Apr 4, 2020

Something Old, Something New...for Allsorts Challenge

It's time already for a new theme at Allsorts challenge! Kath is hosting this week and picked the theme of.......Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed or Something New. 
She is not looking for wedding cards, although they would of course be just as welcome, you can pick from the challenge theme what you'd like to use or use all four. We have 2 prizes this time and to cover the Easter holiday the challenge runs for two weeks. Hope you decide to join us!


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I decided to used everything from the challenge theme: 
  1. Old Heart Embossing Folder
  2. New Digi Stamp
  3. A Borrowed Sketch
  4. Blue Ink


This is another image I recently purchased from  PowerPoppy and printed the "no line coloring" options. I'm not really familiar with coloring the "no line" way, and I didn't try to color that way, I simply wanted a lighter outline than black ink.

The image has been colored with my Faber Castell Polychromos pencils on 110 lb cardstock I recently picked up from Walmart which works perfectly in my printer. I used the Avery Elle Wonky Stitches Die Set  to cut out the image panel. 





The hearts embossing folder is an old one by Cuttlebug, but there are several choices available. The green pattern paper strip is from my stash, I believe it's another oldie from Stampin Up. Added some silk ribbon behind the image panel and cut out the sentiment using a small circle die. The sentiment is from a Penny Black set. A Martha Stewart punch was used to cut out the butterfly. 

This sketch I found from Julee of Mojo Monday, it's an old sketch I came across on pinterest so I won't be linking it up there.


A close up below....this image took a long time to color, I spent several evenings on it. 


Sharing with these blogs:
Crafty Gals Corner- Flowers // Sisterhood of Crafters - Spring  // Crafty Cardmakers - Spring // Dream Valley Challenges - Spring Colors // Simon Says Monday Challenge - Photo Inspiration



Thanks so much for stopping by!! 

17 comments:

  1. It's the most delightful image that just yells out Spring Ellie and so beautifully coloured as well. I don't have any Power Poppy images but all of those i have seen are lovely and this one no exception.

    B x

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    1. Thanks so much, Brenda. I just recently purchased my first few images from Powerpoppy. They are so fun to color!

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  2. Gorgeous colouring, love those stamps. Beautiful card;-))m

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  3. Oh what a beautifully coloured image Ellie, and an exquisite card. Well done on using all four elements of the challenge.
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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    1. Thanks Monica! They are my favorite spring flowers!

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  5. So beautiful! LOVING the flowers and the colors!

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  6. This is really beautiful Ellie, love the image, the colours and the design, a super Spring card and well done on using all four items.
    Thank you

    Kath x

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  7. Beautiful! I love the stitched edges and the pretty inking over the embossed background. Thanks for joining with us at The Sisterhood of Crafters.

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  8. It is a really beautiful image Ellie, gorgeous card and I love your Penny Black one today too,xxxx

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  9. Absolutely beautiful! your coloring is amazing and the design is fabulous! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Sisterhood of Crafters challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.

    Darlene
    SISTERHOOD OF CRAFTERS
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
    Please stop in for a visit!

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  10. Beautifully put together, your colouring is wonderful.

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  11. Beautiful coloring and the card is stunning. Thanks for joining the challenge at Crafty Gals Corner.

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  12. Beautiful colouring of the image and lovely card.

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  13. I really love this design Ellie, gorgeous card.
    Happy crating
    Tracy x

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