Friday, 1 July 2011

My Digital Pencil too challenge. Based on storys or books.

Good Morning,

I spent all of last night creating my challenge card. My inspiration is from the fairytale, Hansel and Gretal.
It took me a while to think of a book, because although i read a lot, i had to find a digi that went.
I used the brother and sister digi and created a background using aqua markers.
The main image is coloured with promarkers. I chose the colours, pastel green, rose pink, pear, cocoa, blush and almond.  These colours matched the paper used for my second layer, which are from a my minds eye collection. The brown backing paper actually has a wood effect, although it doesnt realy show up that well.

                                        The sentiment reads: 'Hoping today is perfectly lovely'
                                         Coloured with promarkers. From Cuddly Buddly.

The pastel green and brown flower are from my colection of pretty petals, and the small pink ribbon flowers are papermania. I added a pearl to the large flower.


  1. This is so pretty! I love the DP and the colors. Glad you joined us in Mo's Challenge.

  2. Beautiful clean design, great choice of image, thanks for joining us at Mo's

  3. Oh Natalie...what an absolutely precious, precious card!! I love your colors...and such gorgeous DPs and designwork! So glad you've joined us for this week's fun challenge!!
    Pat Frank

  4. "today was really lovely" til Hansel and Gretel decided to go nibbling on houses. lol
    Wonderful card! I’m so glad you got a chance to play with us this week at Mo’s!


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