Sunday, 14 April 2013

Just For you

This is my attempt for the 'Letter of your name' challenge over at Allsorts challenge blog this week.
Only thing I could think of beginning with J was jelly LOL
No jelly stamps and I didn't fancy drawing any so i'm afraid it's only in the sentiment.
Sucks I know but everyone has to learn somewhere right ?
Anywhoo I used decoupage and glitter for the lady and some fluffy type string stuff (technical name yep lol) and ribbon brad to create the bow.
Topped off with some glitter (I am loving this holographic glitter) and a few gems.
Oh and the lacy bit going across the middle is from a roll of decorative tape from pound land.
Wanted to see what it was like as I don't have any decorative dies so I shall be back there for some more.
Thank you for looking :)




I am entering this card in the following...

Allsorts Challenge - Letter of your name
One stop craft challenge - Colour
Sarah Hurley - Projects with character
Through the craftroom - Anything goes
CDAC - Anything Goes

7 comments:

  1. WOW, this is spectacular. Love the color, and the layers. I especially love the lace tape you have used as a bourder. I'm definitely going to look for this. Thanks for sharing.
    Thank you so much for playing the CDAC CHALLENGES
    Lynnel
    CDAC DT Member

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  2. OMGosh Julie! This is fantastic! Love the layered lady and the soft pastel purples. Really great job on this card!!!!
    ~Deb~
    CDAC DT Member
    A Look Through My Eyes

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  3. Good luck with your challenges, I'm sure you'll do great as this is a lovely card. The decorative lace is lovely and only a pound, that's brilliant!

    Michelle E x

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  4. Really, really pretty! Love that dress you made! Love the colors, too! Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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  5. Thanks for joining Allsorts challenge with this great entry, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  6. How beautiful and I love the layering. Thanks for joining the challenge with Sarah Hurley this time.

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