Now this was a true challenge for me! - I normally don't "do" pink! :)
I searched through my pattern paper and found one piece of Little Yellow Bicycle from their 2008 Valentines line!!! I then used different kinds of mediums (ink, stain, and paint...) to colour the flower petals. I believe that this is the advantage of purchasing the Dies - cut them in white and colour to coordinate with your card or layout! Perfect match - even when the challenge is TICKLED PINK!
I have to admit that in the last two days I have continued on the pink challenge!
Thank you Cheery Lynn for the creative push to my girly side!
Cheery Lynn Dies:
Clock w/Angel Wing (Steampunk Series) - B357
Hinges (Set of 8) - B399
Fancy Corner Cuts #3 - B430
Fanciful Flourish - B117
Miniature Rose - B152
Medium Rose - B155
Sweet Williams - D137
Tiny Flower Kit (Set of 3) - B376
Little Yellow Bicycle
Archival Jet Black
Ranger Embossing Powder
Distress Ink; Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose
Distress Stain: Picked Raspberry, Forest Moss
Distress Paint: Spun Sugar
Perfect Pearls Mist Pink Bubble Gum
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Olive Vine
Rhinestones, Glossy Accents, Paper 'Distresser'
Live, Laugh & Create!
Corina Very striking. Love the hinges and corner with that clock. Beautiful flowers too. Thanks for joining us in the Cheery Lynn challenge. Best of luck to you.ReplyDelete
Corina - for someone who "doesn't do" pink, you rocked this! I love the clock die and your hinges and the flowers!!! Thank you so much for joining us in our challenge this week at Cheery Lynn Designs!ReplyDelete
Wow, that is definitely pink! Corina, when you enter our challenge, could you please link to your actual post rather than your blog so we can comment easily. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Corona! I'm loving all the dies that you have used.Thank you for joining Cheery Lynn's challenge this week!ReplyDelete