Thursday, August 14, 2014

Wishes do come true


     It's the second Thursday in August already and that means it's time for another challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil.  Our sweet Elaine has given us a theme of "Girl's Birthday".  I've chosen Mo's sweet Cinderella image for my card.  Now you might think Cindy is an odd choice for a birthday card, but we make a wish on the candles and send people birthday wishes.  Well, whose wishes came true better than Cinderella!  LOL
     I did a little distressing around the card edges, removing a few pieces here and there and backing them with another DP just to give the card a tattered look.


Copics Used
skin E00, E000, E11, E13, R20, R30
hair E35, YR23, Y11, Y21
scarf R22, R27, R46
dress and knickers E71, E74, E79, C00, C2, E95, E97, E08, E09, BG11, BG72, BG75, YG03, YG95
apron W1, W3, E42, B0000
broom E21, E23, E27, E35, YR23, Y21, Y11
shoes N3, N5, N7

     Here's the inside of the card.


     Happy Thursday!  Be blessed!
Supplies:
Paper--Echo Park "This and That", Recollections, Bazzill, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Mo's Digital Pencil "Cinderella", Verve "Take Note", and Precious Remembreance Shop "Positive Thoughts"
Ink--Forest Moss Distress ink, Sakura white gel pen, Ranger Jet Black Archival ink
Tools--Verve Flag It die set, Nestabilities Large Labels , Impression Obsession Butterflies die, Marianne Designs English Rose die for leaves
Miscellaneous--Wink of Stella Clear glitter pen, Wrights pearl trim, Prima flower, Martha Stewart microbeads, Recollections pearls, Hobby Lobby lace

20 comments:

  1. This is so adorable, Tracy! Awesome coloring and design details! I love it!

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  2. Love the double-layered background on the fabulous card, Tracy and your colouring of Mo's image is wonderful. Hugs, Tracey x

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  3. Oh, I love it. Very beautiful coloring)

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  4. I love it, Tracy! It's a beautiful choice for a birthday card! The distressing is great too! :o)

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  5. Awww, how sweet this is! I love little Cinderella...love her fussy cutting and of course her coloring, too. And your card is wonderful with the distressing and pretty touches. Love the mix of elegant with rugged...a perfect shabby chic blend!

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  6. Aww this is so sweet and pretty Tracy. your colouring as always is perfect and the distressed paper is a great touch.
    Lorraine

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  7. You clever lady ... This is so beautiful ... I love the image!

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  8. This is gorgeous!
    Beautiful card Tracy:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

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  9. Great card, Tracy. What you did with the papers is outstanding.

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  10. So adorable, what you did with ripping the paper to go with the tattered feel of cinderella! I love it, coloring, amazing as usual.

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  11. Love the shabby Cinders look with the ripped bits - too clever!! An adorable image, fabulous colouring and an all-round fairytale of a card :)

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  12. This is gorgeous Tracy. I love the sweet image, beautiful colouring and the torn/distressed papers work so well with your fabulous design.
    hugs Sue xx

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous Tracy, fabulous image and design.
    Hugs
    Wendy xx

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  14. Ah, Tracy...it's a perfectly sweet and shabby little framing of that adorable image! Beautiful!

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  15. Love the torn paper with the other paper behind. Really plays up the idea of poor Cinderella.
    She is coloured beautifully and your design and card are lovely!

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  16. Wonderful card, sweet image and love the torn paper works a treat.
    luv
    Debby

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  17. Tracy she is divine and coloured so beautifully, love the DP as well..
    ♥aNNie The Journey is the Start

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  18. Absolutely gorgeous! love your tattered look too.
    xxxx

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  19. She's just lovely! Wonderful distressing and the added pearls and butterfly are wonderful touches!

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  20. Beautiful... You've brought the girl alive with your coloring.

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