Well Jeni went all out and set this weeks Sassy Cheryl's challenge "Colour on Kraft" firstly I didnt have any kraft paper/card and secondly I have never coloured directly on to it , soooooo had to get my thinking cap on, I eventually found some paper on the cover of a paper pad so I was on my way .... now to colour !!! my pro markers were dull so I tried my coloured fine liners and liked the effect, I added a white gel pen and left well enough alone. I embellished with ribbon, pearls and a butterfly coloured with chalks.
So if you feel like a Krafty challenge check out Sassy Cheryls blog HERE where you will get loads of inspiration from the Sassy team and you will be in with a chance to win some beautiful Sassy images for yourself !!!
Remember you Must use a Sassy Cheryl image!
That is a beautiful card Jackie!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Jackie! Job well done and so creative with your "Kraft" paper!ReplyDelete
Lovin' the new profile pic!ReplyDelete
This is a gorgeous card, Jackie. . . .and the row of ladybugs in the photo is super, cute. Talent from the card to the photo! AMAZING!
Love your card Jackie! Love all the little details!!!!ReplyDelete
Jackie, this is so fabulous!! Love the gel pen effect. Beautiful white embossed back grounds. ~jeni :)ReplyDelete
It's amazing honey and you've inspired to try this whole colouring on kraft thing for the first time I think! :0) I love the whole gel pen effect.xxReplyDelete
Jackie, this is beautiful. Love the butterfly with the wonderfully colored flower. You did a great job on the challenge :)ReplyDelete
Wow, that was a hard challenge; beautiful final result, the colours are vivid and stand out againt the kraft.ReplyDelete
What a fun flower, so great colored on kraft paper.. Awesome card as always!ReplyDelete
I like the way this looks like a cork board (bulletin board). Great choice in image for this card.ReplyDelete
Lovely card Jackie its so vibrant! I must try this 'Kraft' stuff everyones going on about! Looks really well with the fine liner colours.ReplyDelete
I love the white highlights you added to the daisy! Great idea.ReplyDelete