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Saturday, 7 March 2009

BasicGrey Challenge #25

Oh dear, I'm so late with my card this week - good job the boss is unavailable and offline ;o) !!!!!

Wonderful Martine has given us a brilliant sketch to work with this week at the BasicGrey Challenge Blog and here it is ....



I have followed the sketch to the letter apart from a couple of additions.




The base card is white Bazzill.

The patterned papers are BasicGrey "Porcelain" which have been cut with nesties and punched with the family silver !

The image is by Leanne Ellis called "Fly Free" which I have coloured with ProMarkers. Henna and burnt umber (hair), rose pink and blossom and marsh green (dress), ivory and blush (skin), pastel yellow and pumpkin (flower), meadow green (leaves), cinnamon (bird), burnt umber (boots).

The brown flowers are Papermania and the paper roses are from HobbyCraft.

The pearls and ribbon are from my stash.

The charm is from e-bay.

I also managed to decorate the inside of my card very simply with nestie cut ovals and a sentiment and flower stamp which came with my Leanne Ellis stamps.


I am looking forward to seeing your take on Martine's sketch.

Join me back here tomorrow for Colour Create and a very interesting challenge for you this week ! Yes, I am in time with this one, the boss is stricter ! teehehehehehe (you know I'm joking hunny bun !!).

Have a great Saturday evening. Thank's for looking !

15 comments:

  1. Lovely card Jo. It's a fab idea to put something inside the card too.

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  2. Oh Jo this is so beautiful!
    Your image is so cute and your paper is so delish!
    Love this sketch!
    hugs
    kim x

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  3. Really pretty card! I love the image and the lovely papers!
    xx

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  4. what a beautiful card Jo,l love the image.

    hugs Riet.x

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  5. Fabulous card hunny, great take on the sketch - it was fab to work with wasn't it? :o)

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  6. Worth the wait I think Jo, this is so pretty! A fab image and great choice of papers too! I love the way you've picked out the paper with the birdcages on to match your image.... clever clogs!! xx

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  7. Glad you got some time to play Jo and your card is fabulous! I love the stamp, I'm really having to sit on my hands not to buy these, don't know how long I can hold out though LOL! Your colouring is stunning and I love the papers you used for this one, glad to see the family silver came out again tee hee! Hope Izzy is feeling ok now, sorry I got her and Mollie mixed up earlier but I hope you all have a better night of sleep tonight and then a nice Sunday. Night night Sweetie, hugs, Chris xxx

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  8. Brilliant, I love that little charm dangling from the ribbon. and the image is wonderful.

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  9. Fabby card sweetie, love the image, just gorge!
    Hugs Tab xxx

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  10. Cute cute cute! I love how you've coordinated the Porcelain papers with your image, lovely work Jo. Anthea xx

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  11. Fabulous Jo. Love the way you've co-ordinated the papers with the image - inspirational!!. Gorgeously coloured image and great accents.
    hugs Heather xx

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  12. Ahhhhh...such a sweet card, hun! I just adore it and the image is perfect with the Porcelain paper! I am just loving my 6x6 pad (much easier to work with on cards than the 12X12 but I was desperate for a BG fix)!
    Well, it is just soooo pretty and super duper colouring! Love all the details and the sweet flowers!
    Now, Good thing the boss didn't catch ya slacking,lol (just kidding ya)!!!
    Hugs,t

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  13. Beautiful! Love the papers!
    Helen x

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  14. beautiful card jo, those gorgeous BG papers and the cute image match perfectly :), i love how you have used papers with bird cages on them, perfect



    xx
    Martine

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Jo x

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