Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A Phindy's Place Challenge

Well, this is my second post for the day and my second challenge for the week.  I love Phindy's challenge and have been remiss about not being able to enter the last few months.  This week's challenge is to make a card with circles and so that's what I did!  The Phindy image I used is called Saddle Up and Ride.  This little girl is just such a cutie and reminds me of my one year old niece, who of course is just as cute as a button!

My card isn't the shape of a circle, but I have my image on a circle and my background paper is polka dots!  I used my Zutter distressing tool as well.  It's such a fun tool and I just don't use it often enough!  This card is going to be made into a set and then sold at mt Etsy shop.

Materials Used:
Copic Markers - B04, B02, B01, B000, RV10, RV000, RV0000, E35, E33, E31, E30
Prima Flowers
Glossy Effects
Crystal Stickles
Reflections swirled border
Spellbinders dies
Zutter Distressing tool

And of course I have a close up of my image for you.  I really like to show you what a great job these artists can do with their stamps!

Thanks so much for stopping by today,


  1. Hi Marlena. Beautifully coloured image and a fab card. Adore that shade of blue! Thanks for joining us at Phindy's Place.
    Tine :)
    PS Don't forget to enter your card a second time because you used one of Phindy's own images!

  2. Wow! I absolutely love your card. Fantastic colouring of the image. I think this image is so sweet. Thanks for sharing it with us at Phindy`s Place. Hugs...Mona

  3. How sweet is that? just adorable.

  4. This could not be cuter, Marlena! Such beautiful coloring of the image and the polka dot paper and your other charming touches are just right.
    Thanks so much for playing with us at Phindy's Place this week!

  5. Awh, Marlena, this is adorable. Your coloring is so amazing!
    So glad you joined us this week for the Phindy's Place Challenge!

  6. Marlena, this is adorable. Your coloring is brilliant as always! Love all the circles you worked into it too.


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