Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Beach scene

My card today features 3 of my own digital images, available for free -see previous post- until Saturday 14th August.
It is a beach scene for those who long for those beautifully hot summer days :-)
The sand, the sun and the sky have been masked using Distresss Ink; the sandcastle, the starfish and the seashell coloured with Letraset Promarkers; I also used different tones of Stickles, to give a sand look and some more life to the different elements; button from my own stash; 3D foam pads to add perspective.

I left the card without a sentiment so I can use it for whatever occasion is needed.
Oh, can anyone spot what I forgot from the original image? Yes, the little flag on the sandcastle! :-)

My card enters the following challenges:
Simon Says - Summertime Blues
ABC Challenge - A is for August
Tuesday Taggers - Sunshine

Don't forget to show me your creations with DesigNeAl's digital images!
Thanks for your comments


Von said...

Love how you have combined all the different eliments :)and the background it fab

Sally H said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your sunshine with us at TT this week!

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This is so neat! I love the button sun and the glittery sand :)

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!


Linda Ledbetter said...

Great digis and a fabulous card! Thank so much for joining us at Drunken Stampers!

Michelle said...

Thanks for spreading a little sunshine around and joining us with your lovely entry on Tuesday Taggers.
x Michelle

CuddlyBunny said...

Beautiful! Now I wish I lived near the ocean!

Thanks for dropping in at the Drunken Stampers craft pub!

Teri said...

A lovely bright and sunny card hun! Wish I was on that beach, LOL
Thanks for playing at Tuesday Taggers this week.
Teri x

debby4000 said...

Fabulous, cute card

Clare Brown said...

perfect summer card thanks for entering this week at abc challenge.

hugs Clare x

snehal watwe welde said...

beautiful...really never imagined that yu could transfrm a simple digi int something so elegant and beautiful...thanks for sharing.