Good Morning Crafters, I do hope that you are fit and well, and I also hope the weather is good with you, ours keeps changing and we dont know if its Autumn or Spring here in the UK, but oh well what can you expect nothing is what you expect it is it? Anyway this weeks Challenge over on The Paper Shelter Challenge Blogspot is "Charming" which mean you must use a charm on your cards, its not so popular these days as it was a couple of years ago and I suspect you do still have some of them somewhere in your stash I know I do.
Anyway before I show you my card I want to tell you that as usual our very generous sponsors are Veronica and Pedro of The Paper Shelter and they are offering a fabulous prize of $30.
But as always this is providing you have used one of their products on your card, but even if you havent they will still give you 3 digi images of your own choice. The do regularly update their library of gorgeous images, papers and printables and will often have special offers running, so its worth paying them a visit here to see for yourself, and maybe even treat yourself to them.
And now I want to show you what I have been up to, here is my card.
And for my image I have used this gorgeous "See my on Fairy Facebook" and you will find her here, I have printed her onto white card then used my copic pens to colour her. Afterwards Ive used a Nestabilitie die to cut her out and a Deckle edge one for the mount. The sentiment was one I googled on the computer and printed it onto white card then cut it out and mounted this on another piece of pink card.
The main card is a 6"x 6" white card and the first mount is a piece of pink card, the papers I have sued are "Sweet Gardener" and you will find them here, they are also from The Paper Shelter. The first paper is a green background with flowers on and the second is a pink flower one that I have used a Cheery Lynn Doily die on, the third a blue background with a pink and pale blue pattern and this was cut in strips and then pleated across the card and I have used a pink ribbon on the top of it.
The mounted image was then placed in the center and the sentiment was put at the bottom on the right. I then used a piece of the same pink ribbon and created a bow and hung a laptop computer charm from a piece of chain underneath. The finish is the flower that I have used some of the left over paper and punched it out with my retro flower punches then created a flower for the top left hand corner and this has been stuck to the card with silicone glue on top of some punch out leaves.
Now that youve seen my card I do hope that you will go and visit The Paper Shelter Challenge Blogspot and see what the rest of the very talented Design Team have created for your inspiration and hopefully you to will want to take part in this "Charming" Challenge.
This Card is to be entered in the following Challenges:-