Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Purple and blue just for you

It's Wednesday, Sketch day over at Outlawz.  We're sponsored this month by DigiStamps4Joy.
My inspiration for this week is using Happy Birthday 2 U.  I've coloured it with ProMarkers and polychromos pencils leaving some parts completely uncoloured and white to give a contrast.

Here's our sketch for this week

The image was fussy cut to give the internal square shape n the sketch.

Behind the image is some purple design paper from Lili of the Valley to frame it.

The only thing I've done is a little doodling to frame the whole card making it a very plain and simple card.

Hope you like my inspiration for this week and we see you at the challenge
Andrea x

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges
Fabrika Fantasy - Anything Goes
Pearly Sparkles - Happy Anything
Crafting with an Attitude - Anything Goes
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends - Anything Goes
Crafting from the Heart - Anything Goes
A Bit More Time to Craft Extra - Anything Goes
Digi Choosday - Anything Goes
Not Just Cards - Anything Goes


  1. Stunning, Andrea! Just had to come by and say how much I love this card!! Perfection!!

  2. Such a great color palette you have chosen! Loving the open white spaces ~ so creative! Thanks for sharing with us over at Digi Choosday! ~Katrina

  3. These are such awesome colors! The white bits are the perfect contrast and the simple embossed background finishes it beautifully.

    Thank you for joining us at Li’l Patch of Crafty Friends for our challenge.

  4. So lovely, thanks for sharing with Fabrika Fantasy Digis!

  5. This is lovely. Thanks so much for joining in the fun with us at Digi Choosday Challenge, good luck! Yvonne (DT)

  6. Beautiful Andrea...

    Thank you for sharing with us at Fabrika Fantasy challenge.
    Anila DT

  7. The depth and dimension you created are awesome. The pop of white really stands out against the colored image.

    Thank you for joining us at Fabrika Fantasy for our Anything Goes challenge.

  8. Excellent work with purples and blues.

    Catherine Joseph
    DT, Craftingwithanattitude