Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Sassycheryls Challenge 64

Good morning everyone!  The weeks are flying by way to fast for me…seems like I just did a post LOL!
This week we have been asked to make a card  with the image on kraft paper.  When I printed mine, my first thought was will my Copics work on this…..the answer was no…….so I pulled out my Prisma color pencils and they worked perfect.  It has been awhile since I used them!

Here is my card using the image Artificial Flower Girl


What I used
  • Kraft paper, SU mellow moss, K&Company DP.
  • lace, bling, Prisma pencils, stickles, MS corner and border punch set, Spellbinder dies, dimensionals and glue dots.
Time now for you to travel to the Sassycheryls Challenge Blog to see what the rest of the Sassy Girls have made. We invite you to join in our challenge as well.  Just make sure you use a Sassycheryl Image!!!
That’s it for me!  Have a great Day!


Holly said...

it's darling Kim.

Sassy Cheryl said...

I bet most of you had to pull those out except for Judy. ☺
This is lovely, Kim. And I love the little bit of 'sparkle' on her dress. Too cute!

Dawn said...

adorable Kim!! and I love the MS punched frame!

Cindy Haffner said...

PRETTY Kim, I LOVE your colors!!~

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Darling card Kim! Love that vine border and touch of glitter on her little flower tu-tu. Beautiful coloring. ~jeni :)

Cathy said...

Kim, what a wonderful card you have created with this popular little flower girl image...I used it too LOL. Wonderful layout, frame and dp.

jkreucher said...

Oh, Cheryl is so funny, really knows that I love the prisma pencils.. what a fantastic card. you haven't lost your touch coloring with them.
I love the added branch border punch.. perfect way to frame this little flower girl...

Linda C said...

So cute. Looks like a little Irish Lassie to me!

Ann English said...

This is sooo cute, Kim! One of our players did manage to color with her Copics on the kraft paper though I have no idea how! Ah, but if I could use pencils like you do...awesome!

Stamping Seasons said...

You did a fantastic job on this card...mmm wonder what copics would look like on kraft?