Lincoln Sparrows

Lincoln Sparrows
Spruce Bog - Algonquin Provincial Park

Friday, August 12, 2011

Paper Piercing challenge

Have you heard the latest?  Well in case you haven't been over to Bloggabella lately, Emily is at it again.  Another awesome release coming your way. There will be the new 'Uptown girls" (you can view some awesome samples on the blog), green bean babies, and couple of new images from our very own Paulabella (how cool is that) and who knows what else Em has up her sleeve.  So stay tuned to the blog for more info on the release. 

Now, for today's challenge - our challenge was to do paper piercing. I'm using
curly suprisabella for my image. 



She was coloured using prismacolour pencils and blended out using gamsol (oms).  I don't know how well you can see but my paper piercing was done on the pink scallop oval - I pierced into each scallop and also pierced along both brown strips. Designer paper is by MME - called Life of the party - how appropriate is that?.
Finished off with some glitter and I used a heidi swap clear  flower and placed a glitter brown button in the cente.


For more inspiration this week,  stop over at bloggabella. Be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win some bella bucks.

Next weeks challenge is for us to use a Huggabug image!

I'll be back on Sunday with my sneak peak image from the Uptown girl series.

Have a great weekend everyone, thanks for peeking in!

Pauline

5 comments:

  1. Such a sweet card Pauline. I love how you used the ghost flower. I have a few (!) packages and never really knew what to do or how to use them - thanks for the idea. Have a great weekend!

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  2. This is such a beautiful card my friend. I agree with Leslie the Ghost flower is perfect addition top your beautiful layout. Have a great weekend !!!

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  3. This is so lovely - your shading around the image is perfect; how I wish I could get mine to look like that!! LOVE the ghost flower and like Leslie I have a few of them so your card is an inspiration to start using them!

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  4. Oh wow - this is downright adoreable Pauline! Love that clear flower and center.

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  5. Very cute, Pauline! LOVE the layout and the clear flower!

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