Saturday, 7 November 2009

DU2DS Sketch

Only a day late with this one - got a real spaghetti head!! I do hope that 'better late than never' holds true in blogland :)

DU2DS have a great sketch this week, designed by Larissa specially for us to play with.

You might think this is an easy one but it isn't easy finding the digistamp to fit this sketch but eventually hit on this image from Christine at Sketching Stamper and thought I'd add a bit of glitz.

It's such a simple image but quite lovely.


I just placed the image on a sheet of digi paper and printed it out a few times, then glitter coloured the middle of the feather and used the spare images to create the squares, The just for you was the result of another play with the foil wizard thingy.

Got to get to bed now - falling asleep over the keyboard.
x Michelle


Avril Ann said...

Michelle this is beautiful, I love it, so simple but so effective. I hope you are keeping well my friend and maybe come March we will be meeting, I cannot wait, Hugs Avril xxx

Teri said...

Oooh, peacock feathers - love them! Fabby card!
Teri x

Larissa said...

Gorgeous card Michelle!


Sue a/k/a MOUSEMOM40 said...

This is BEAUTIFUL! What a great idea!

Sarita said...

Beautiful image Michelle, and the way you've used it to fit in with the sketch is really effective.
Love it Michelle,
Love Sarita xx

Maria Matter said...

how cool is this....fabulous effect Michelle!
Beautiful image and card hun!
Blessings, Maria

Sally H said...

Really, really beautiful! I know what you mean about finding the right image for sketches. Sleep well, Hun!

Sarita said...

Hi Michelle,
Sadly I can't tell you who makes these sentiments as I threw the wrapper away...I'm off to hang my head in shame lol.
Love Sarita xx

Debs said...

love the card Bee

Sandra said...

Beautiful card Michelle. I love the simplicity of the feather and the gorgeous sentiment.... Hmmmm...another toy for my wishlist!
Sandra x

Chris said...

Gorgeous card Michelle and I love how you glittered the centre of the feather and then used parts of the image for the square, very creative and beautiful. Chris x