Sitting Ballerina card

I just could not resist this new image in the DIGISTAMPS4JOY store called "Sitting Ballerina"!
  I went for a pastel blue/white look to the whole card, and then added a tinge of lilac. Fortunately I had a pad of Kaisercraft papers in my stash, and the pieces with the swirls were PERFECT for this card! The arched tags were cut with my Cuttlebug and 2 Ellison framelits die (one of my favourite dies!). The small white flowers and the lattice edges were both punched out of white paper then spritzed with a fluorescent green/blue (which is not showing up on the photo unfortunately). I coloured the Ballerina image in with Copics and Spectrum Noire pens, and added clear glitter glue to the shoes, hair ribbons, and dress frills, and a green glitter to her eyelids. The large white flower was cut with a die, and before I removed the paper out of the die I sponged through the holes with light blue chalk to create the veins.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Phindy's Place (1 image, 2 design papers and three embellishments)
Di's Digi Designs (bring on the bling)
Outlawz (sports theme)
Card Makin' Mamas (use a punch)
ATC's and Cards with Attitude (anything goes)


Comments

  1. Margaret, she's lovely and the colours you chose is so pretty. It just give that delicate look to it!

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  2. What a cute card with lots of detail :)
    Thank you for joining us over on ATCs With Attitude.
    Hugs Alison x x

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  3. What a lovely creation you have made! Cute, cute image and you colored her so well. Lots of detail in your layout, too. Looks great. Thank you for entering ATCs Card with Attitude Challenge. Please enter your card in our Fat Pages Challenge too. We now have Top 3 winners! We will start a new challenge on June 1st and go back to our every 2 weeks at that time. So nice to see your fab artwork!
    Manderly
    xxxooo

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  4. Very pretty. Love the colour scheme you have used. Thanks for joining us at Phindy's Place.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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