13 april 2010

Passion for ProMarkers Week 47

This weeks challenge at PASSION FOR PROMARKERS is to make your own background with Pro Markers. (set by me, wiiii) Some of you may recognise my image from the Weekend Workshop at PfP. (if not, have a look here!) I have made a picture frame and coloured my background with green and blue to make it into a scene. As it was a bit boring I stamped some cute birds on it and added some flowers for more dimension.

Here's some photo's of how I made the background.

  • Stamps: Polly Craft - Spring Things - Blossoming Friendship, text stamp from Kreativ Hobby.
  • Pattern Papers: Basic Grey - Green at Heart
  • Embellishments: Flowers and half pearls from Prima
  • Tools: Circle punches
  • Medium: ProMarkers - see image on the workshop blog for details.

This weeks sponsor is Letraset. They have generously sponsored a 5-pack of ProMarkers that one lucky winner will get. So why not give my challenge a try?

Thanks for looking and good luck with the challenge, I hope you will join in! And don't forget about the DESIGN TEAM CALL we have running.

7 kommentarer:

Marie sa...

Great card Ida! Really sweet. Have to do some thinking about this challenge because it really is a challenge. :)

Caryn sa...

Ooh you evil mastermind thinking up such a tough challenge - really got our brains working this week!!! Great challenge and a fab card card too.

Big hugs,
Caryn xxx

Torill sa...

KJempekult dette!! LIkte så godt treet ditt!! hærlig sommertre!!

Michele sa...

Thanks for the great challenge this week Ida, really blew the cobwebs that are in my brain, LOL. Your card is gorgeous BTW. Love the colours you've used and the design also. Hugs Michele x

Becky sa...

I adore your card Ida! The added flowers look absolutely gorgeous!!
Thanks for stopping by my blog!

JR Creations sa...

That's really clever, I thought it was a scene stamp. Love how you've created that.

Jenny T.

Spyder sa...

Loved your card and your challenge as I'm always making backgrounds with my ProMakers, just wish I had them years ago!! Great 'how to' as well, thank you!