sharing this with us at CYDA.xxx

Hope Jacare said...

Great project Julie - how jealous am I of that lady (possible more the reading than the sunbathing) I love those glass beads - fabulous effect! Cheers Claire x

Cheryl said...

oh this is just brill hun just love the coulring on this too hugs cheryl
oh bless you for playing at creative inspriations,this week too hugs cheryl xxxxx

Stampvanwinkle said...

How cute is this. Wonderful use of ribbon and beads. Love her freckles.

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Gorgeous you have made a fab card hun I just love your attention to detail
Thanks for joining us at OSAAT this week
hugs shell xx

Josephine said...

I can feel the sea breeze from here! Gorgeous card.

Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week.

Stephanie said...

Great! I so want to be there with her. Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time.

Love crafts forever said...

OMG! Your colouring are fantastic. love the image. Thanks for playing with us at OSAAT. Hugs, Nataliya.

Marjo said...

Hi Julie,

Just need to get my beach towel...lol Your scene is fantastic. It looks so real, I just want to crawl right in. Simply gorgeous.

Hugs, Marjo

Dawn said...

This is so fab. I love the BP & the way you have put the card together. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT this week

Lindsay Weirich said...

amazing card, love the sand and details!

ona_i_ja said...

Lovely card, wonderful image! Your Detail is stunning. Thanks for playing at One Stitch At A Time this week.
Hugs, Agnieszka

Joni Parker said...

wow...looks so realistic!! Beautiful details!! Thanks for sharing with us at Alphabet Challenge!

Donna said...

Wow.. this is gorgeous! Loving that image and all the lovely details. Thanks for joining us at ABC and CYDA this time.
Hugs, Donna x

Cor* said...

Ahh....I just wanted to reach out and touch that sand stuffs and jump in that water. Great job! Super image! Thanks for joining us at creative Inspirations for our recycling challenge.

Jan Hunnicutt said...

What a wonderful card your beach scene is so realistic! Love it!

Karen said...

Lovely Julie, love how you've done the sand too.
xx

Lesley said...

Lovely card, the image is great! Thanks for taking part in the Alphabet and CYDA challenges xx

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