Sunday, January 2, 2011

Sugar Bowl Embossing & Catered Crop Challenge

Today I made a card using this adorable Manga image for the Sugar Bowl Embossing challenge. I am also entering this in the Catered Crop challenge. I used Nestabilities, Copics, Memento Ink and Cuttlebug Embossing folder for the recipe.
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I used Bloom & Grow for my image and some wonderful colored paper in blues, oranges and pinks. I used my Bloom cuttlebug folder for the embossing and added some ribbons and a few rhinestones to the front.
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I colored the image using Copics and coordinated her with the paper.
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For the inside of the card I embossed the a mat and added the below Just Rite sentiment along with a couple more rhinestones.
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Thanks for stopping by and visiting!

10 comments:

Linda McClain said...

Woo Hoo! I'm so glad you joined us at Catered Crop. Goodness gracious this is adorable. Your coloring is amazing - love all those rich colors and that fun ribbon.

Leslie Avila said...

Stephanie,
Such a cute little card. You've colored her perfectly and I just love the sentiment. Great job.
Blessings to you~
Leslie

E.T said...

such an adorable card!

Sandy said...

Really cute cards - you are starting off 2011 on a roll girl!
Sandy Dehon

Shana said...

OMG that image is adorable! I love your bright colours! TFS!

La Vikinga said...

Hello Stephanie I just came over from Felines Friends and decided to make a comment on a beautiful creation such as this lovely card!!
I like the way you also do the insides of the cards - a little problem I have...

La Vikinga ( Charlotta)

Shelley said...

I am just overwhelmed by the detail you include on the inside of your cards. These are truly amazing! I look forward to see many more of your projects.

Your Feline Playful friend, Shelley

Karen Howard said...

This is really cute and I love the papers and layout you used! Hugs, Karen

Kiki said...

This is soooo gorgeous! Love the colors, you've used. The image is so adorable and colored perfectly. Great job!

Thanks so much for playing in The Sugar Bowl.

Hugs, Kiki

Marie said...

So many wonderful creations you got here. It will be a pleasure to follow you.
Love n hugs,
Marie

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