February 26, 2013

Pink Rose...

Hi Everybody,

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Remember the flower that I thought was a  "Cabbage"   well here it is coloured again as a Rose.

The image is from "The Next Big Thing" CD from Just Inklined   which has some fabulous images for you to colour.

For this I have used Prisma Colour Pencils and they give a beautiful water coloured effect which is very pretty.

I added in a square white doily to the background and the backing paper is from the Cherry Blossom Lane CD  from PolkaDoodles

The stamp was one of  a set that I bought form the Event City craft show that I went to a few weeks ago... and the ribbon is Grosgrain in a beautiful shade of pink.

The next big craft fair for me is the GNPE in Harogate and that is my favorite one.  I will be there list and pennies in hand on the 17th March.

And can I just tell you that now that the winner of the  last "Give Away" has been chosen that you ALL  need to watch out for the next one in March.  

There is going to be an amazing prize that will go to ONE lucky winner and you won't believe your eyes...      'nuff said for now !!    

 Hugs xx

16 comments:

  1. A gorgeous card Christina. I'm going to the GNPE on the Saturday. Would have been good to meet you.

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  2. This is gorgeous Christina. The pastel colours are beautiful.

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  3. Hi Christina love this card ,im not very good at colouring.
    i will be at Harrogate on the Saturday was hoping to meet you.
    Marion

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  4. Yes! That's my kind of card: pink, frilly, lacy and flowery. It's beautiful. And so is that lovely little great-granddaughter of yours. You're so lucky to have craft fairs to go to. Nothing like that in my neck of the woods. Enjoy!

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  5. That is beautiful Christina - I love my Prisma pencils. Your shading is perfect - and it doesn't look at all like a cabbage!! Pat x

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  6. Good sunny morning Christina,
    What a stunning card I love it, pink and frilly just my kind of thing.
    I am also going to Harrogate almost 3oo miles from here but I convinced OH that we need a break and where better to have it!!!!!
    By the way you have a beautiful Great Granddaughter.
    Hugs

    Patricia xx

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  7. This is absolutely gorgeous, Christina!! The rose is stunning!! I love the colors and design!! What a beautiful card!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. Gorgeous "Cabbage Rose" Christina! Enjoy your day at the show and remember Don't spend too much LOL xXx

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  9. Fabulous card - love that image - so beautiful as a rose :-) I so miss going to the craft shows - enjoy!

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  10. Lovely card Christina, very sophisticated and feminine, love it. Lorraine T

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  11. You never cease to amaze me, Christina. This card is scrumptious! And, for the record, I loved the "cabbage" one, too. LOL! After I became a devotee of your blog, I had to buy the whole Spectrum Noir kit & kaboodle. However, I still enjoy using the colored pencils and Gamisol (mineral spirits) technique. Turns our lovely. And people are always amazed that colored pencils can produce such an ethereal effect. Melinda Smith, USA

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  12. Christina,
    This is just a stunning card. I am actually watching your videos a few every evening, in hopes I can learn and makes cards as wonderful as yours.....

    Hugs
    Chris Boldovici
    http://thecardphilelady.blogspot.com

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  13. I will be in the UK in March so might just try and squeeze a visit to Harrogate.Lovely card as always
    hugs adie

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  14. Gorgeous card and love the soft colors
    ColleenB.

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  15. Gorgeous Christina, cabbage, lol.... You did a beautiful job coloring with prisma pencils...I got my hat pins yesterday!!! hugs

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  16. Lovely card Christina, liking the 'soft' colours you've used too.

    I'm hoping to get to Harrogate, so may bump into you there!

    Hugs Su

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