This gorgeous little pirate/chaser is "Captain Hugh" a digi by Mo Manning, their challenge this week is Anything Goes With A Mo Image, I'm in! I've coloured with Prismacolor pencils, with a little bit of gloss on the telescope lens. I'm really happy with my colouring on this, improving with my pencils is my mission!
I've used this great sketch from Divas by Design. but missed the deadline, still a great sketch deserves recognition.... and as the Divas have an Anything Goes theme I'll be entering their challenge anyway, lol. Allsorts Challenges theme is Free and Easy too, so I'm in there as well.
The papers I've used are from Kaisercrafts Up Up and Away pad, mounted on chocolate card from American Crafts. The triangles on the corner are actually from an envelope I salvaged from somewhere, embossed with Cuttlebugs Tiny Bubbles folder. The "Ahoy" is made up of letter stickers that I've had hanging around for ages. The Pebbles on the corner of the image panel are from the Golden Flowers collection (from Scrappers Must Haves), the twine is from my stash and the great charm is a gift from my blog friend and fellow HCTB DT member Woo. I think my card has a "vintage" feel, so I'm entering Charisma Cardz challenge. It's definitely One For The Boys, so I'm entering the Digi Stamps 4 Joy challenge too.
The inside of the card is finished in my usual fashion, with papers and elements from the front, loosly following the sketch. In addition I have used the Treasure Chest digi from Make It Crafty, coloured with Prismacolor pencils with some added sparkle and pearls.
Pollycraft has Favourite Things as its challenge theme.... not only is the jewellery pretty high on the fave list, I've used a cute digi, nice papers and some simple embellies, all favourite ingredients for me.
|Prize for HCTB Favourite Song Challenge|
I'll be back in a few days with the card I made for our friend's birthday, which I have ready to post when there's a bit of a lull on my blog, lol (actually I had it ready to go up on Friday and forgot to schedule it, duh!)
Until next time, Happy Crafting, Donna