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Thursday, 16 June 2011

Challenges time!

hi peeps, well can you believe it's Thursday again, doesn't time fly! so of course it's Colour Create and Paperplay's challenge day,

Colour Create is  our lovely Mina's choice today and she has chosen
blue, grey and white, optional extra Vellum
we are being sponsored by 
Michelle's scrapbooking,

Now I've made my card using some gorgeous small Hanglar images, they are so cute!!!! love them, lol
have you got that I love cute yet!!
I've used a card blank from craftwork cards, which i have distressed with Distress inks, I have also distressed my main image layer too,the flower is a Molly Blooms flower which I have stamped in grey onto vellum then highlighted with a spica pen, the flower head I stamped again, cut round freehand to get a flower shape then layered this onto two die cut large flower shape die by Sizzix, I highlighted these with the pen too, in RL this shimmers beautifully, all has been joined together with a brad,
The images have been coloured with Copics,

Challenges
Scrap creations ~ anything goes

Our challenge today is chosen by my lovely friend Mandy is 
at the beach,
well I've done a easel style cut out creation  again, must stop doing these they take ages lol,
As you can see all images are by Magnolia and are coloured with copics again,
This is the left hand side of the card which includes my new  fishing Tilda, for the line I have used real fishing line which I nabbed off my hubby lol, I then stuck her bait hook  onto it, see main picture, the oyster shell I made by folding some card, stamping the shell,cutting them out, colouring in the middle and adding a pearl then I edged the shell with glitter and the shell effect on the top too,
This side has one  of the latest collections too which is Tilda with Kite, I backed the string with a piece of  thick line which gave it strength to stand up, all the front images are on tabs to keep them upright apart from the shells of course lol,
the pier is made from  corrugated card, stripped from a cardboard box, painted with acrylic paint and I've then  added tilda to sit on top,
the mock fishing net is made by using cheesecloth roughly cropped and stuck to the card with a hot glue gun, the starfish have been stuck the same way too, the sea is a clip art image which I cut round freehand and highlighted with a white pen and some glitter, oh look you can see fishing Tilda's bait hook lol,
The flag poles are made from fishing pole tips which again I robbed off Jim, to be fair he did say I could lol, anyway I cut them to the right size, they were black so I coloured them with acrylic paint, then I wrapped fluffy string down the pole,  the tops are a brad which I glued on with a hot glue gun, then I attached them on to the card with a hot glue gun too,
my papers are machine sewn,

challenges
Magnolia Down Under ~ Altered art ~ my flag poles from fishing pole tops, pier from cardboard
A spoonfull of sugar ~ splish, splash
My time to craft ~ extra images
Anything goes ~ here comes summer
Creative Belli ~ branch ( 2nd Card) sorry not sure if this is allowed,
For Fun ~ Summer
well I'm looking forward to seeing your creations for both these challenges,
have fun!
remember I have candy!
love and hugs Liz xx

25 comments:

Sharon said...

WOW two stunning cards Liz! I love the shade of blue that you've chosen and your vellum flower is gorgeous. Your beach card looks amazing too.

Sharon x

craftykitten said...

O - M - G!!!!!!!
Liz where do you get your inspiration from hunni, this is totally adorable. I love all the little details and so many Tilda's (and a guest appearance by Edwin too)! Absolutely gorgeous!!
Hugs
Dawn xx

Crea Astrid said...

What a lovely wee card you made. Find the first map of the flower very nicely done. The second card is super fun and you made the shells with pearls inside.

Greetings Astrid.

Sylvia said...

What a butiful creation Liz.Lovley Hanglar, nice colours and your flower is fabulous.
The other card is just stunning with a lot of details!
Have a nice day.
Sylvia.

Babette said...

Wow there both beautiful, love the flower and hanglars one the first one. And the second one has is also great, with all the details.
Hugs,
Babette

yvon said...

OMG Liz, these are both stunners. The first one is so delecate and gorgeous and the second one... wow, where do you get your inspiration. I would never think of something so great as this one.
Hugs, Yvon

Cheryl said...

oh wow hun this is amazing gosh must have taken,ages to put all those tildas on brilliant love that Haglar image too and that gorgeous flower hugs cherylx

D K Crafts said...

Hi Liz. Two very gorgeous cards. Love the colours and cute images on the first and the second card, well you have created another amazing scene. The detail is fantastic, fab images and I love the shells and netting. Donna

Christine said...

TOTALLY STUNNING CREATIONS Liz.. yes I know I'm shouting cos there B.... gorgeous..so much detail..LOVE EM ..

smiles blogging mummy xxx

coops said...

2 truly fantastic cards liz.the sweet hanglar is gorgeous and beautiful colour combo and i just love your fun beach scene.all the images are fab and your details are amazing :D

xx coops xx

Susy said...

Amazing!!!

HUGS SUSY

Di said...

What fantastic projects!! love your C.C card and those Tildas are really clever!
Hugs Di xxx

Marlies said...

Both your cards are gorgeous Liz! The above has a beautiful flower and is realy elegant and the beach card is fantastic, all the great detils! Both are marvelous!!
hugs, Marlies

Eulanda said...

OH MA GAWD! CLUNK...that was my jaw hitting the floor!! This is absolutely amazing!! Adorable! I luv luv luv it!! Love the altered rod tips. hee hee Great snag! LOL! And those clams are very clever. Thanks for joining us at MDUC this week!! Hope to see you again! Hugs!

Davi said...

Totally fun beach scene you created Liz! Love the starfish!! The hAnglar card is beautiful I love the flower!

Sharon Caudle said...

WOW!!!! I don't even know where to begin! Your hanglar card is beautiful and that flower is so pretty! And when I laid eyes on your Magnolia card, my jaw hit the floor! Such attention to the tiniest detail! You're amazing! I love it!
hugs, Sharon

Lorraine said...

oh wow, these cards are stunning Liz. The beach one is really gorgeous and an awful lot of work must of went into it.

Teresa said...

Stunning cards Liz, both this tilda/edwin and the hanglar card you are so clever!
Your blog looks stunning too I thought I'd hit the wrong button for a second, wow! xx

Anne Kristine said...

Wow!!! Your work is amazing!
So many lovely details ♥
Thank you for joining us at MDUC this week.
Hugs Anne Kristine

Pat said...

Beautiful cards, so much work, love all the images. Thanks for sharing with us at MTTC this week.

Pat xx

Susie Sugar said...

0MG !! That magnolia creation is a masterpiece Liz !! so much wwork has been put into it ....so much talent !! and your colouring is amazing
I love the hanglar card too great card.
Have a lovely Sunday Liz
Hugs Susie Sugar xx

Julie said...

Wow Liz!! These are two stunners - love the vellum flower on your CC card!! Your little beach scene is just awesome, spectacularly so!!! Hugs, Juliexx

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

What fabulous work - thanks for joining us at MTTC this week.

Wendy -x-

Mary C said...

Beautiful, Beautiful creation Liz! I love it in this soft blue. Thanks for playing with us this week at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations and Good Luck!

Posh Cat Crafts said...

Wow absolutely Gorgeous I love all the details! Simply stunning.. Thank you for joining us at Anything goes
Hugs
Tamara