Friday, 3 July 2015

Polka Doodles #27: Add Some Embossing

Good morning, friends!!! It's FRIDAY.... at last, so brace yourself for another fortnight of challenges, friends! A new theme starts today: "Add Some Embossing" - wet or dry... as long as it actual, real, proper embossing and not "digital embossing".

My card features a fairy called Serenity Blossom from the sweet Serenity Fairy Collection. The patterned paper is from the Work & Play 10: Country Life Collection. I embossed the background paper with the Cuttlebug D'Vine Swirls folder and inked it Picked Raspberry Distress Ink to make the swirly design stand out. The ticket tag is also from the Serenity Fairy Collection, which I inked with Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink. To finish I added lashing of Stardust Stickles and pale blue bling.



Serenity Blossom and is also available as a separate download digi. I coloured her with Faber-Castell Polychromo pencils. She is a joy to colour. Yesterday, I posted another fairy from the Serenity Fairy Collection called Serenity Fairy Kisses. You can see her in this blog post.



Challenges:
Crafting With Friends #1: AG
Simply Papercraft #8: AG
Sister Act Challenge #113: AG Cards Only
Crafty Hazelnuts Patterned Paper: July AG
Creative Moments #71: Embossing
C.R.A.F.T. #318: Embossing


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Now it's over to you, my friends. Create any project - card, tag, lay-out, box, bag, etc. You have until Noon (UK Time) on Friday, 17 July 2015, to link up your entries over at the Polka Doodles Challenge Blog. You don't have to use Polka Doodles products to enter, but if you have it, by all means, flaunt it! One randomly selected winner will receive downloads worth $10 from the Polka Doodles Online Store. In order to qualify you must follow our Rules. Remember, you are only allowed TWO entries per challenge.


That's all from me today. Thank you so much for stopping by and for your lovely comments.  See you in a bit with an EXTRA SPECIAL festive post!  Have a fabulous Friday, friends.

Beijinhos

14 comments:

  1. I am loving these grown up fairies Asha and your "grown up" colouring is amazing!! xx

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  2. Beautiful card Asha, funny how we both had the same idea about inking the embossing - great minds think alike :-)

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  3. What a pretty imag and lovely card Asha, your colours are wonderful, love it, hugs Kate x

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  4. This is so cute! I love how you coloured her and her hair is done so well! Love the embossed background-so very pretty Asha!

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  5. A lovely card with a sweet image. Thanks for sharing at Crafty hazelnuts patterned paper. Rebecca x

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  6. Such a bright and happy card Asha. Adorable!

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  7. Asha, you have totally hit the spot with this design, I love the digistamp and has been beautifully coloured in too.. You are so super duper talented and a wonderful crafty friend. Keep up the fabulous work my girl!!
    Big hugs Missy Pink - The Crafty Pink Girl xx

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  8. Love this image! She is absolutely adorable. Your coloring rocks! Thanks for joining in our first challenge at Crafting With Friends

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  9. Such a bright and beautuiful card. Thank you for sharing with us at craft challenge. Marlene DT

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  10. This is gorgeous, Asha, I love how the simple layout really emphasises the beautiful image! Thanks for joining in at CRAFT Challenge!

    love Mags B x

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  11. Love this !!!!! Fantastic work, thanks for sharing with us at
    http://simplypapercraftsforalloccassions.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. I love this it's such a bright and pretty design.
    Jenny x

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