Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Passion for promarkers challenge #3- pumpkin and cinnamon

'Pumpkin and Cinnamon for a baby card?' I hear you cry! Well I did use a fair bit of blender pen in a bid to make it peachy! Here is my entry for the passion for promarkers latest challenge. I also used cool aqua, canary, pastel pink, Saffron, satin and dusky pink. The stamp is from Pink Gem Designs. The background papers were from my stash, and they were on a pad, but the cover was missing, so I'm not sure who they are by - hope you like it!

17 comments:

  1. a lovely card the image is a cutie and i love the punched border , thanks for joining us this week at PFP
    hugs
    helen x

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  2. beautiful card, who says you can't use those colours on a baby card? lol you've just proved you can and it works fabulously
    thanks for joining in at PfP and good luck
    xx

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  3. Lovely card, they sound odd colours for a baby but work perfectly :)
    Thank you for joining in this week at PFP :)
    Gina xxx

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  4. This is so cute, thanks for joining us at PFP. x

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  5. Fabulous card Sally. Love the cute image and the lovely colouring. Thanks for joining us this week at PFP. Hugs Michele x

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  6. It really works, love the card xx

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  7. Great use of the blender pen - I could do with some tips on that!! What card do you use?? I LOVE your thinking with using these colours for a baby card - who says it has to be pink or blue?

    Thanks so much for taking part and sharing your beautiful card with us at Passion for Promarkers.

    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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  8. Thanks for your lovely comments, everyone! Caryn - I use 'In 2 Craft'white A4 card 180g/m. I got it from Wilkos about £3 for 100 sheets.Bargain, lol! I gave the pram one layer of pumpkin colour and then used the blender pen where I wanted it to be lighter. The more you go over it the paler it gets, but obviously you don't want to damage the card surface! I finished it off by going round the bottom edge with the pumpkin again.Hope this is useful xxx

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  9. Wow, thanks for your quick response hun!! I will have another go with the blender pen as I just haven't had a great deal of success with it so far. I thought it was maybe my card (Sainsbury's standard) but if you're not using anything special then it must be me!!! Thanks again.

    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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  10. What a super cute card. Love the image and your colouring is amazing. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week. Hugs, Denise x

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  11. This is lovely, Sally. There must be something in the water in Nottingham with all these babies!!

    Lisax

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  12. Sally this is just too cute thank you for joining us at PFP this week. Sue :o)

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  13. Beautiful work :):):)


    Jean

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  14. This is a great baby card Sally, the colours work perfectly x

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  15. How adorable, I think the colors work really well on the baby card :) And the image is so cute! :) Thanks for joining us at PfP this week :)

    Hugs Ida

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  16. Super cute just love it, thanks for joining us at PFP.

    Hugs

    Sarah

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