Tuesday, 6 August 2013

A little bit of Saturated Canary!

Here's something new, my first use of frantage. I love this stuff and I think everything will get frantage treatment from now onwards! I have coloured my Saturated Canary image with copics and the papers were free ones from a magazine ages ago. The ribbon was cheap stuff from lidl of all places! It's twisted together with the butterfly string of bead things and you can separate them! I also picked up another bargain this week......inktense pencils, half price at WH Smith. I know I have enough colouring mediums already, but I do like to experiment!
Thought I might enter this little beauty in to the the papertake weekly challenge, which is anything goes.


Marilyn said...

Wow! I absolutely love this card and your colouring is gorgeous!

Sandra H said...

Oh my goodness me this is so beautiful and your colouring is absolutely amazing truly is gorgeous x

Kathyk said...

Glorious matey, I played with frAntage recently (though I persist in typing frontage - funnier but ...... not right!)only I used a wooden mirror - no WAY can you heat that from below .... it went everywhere!

LOVING this Rosie - seems your mojo is not eclipsed


Carol Willis said...

Beautiful card Rosie, love the image, gorgeous details and layout. Your colouring is amazing.
Caz x

coops said...

oh wow so stunning rose.fantastic colouring and details and I love the gorgeous sc image and frantage :D

xx coops xx

Debs said...

Gorgeous card - stunning colouring.
Frantage is a bit of an addiction :o)
Thanks for playing along at PTW this week.
Good luck
Debs xx

Lorraine said...

This is gorgeous. The image looks fab and I love the colours and design.
Lorraine x

Gloria Shirr (purpleglo) said...

Gorgeous card Rosie! I love this image and your coloring is beautiful.

I am your newest follower and would love to have you follow my blog also. I would like for you to join me for a chance to win FREE candy on my blog. Have a wonderful week! Hope to see you again next week. Hugs, Gloria


Pencil practice

It takes ages to colour with  pencils and this one is no exception. It took a good few hours to get all of these layers down on the image....