Sunday, November 29, 2009
HIGH HOPES CHALLENGE
Well....are you ready for another High Hopes Challenge? The weekend is just flying by, it's hard to believe it's Sunday already!!
This weeks challenge is brought to us by our lovely Diva Jeanette and she has designed a fabulous sketch for us. I just love it when half the work is done for me...lol!! Thanks, Jeanette, I will definitely be using this sketch again!
The beautiful image I have used on my card this week is "Lion and Lamb".
I embossed the image with black and painted it with Tombows. I used liquid applique on the lamb and heated it to puff it up. I used my neaties for the frame and Retro flower punch and MS hydrangea punch for the flowers. The DP are from Graphic 45. I added some copper stickles to the lion's mane and some frosted lace stickles to the lamb.
Be sure to stop by the High Hopes blog, the Diva's have some gorgeous creations to inspire you.
I hope you will have time to play along with us this week and be sure to use a High Hopes image on your card for your chance to win.
Thanks so much for stopping by.....
Have a wonderful day!!
*High Hopes stamps are
available at The Rubber Room
an on-line store.
Posted by 6 wacky women at 12:14 a.m.
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Karen your card is wonderful, great colors and a cute image!
How cute is this image! I love the colours and of course your gorgeous colouring, great texture on the little lamb, Big Hugs, Nikki x
Beautiful card Karen! What an adorable image!
What a beautiful card Karen,i love the image and colours.
Fabulous card Karen! Such a sweet image!
Oh this is just fabulous dear.
Sorry for the flying visit playing catch up again
Hugs Jacqui x
Fab Karen this image is just so gorgeous the lion is sooo cute and love the way you have coloured his mane!
Hugs Di xxxx
This is adorable! Love octagon and great colors!
Breathtaking!!! You'd think by now I wouldn't be amazed everytime I see something you have created. Well, I'm still amazed..awesome card and I love the lion and the lamb.
That is a sweet image and love the way you used your mono tones. Very nice. Pat
Precious, Karen! and lovely too!
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