26 February 2010

DU2DS - Pearls

Hi everyone, hope you've all had a good week and not too much rain! A card today for DU2DS and a challenge of pearls this time. There's some wonderful inspiration from my DT friends so I hope you can join us.

I've used my tulip pail image, soon to be available which is coloured with copics, cut out and glittered with stickles. The card base was cut on the Cricut and I've used a trellis die cut as a mask, sprayed with green and yellow glimmer mist and then sponged the edges with milled lavender distress ink. Added some pretty ribbon and the swirly pearls to finish. TGIF and thanks for visiting :).


Maria Therese said...

Beautiful card Cris

juniejo said...

Such a beautiful elegant card !!! I love the little bucket of daffodils !!! STUNNING

Kim Piggott said...

This is utterly amazing Chris!
I love it so much!
Stunning work!
kim x

Fiona said...

What a splendid card Chris. Gorgeous colours and techniques.

Fiona x

Caroline said...

This is gorgeous Chris I love the new image and your masking of the trellis, just lovely!

Nannieflash said...

Hi Chris, wow thats gorgeous and that decoupage is stunning. With love and hugs Shirleyxx

mckinkle said...

Beautiful card Chris, I love the gorgeous ribbons, those colours are just fab!

Im so excited that you will soon be releasing some more images, I cant wait!!

Keryn x

Suzie Q said...

Hi Chris,
beautiful creation and especially love those ribbons x
Suzie Qx

Sandra said...

Wow! You know how much I love this card already. It's stunning!! would love to see it in real life to appreciate the glimmer background. We NEED to get diaries together ;o)
Sandra x

Donna said...

Hi Chris, your card is so beautiful, the colours are so perfect together and the pail of Tulips is a stunning image...I know I always say this but...your ribbon is so lush lol! You are the ribbon queen :) Donna x

The Wired Angel said...

Chris! This is absolutely stunning. What a beautiful card...I love everything about it.
I'm hoping to get back to play along soon! Hugs, Peggy