Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Whiff of Joy Challenge DT - Layers

This fortnight at Whiff of Joy challenge our challenge is "layers". A challenge indeed for me too as I'm not normally one for lots of layers - love to see all the gorgeous papers too much LOL so I'm quite proud of myself for breaking out of my comfort zone! The papers are a mix of scraps from my drawer, there's definitely some K&Co in there and I think the spotty one is by MME but the rest I'm not sure, sorry. I've distressed all the edges and added stickles to them.

I couldn't resist using Betty & Henry again, I just love these two, they're so adorable! I've coloured them with copics and added some stickles to the gift and the ground. The gorgeous pearls around the edge of the image are from The Hobby House.

The sentiment is from Magnolia, stamped with Weathered Wood distress ink and the ribbon is from my stash.

I added a some Prima poinsettias and ivy leaves from one of their Christmas bubbles and the button is from The Hobby House.

Hope you like it and you can find time to join us this fortnight at Whiff of Joy challenge. The rest of the team have made some stunning inspiration too so pop over and have a look! Thanks for looking! x


Astrid said...

Ohhhh Jane, so lovely so beautiful, loved the colours and all the things.
Hugs Astrid

Kylie said...

Oh! I love all of the layers. You did well jumping out of your comfort zone I'm like you - can't bear to cover up the prettiness). Such a cute image.

chrissy xx said...

LOve it. Just Gorgeous.

Michele said...

Such a gorgeous card Jane. Love the colouring of the adorable image and the amazing details also. Hugs Michele x

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

Such a beautiful card Jane. Love your coloring and those pearls!!!


Scrapmumur said...

OH...Jane, your card is absolutely fantastic!!!
I love the colours and Betty, henry are adorable.
Big hugs, Murielle

Anonymous said...

This is fantastic!!! Absolutely love it!!! :)

Paula said...

The layering of the image panel with those pearls added is just amazing. Such gorgeous colours too & I sat looking for ages at all the detail.
Paula (PEP)