Monday 15 September 2008


This week at Sarah Kay (week 11) the challenge is to use 3 different papers on your card,no more and no less.
The image i've used is Sarah Kay Rosalies Bicycle,coloured with Promarkers and Prisma's,cut out using neatabilities.
The papers are all from the English Paper Company.
The scrolls are a Sizzix die i've used on my Wizard.
Ribbon and gems from stash.


Sue said...

Fabulous card, the papers look great together and i love the added touch of the swirsl and the ribbon threaded through...lovely :)


Rach said...

oooo such a fabby card, love the swirls they look fantastic. hugs rachxx

Sonia said...

Beautifully done as always Sandra :) I love the colours. I see you have yourself some promarkers lol.
Sonia x

Chris said...

Hi Sandra, and what an absolutely stunning card! The colour scheme is fabulous, love those papers and the details of the swirls and threaded through ribbon. Perfect colouring, great idea to combine pencil and markers and it looks brilliant. Thank you for your very sweet comments, they're so much appreciated. Chris xxx

Jill said...

wow Sandra you've done it again another stunning card and I jsut love the colouring Jill x

Cathy said...

Fantastic card - I have these papers and have always been a bit stuck - not any more!! Great image and colouring.
Cathy xx

Bev said...

Absolutely stuuning card Sandra - love it!!

hug sBev x

Heike's Creativeplace said...

Wow, Sandra this is Stunning, love alle the wonderful Details. Your coloring is brilliant........Thanks for visiting my Blog :-)))


mueppi said...

Wow...... Sandra
your card is so beautiful!!!!
I love the colouring of SK you used!
Have a nice day!
Hugs Gisela

cats whiskers said...

Love, Love Love it your colours are beautiful and those swirls are just perfect for this card, Your colouring is superb
Hugs Jacqui x

Kathy said...

What a pretty card!! Love the colors and that layout is fabulous!! Thanks for playing along :)Kathy

Trina said...

This card is beautiful!! I love all the swirls!! Amazing!!

Unknown said...

a wonderful work..