Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Isabella's Challenge

I made this card  for  this week's Isabella Sketchbook challenge - to create a project with an Isabella image and add Buttons n Bows.
Used sketch from Beary Sweet Challenge.
Other Challenge:
Shabby Tea Room: Reflections-theme

Image used is "Waiting"
Sentiment: GKD "Botanicals"
Colored with Copics B000, B01, E00,000,31,33,50,55,59, G21, R20, RV21, V000.
Papers: Basic Grey Cappella
             Ivory CS
Ribbons and Buttons from Stash
Sizzix: Branch Die
Punches: Martha Stewart Lattice
             Fiskars Scallop

10 comments:

Cec said...

How sweet is this. I love the soft pink and green together and then that wonderful pop of blue on her dress. Thanks for joining us at Isabella's Sketchbook.
Hugs!
Cec

JD said...

So sweet!

Debbie said...

So adorable! I {heart} that you used the same digi image as I did this week and achieved a completely different look - well done! Thanks for sharing this card with us in the Tea Room :)

Patti said...

This is so,so sweet! I love every little detail, the buttons,bow and the image is beautifully done!

Betty Benton said...

Wonderful card -- love how you colored that sweet image!

Viv said...

Theresa this is lovely! The leaves and buttons look great ! Beautiful soft colours too. Thanks for playing again at Isabellas! Viv x

Audrey Pettit said...

What a very lovely card and so perfect for our reflections challenge this week in the Tea Room. I loved the punched detailing and your buttons and bows are wonderful. Fabulous coloring job on that sweet image, too. Thanks for playing along with us.

Elise said...

Awww, this image matches your sentiment perfectly. What a lovely card!!! Thank you for joining us at our Beary Sweet Challenge!

Hugs,
Elise

Jamie said...

The colors on this are just beautiful, I love it! Thanks for joining us in the Beary Sweet Challenge!

Jamie from The Beary Scrap DT

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

how exquisite your card is! I love the image with the little girl looking out at the window and the buttons grouped together like that are fabulous!