Sunday, January 20, 2013

Corrosive Challenge 166 - Put A Pin In It

Good morning!  This is a super exciting day for us at The Corrosive Challenge, not only do we have a new challenge, but we have 4 new team members!  I am really looking forward to working with all of them, be sure to check out the blog to meet them and take a peek at all their blogs too.

Our new Sponsor for the next fortnight is A and T Digital Designs home of The Emerald Faeries.  This is one of the great parts of being on a design team, as I had never heard of this company but I just adore these Faeries.  They are the sweetest things!

The challenge is to use hat, push, or safety pins AND/OR this "Pinspirational" photo by Ronda at Box of Buttons:
 I chose to work with Kenz & Tilly available in the A and T Shop.  I have a friend who recently had a baby boy, so this was perfect for the occasion, and I knew I'd be seeing her this weekend.
The image is colored with Copics, with Stickles added to the wings.  I added lots of flowers, and two stick pins that I made using supplies mostly purchased at Walmart!  They don't have a huge selection of crafty things, but where I live, it's great in a pinch, and you never do know what you'll find there.  It seems like their selection of paper crafting supplies is always expanding.
Sketch # 192 from The Sweet Stop

Papers:  Crate Paper - Story Teller "Legend" and "Lifetime"
Embellies:  WOC and Recollections Roses, K&Co - Cut + Paste Ephemera (sentiment), Stick Pins made using beads and supplies from Walmart & stash.

Can't wait to see what you "pin up" on the Blog.  Be sure to play along for a chance to win a prize from our sponsor.



Kathy said...

So pretty Jasmine! Love your coloring and the flowers look stunning. Love the handmade stick pin, too, great touch!

Linda Palmer said...

Beautiful flowers, beautiful colors, beautiful coloring and a beautiful card. Love it!

Carla said...

Beautiful card- you colored it so perfectly and the design is fabulous!

Ruza Rebel said...

Oh my! This is absolutely gorgeous! Love your coloring, how you used the sketch, and those flowers are stunning! ;)

Regan said...

Beautiful, Jasmine! Love how you used the flowers as the border element on the sketch! Gorgeous coloring! Such a perfect baby card!