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Saturday, 20 October 2012

Just sepia at My time to Craft

Good Morning blogfriends

And a happy Saturday to you! 
 I can't quite get used to this posting on a Saturday business! Its not that  I mind at all - in fact I like it, it just doesn't take much to confuse me and after the week I just had with blogger and broadband problems I want an easy life!

Todays challenge at My Time to Craft is set by my lovely blogging buddy Pat
 and she has chosen the theme of

 Sepia

I have wanted to use this image for a while now but couldn't decide what to do with it.  When I saw Pats sepia challenge I had an idea that it might just work, instead of making it a typical colourful carousel horse its a vintage inspired card instead.  The image is a digi I won over at digi doodle shop and I decidd to add the sepia tones to the background before I printed it out.  When it printed the shades were very green looking and I matched it up to papers in those shades rather than the typical sepia shades - I really like how it turned out.

This is what I did...

Image-  carousel horse from Digi dodle shop (now closed!)
Coloured with copics and prismacolour pencils and the outershadows added digitally before printing
papers - K and Co
Distress ink - tea dye by Tim Holtz
Die cut flourish - vintage flourish from Mariannes 
Corner - corner part of flourish die
Ribbom - Vintage seam binding from Sam Pooles shop
cherry blossom flowers - memory box die
Heart die cut - Spellbinders
Pearls = Kaisercraft
For you - cut with cricut expression  - gypsy wanderings cart

Challenges I'm entering with this card

anything goes challenge  - make your own embellishments
Crafty sentiments - bows or ribbons
tammys scrapin corner - anything goes
The crafty pad - distress it





20 comments:

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Oh I love this image hun & what you have done with it!
hugs shell xx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Judith, this is a gorgeous card, and the image looks beautiful in those tones.
Avril xx

Caz said...

Gorgeous card Judith. Love the image and the sepia colour scheme. Fab details too.
Hugs
Caz x

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful vintage look card Judith, I like the image the papers and the die cuts.
Kevin xx

Ann said...

Judith, this is SO pretty! The carousel looks very vintage!

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh this is stunning, Love the image, hope the internet issues are all resolved now, Hxx

crafty-stamper said...

Stunning sepia card love the paper and all the details congratulations on winning the image thanks for joining us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner
Carol DT x

Dawn Lancaster said...

Fantastic card Judith, it's just perfect for the Distress It Challenge at The Crafty Pad this week!
Thanks for playing & Good Luck!
Hugs
Dawn xx

Sarah said...

Hi Judith, Oooh that's really pretty - lovely tones and a gorgeous image.

Sarah

Nikbee said...

A gorgeous card. I love the corner die cut.
Nikki x

Karal Schuknecht said...

Judith, this is a stunning card, I love the vintage look. Thanks for joining us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner.
Karal DT

Tammy Ortiz said...

This is a fantastic image and what a wonderful talent. Please come back next week.
Hugs
Tammy Ortiz
Founder of
Tammy Scrapin

Pat said...

Gorgeous card Judith, love the image, super bp and great embellies.

Pat xx

Vanessa (aka V'ness, Nessa, oldschool) said...

very elegant Judith!

Sue said...

Aww this is really beautiful Judith… it has a lovely vintage feel to it… love how you've coloured the wonderful image… the papers and embellies are really stunning! :-)
Big Hugs
Sue xx

Wedgie said...

Really pretty...love the image and all the embellishments.
Wedgie xxx

Sheila said...

Gorgeous card Judith, love all teh embellishments x

Print gift cards said...

Stunning card. So lovely design. I like the softness of colors and that image is so lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Mamma Mia said...

Hi Judith - I love the image and you've really nailed the vintage feel. Thanks for sharing your card at The Crafty Pad in our "Distress It" challenge.
Helen x (DT)

Pat K said...

Gorgeous card Judith with a real vintage feel to it. Great idea to colour the paper b4 printing it. I've just purchased that lush corner die. My not-so-local craft store just got it in and ran a 10% off sale so it had to be mine :) Hope blogger behaves! hugs, Pat K.xx