Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Oldie But A Goodie #17 – Fit For A Queen / Princess

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Good morning everyone, and welcome to a new Oldie But A Goodie Challenge. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to join in the fun last fortnight, but I’ve now gotten myself back into gear ready for this challenge.
Thanks as always to everyone who entered last fortnight’s Wedding or Anniversary challenge – there were some really gorgeous creations!
Anyhow, on to this fortnight’s challenge, and Lisa has chosen the theme for you … mindful of the fact that we have both the Royal Wedding and the Queen’s birthday coming up in the next two weeks, it is
Fit For A Queen or Princess
And we have a fab prize from our sponsor Die Cut Dreams – don’t forget to check out the challenge blog for full details.
Also a quick reminder – to be eligible for the prize you should submit a new piece of work and use a stamped image (not a digi) that is at least 6 months old ... so have a little riffle through your stamp box to find an old but loved stamp ... and of course have fun!! :-)
The other ladies on the DT have really rocked this challenge and there really are loads of interpretations, including a street party theme and “little princess” birthday cards … but I have to confess that initially i hadn’t a clue what to do!!  I didn’t have anything suitable in my stash and don’t have any small children in my life, so was rather struggling. My dear friend Helen did actually send me a couple of suitable images to play with, but meantime I was naughty and ordered a set of stamps which had a particular image that I really loved. (OK, so the stamp is new to me … but it was released several years ago so I’m defining that as being ok on this one occasion ;-)  )
So here’s the result … I kinda went off the wall with this one and produced a goth fairy princess !! :-)
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Recipe:
Main image: Debbi Moore Designs “Kerry Jo set 1”, coloured with Promarkers and liberally dusted with glamour dust (much more so than the picture shows!!)
Sentiment: same set as above;
Papers: Doodlebug;
Supplies: roses and gardenias by Lovely Lilac (from Crafts4U2Do), rosebuds, lace and gems from Hobbycraft;
Tools: small, large and lacy circles nestabilities.
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Challenges:
Allsorts #99Sketch (flipped)
PaperPlay #15Photo Inspiration
Colour Create #68Pink + Black + White
Paper Sundaes #65Texture Paper Romance #46Flower Power
That’s all for today – hope you can join in with this fortnight’s Oldie But A Goodie Challenge.

15 comments:

  1. It looks unusual and nice)))

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  2. Hi Pauline, Wow this is a stunning card! Love the colour combo and beautiful flowers.

    Lisa x

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  3. I think it's gorgeous Pauline, I adore the image ~ used to be a bit of a goth myself!
    Have had a look for this stamp as I "need" it. The colours yuo've chosen are perfect.
    HUGZ Fleur xXx

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  4. I love this princes Pauline.. and the colour combo is just fab! A great card for my challenge this week
    Lisa x

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  5. This is fabulous Pauline, I love your image and design.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  6. Pauline, love what you created.

    Thanks so much for joining us on Paperplay this week. ♥

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  7. What a gorgeous card Pauline.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  8. Wow, what a great image Pauline! Love the pink and black colour scheme and as usual the flowers are gorgeous! xx

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  9. Gorgeous card Pauline - your funky Princess is fab!
    Helen x

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  10. Love your card Pauline, what a great goth fairy too.
    luv
    Debby

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  11. You have a great eye for colour and your layout is perfect not to mention your humour love your blog !

    Marie

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  12. Hi Pauline, THis is a very very beautiful card!! Love that image you have used with the perfect papers and the details are feb!!
    thanks for joining us at Colour Create...
    hugs, Janiel

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  13. Hi Pauline!

    Great card love that sassy image and the papers are sucha contrast to those beautiful roses...

    Thanks for doing such a great job with the sketch this week and for playing at Allsorts

    Emma xxx

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  14. WOWZERS Pauline this is simply stunning! Love the image and the floral arrangement is divine!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Allsorts this week.
    Good luck
    {{Debs}}

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  15. so cool! Love the colors, image and flowers too!
    Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week!

    Hugs
    Alica ;)

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Thanks for looking, and for taking the time to leave a comment - I really appreciate it.
Pauline x