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Monday, 15 September 2014

Sketch N Stash New Challenge

Eek - it's my last week at work!  Just where have the last three months gone?  Still not much further with our move either, but am looking forward to some time out - already got a week full of  stuff starting with Ally Pally on Sunday - anyone else going?
Back to today's card and it's for our new challenge over at Sketch N Stash using the sketch below.
We also have two fabulous sponsors for this challenge, as below.
Sponsor - Crafty Indivduals


sponsor - My Creative Classroom
Prize online workshop

For my card, I've used a gorgeous digi image from All Dressed Up called All Dressed Up for Christmas and I've coloured her with my Promarkers, and added Frantage for a bit of glimmer and sparkle.
The sentiment is one of the new Christmas ones from Lili of the Valley and layered up on a Stampin Up bauble punch - I think that is my old item used from Stash. 
The teeny crackers are a Joanna Sheen die and then I've added lots of Frantage - Vintage Lilac and Aged Silver.
Hope you will find some time to come and play with us over the next fortnight and you can see the rest of the gorgeous DT makes here over at Sketch N Stash,
Have a great week.


Irene Watson said...

gorgeous x

heidy said...

Gorgeous card Julie!!
XXX Heidy

Lorraine said...

A gorgeous card Julie. Love the image and all the pretty die cuts.
Lorraine x

Jacee said...

What a beautiful card Julie, love the image and so beautifully coloured, a fabulous card, love it!
Hugs Jacee
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Debs said...

What a stunner Julie - the image is gorgeous and your colouring is awesome.
Debs xx

Merkku said...

Awww, what a gorgeous card!
It's soooo beautiful.
Have a wonderful week!
Hugs Merkku

debby4000 said...

Oh what a wonderful card, love the colour and adorable image.

coops said...

so stunning julie.gorgeous pretty image and i love your beautiful colours and design :D

xx coops xx

Grenouille Greetings said...

Love your colour choices and your colouring of course. The frantage makes a real difference too. A delightfully pretty card, Julie! Love Lesley