Thursday, 12 November 2015

In The Pink Challenge #82 Fancy Fold or Fancy Shaped Card

Good Morning and welcome to my card for this fortnight's challenge from the In The Pink Challenge blog. This fortnight we are challenging you to use either a fancy fold or use a fancy shape to make your card.

I chose to use a fancy fold and went with a twisted easel card. I love doing these as they are so simple yet so pretty to do! I used a gorgeous image from Wee Stamps as well that Sylvia Zet was giving away on her Facebook page last month I think it was. Lots of bright pinks on this one too!


Recipe:

Stamps: Wee Stamps Facebook Freebie from Sylvia Zet, Scrolling Script from Papertrey Ink

Papers: Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz & Regal Rose (Retired) all from Stampin' Up, Copic X-Press It Blending Card, Butterfly Kisses Patterned Papers from Lili of the Valley

Inks: Pear Pizzazz & Regal Rose (Retired) both from Stampin' Up, Copic Markers

Accessories: Regal Rose Ribbon (Retired) from Stampin' Up, Filigree Border Die from Papertrey Ink, Leavenworth Butterfly Trio Dies from Memory Box, Sequins from The Range, Straws from eBay, Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts

Copics Used:
Skin - E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20, R30
Hair - Y21, Y23, Y26, E31, E33
Dress - RV21, RV23, RV25
Flowers - RV63, RV66, RV69, RV52, RV55, RV99
Shoes - E31, E33, E35
Leaves - YG13, YG17
Ground - E40, E41, E42

And that's all from me for this post folks! Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to pop on over to the In The Pink Challenge blog and check out all the gorgeous cards from the rest of the DT and why not join in the fun whilst you are there too?!

We are also sponsored by The Hobby House this fortnight who have generously donated a prize of £10 to spend in their store! 


4 comments:

  1. Totally gorgeous Vannessa - adorable image and I love the straws!!!
    Debs xx

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  2. Vannessa, this is a beautiful card. You have put together a lovely colour combination and added really pretty and unusual details - I love this.
    Sue...xxx

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