Thank crunchy it's Friday!! It's been a long week. I'm so looking forward to this weekend!
What better way to end a long week than with a new challenge?
How about one from PunkYouGirl? :)
Our challenge this month was set by the lovely Jane and she chose...
Red & Black!
My favourite colour combo!! I've said before but they are my county colours and my car (Clifford) is red with black stripes!
Remember that we are a darker themed challenge blog so gothic/steampunk etc entries.
So here's my card:
The image is Heartless by Mo's Digital Pencil and I coloured her with the following copics: Skin: E21,00,0000. Clothes and hair: R59,39,29,100,C9,7,6.
I used some plain black card and cut it to size, then I tore it and ran it through my bug in a Stampin Up! stripes embossing folder. I then used my Crop-o-dile to add some eyelets. I attached the two pieces to my red base and then threaded some thin black ribbon, corset style, up the card. I die cut a Go Kreate heart and before I removed the card from the die I used a black fine liner to doodle a chequer-board effect over the heart (this took flippin ages!) I fussy-cut the image and placed her over the heart. The sentiment is computer generated and distressed with black soot distress ink. The charm is from my stash.
The inside has the same treatment (more or less) as the front. (I hadn't time to chequer this heart though)
So I do hope you can join us for this challenge - go take a look at what the first half of the DT have done at PunkYouGirl!
I'd like to enter my card in the following challenges:
Bearly Mine Challenges; Anything goes
Crafty Ribbons Challenge Blog; Anything goes with ribbon
Creative Inspirations; Favourite colour combo
Eureka Stamps Challenge Blog; Tender thoughts
The Hobby House Challenge Blog; Hobby House artists - Mo Manning
Lacy Sunshine Challenge Blog; Dies and/or punches
Papercrafting Journey; Anything goes
Papertake Weekly; Anything goes
ABC Challenges; U for unlimited
Totally Papercrafts Friday Challenges; Red & black + touch of white
Mo's Challenge Blog; Anything goes
Thanks for looking!