Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Oldie But A Goodie #21 - Where In The World?


Hi there, and welcome to another Oldie But A Goodie challenge. Thanks so much to everyone who entered our Lots of Layers challenge - there were some fabulous entries. Don't forget to check the main challenge blog to see if you have won the prize.

Before we get on to this fortnight's challenge we have a bit of news ... we have a new DT member joining us, so hope you will give a big welcome to Sara  :-)

This time it is Laurie's turn to pick the challenge theme, and she has chosen

Where in The World?

We would like to see something associated with a particular country ... maybe the colours of a flag, holidays, national flowers etc ... you can interpret this however you like, but in order to be eligible for our prize you should submit a new piece of work that uses a stamped image (no digis please) which is at least six months old ... that's why we're called An Oldie But A Goodie :-)

Laurie has also donated the prize for this challenge ... it is this yummy Oriental selection.


Hope you will have a look around the other DT ladies' fab cards and see if you can guess where in the world they are trying to represent .... I have stayed right here in England with English roses.


Recipe:
Main image; Elusive Images "Script Rose", heat embossed with detail gold, coloured with Promarkers and highlighted with Twinkling H2O's; matting distressed with "Victorian Velvet" distress ink;
Sentiment: Elusive Images;
Papers: Andrea James "Pampered Pets";
Supplies: pink and ivory roses and lace from Crafts4U2Do; green roses from Wild Orchid Crafts; pearls from my stash;
Tools: deckle edge blade used on image matting and papers; Leone Em "Ash Family" leaf punch.


And here's a closeup of my delicious new flowers which are mostly from Crafts4u2Do.


Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Distressed / torn edges
Kaboodle #71 - Floral Showcase
Totally Gorjuss #84 - Flower Power
Stamp With Fun #115 - Pearls and Flowers
Shabby Tea Room #66 - Pink Lemondade
(Pink + green + neutral + flowers, with the following gorgeous inspiration picture)


Scrapbook Sisters #39 - English Country Garden
CES #40 - Saturday Night At The Movies
(The Name of the Rose)
Crafty Pad #125 - Just Because You Can

Thanks for stopping by :-)

13 comments:

  1. pretty rose - very English Garden
    Lisa

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  2. What a beautiful card Pauline, I love the image and the soft colours you have used are just perfect. Hugs, Claire x

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  3. Beautiful card Pauline so perfectly English Rose.
    Debs xx

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  4. What a beautiful card Pauline.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  5. WOW Pauline this is gorgeous! really really pretty, your colour palette is DEVINE! I love your take on my theme
    Hugs Laurie x

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  6. Hi Pauline,
    Great take on the theme, love your Rose and your design is gorgeous.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  7. Looks JUST like the photo! Excellent job! Thanks for sharing with us at The Shabby Tea Room this week ;-)

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  8. Hi Pauline

    What a gorgeous card love the image and the lace and oh the flowers are oh so pretty!

    Thanks so much for joining us over at Kaboodle Doodles and good luck.

    Tina

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  9. So beautiful Pauline! Love the soft colours and that gorgeous rose. xx

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  10. Your card hits all the right buttons for me - it is beautiful! May I ask what you used for your leafy branches? Best of luck on these challenges!

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  11. A very elegant card, and a sentiment we all need to heed, life is so hectic for us all these days! Thanks so much for joining the 'Just Because' challenge at THE CRAFTY PAD this week, and the best of luck in the draw! Hugs, Ali x

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  12. What a beautifully elegant card! Thanks for playing at CES xx

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  13. Oh I am in love! (May just have to case you on this one) My mum would so love this even more than me and I want this! Wonderful wonderful job just delicious! Thank you for playing with us this week at The Crafty Pad.

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