Sunday, January 17, 2010

Daisy- So Sweet SN Challenge #27



Sugar Nellie's Daisy Image is one of my all time favourite images and the first Sugar Nellie Stamp I ever purchased.  I've always wanted to enter a Sugar Bowl Challenge & I finally did it!  Challenge #27 was a sketch challenge and we had to please include distressing.  For my card I used Bazill Cardstock and design paper from Kaisercrafts "Blushed" line which I love and keep buying more everytime I go to the scrapbook store.  I distressed the edges using the edge scraper from my Making Memories Distressing kit and inked the edges with dark grey ink.  I also inked the pink ribbon and around the "Daisy" image however it doesn't show well in the photo.  I had one last Top Notes die cuts left from a swap over at Splitcoast Stampers and it worked perfectly for this card.  The Flowers I used are paper flowers from Mulberry Street and the pink pearls are from Hero Arts.  I coloured Daisy with copics (RV25, RV32, RV34, E00, E02, E35, E37, E39, W2, W4, W6, W8, G82 & G85).  I used pink stickles for the centre of the flowers in Daisy's hair.    Thanks for looking :)

5 comments:

HappyCrafter said...

Sweet card, you did a lovely job with this sketch and the colour challenge! We'll have to get you more of those top notes, you put this one to good use :-)

Rose Petal said...

WOW, this is so sweet. Such a pretty card and I love your colour combination.
Happy Crafting.
Love Sandra xx

Andrea said...

Your card is beautiful! The colour combo is gorgeous, and Daisy is beautifully coloured (she is one of my favourites and was one of the first stamps I bought from Sugar Nellie too - I just haven't used her enough though - must put that right (LOL)
Love, Andrea xx

Lilian said...

Beautiful coloring with the Copics. Daisy is just a darling and you did an awesome job. Thanks for joining the SB challenge and hope to see you in the next one too! Have a wonderful day!

Danderella said...

Cyrstal, how did I miss this card? It's gorgeous! Very nice colouring, and I love the grey!