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January 22, 2013

Anything Goes - DS4J Challenge #59

It's time for a DS4J challenge at http://digistamps4joy-sa.blogspot.com/
For this challenge
THEME : 'Anything Goes' - really, really - whatever takes your fancy
So just create any project with a digi image preferably from DS4J

Here's my card for the challenge

The digi image is  Star Keeper from DS4J.
Isn't she so pretty?
I colored her this time with..
wait for it..
wait for it..
Twinkling H2O's.and watercolor pencil. Yep no copics this time.
I love the h20's . they shine and glitter like glimmer mist but are in cake form so getting stronger slightly opaque effect is easy. They don't buckle the paper too much. So I added to give the wonderful glittery gold effect. Doesn't she sparkle?

I love cut fold and tuck. Spellbinder came up with it first and silhouette store also has some.
I used one from silhouette store as the card base so that I can get it big enough for the image to go in. I just duplicated the base flipped it and aligned and welded to form a card and then added the next inner layer as it is after folding and tucking. The pattern is also from store and I adjusted it so that it is pleasing in the star. The paper ribbon is also from store but I altered it made it like print and cut instead of cutting out the lattice.
Here is a close up of the tuck and fold

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Karon said...

WOW Pam - this is amazing. Love the fold/cut fabulous and what a great image. TFS

ursula Uphof said...

Great card Pam,very interesting fold. That is one of my fav. images and I also love using the Twinkling H20's. Just can't get them that easily here. hugs, Ursula

Chas said...

Very unusual card and I love it. Make sure you play next week at Red Carpet STudio when it is the card design team turn.

DonnaMundinger said...

What a beautiful shape and gorgeous digi. Thanks so much for sharing with The Altered Alice. xxD

danita k said...

Amazingly beautiful!!!

Pumpy said...

This card is really stunning, I love it.

Robin said...

Love it!! Soo pretty :) Hope to see you in next weeks challenge with the card team:) Thanks for joining us at RCS.


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Susie said...

A great card! Thanks for joining our Girls, Girls, Girls challenge at Dream Valley. Susie x

melsanford said...

Gorgeous girlie creation! Thank you for joining us at Dream Valley :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Lynne Phelps said...

Thanks for playing along with The Altered Alice! I just got a Cameo, so I loved reading about how you created your lovely card! Beautifully intricate!

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