Thursday, 31 July 2014


Hello my Lovelies, I've been having lots of problems with my internet server, Rogers bought out my old server, and they are taking a long time to get it together. So I'm too late to enter the Dragons Dream challenge, thought I would post it anyway, it's also a schedule post since I'm out of town  until the Aug 10th.

The challenge was the letter H and the color brown, I was searching for something to use and found a stamp my DS gave me, its been hidden in a drawer forever waiting to be used, a  brown Hawaiian beauty, isn't she lovely. I stamped her on a piece of mixed media paper.
Colored her with copic's and distress inks, coloring is not my thing :O)..

I made a lei out of confetti flowers for my topping..

I used all the Tim's browns I had to get the color around her spritzed it with water, then stamped some flowers around her

I used a chip board letter H for the center of the flower. I used another piece of flat cardboard to make a frame and colored it with Inca gold..
That it for me for a while, I hope you all have a wonderful week and I'll see you when I get back...
Thanks for stopping by my nest, I'll miss you all..
                                      ((( BIG HUGS )))



Sue Lelli said...

Wow, Dianne! LOVE the lei you added and I think your coloring looks splendid! Hope you're having fun where ever you are!

Anonymous said...

beautiful and enjoy your time away your friend sheila said...

This is so pretty! Have a wonderful trip!

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

She is very unusual as we don't come across such stamps, in fact I don't believe I have seen one before.
You captured the beauty of the stamp and there is also such elegance to it. Then if that were not enough, you create a lei - how utterly amazing!
Have a lovely weekend.

Kate said...

This is beautiful! A very unique card with a lovely background.

butterfly said...

Beautiful colouring on the image, and I love the golden glow you've created in the frame around her. The flower garland echoing the flowers in her hair is an inspired idea!
Alison xx