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Friday, 25 May 2012

Betty Boop Red White & Blue

For my card today I used this fabulous image of Betty Boop found here and coloured her up in red and blue Promarkers to tie in with my Sizzix papers.  I printed her twice and used a Go Kreate die to cut out the bike on a tag and her face separately on another tag and then mounted them one on top of the other to reobtain to the whole image.  It seemed like a good idea at the time but I'm not entirely sure I liked the effect after colouring her up.  I scanned a Harley Davidson fridge magnet onto card stock to get the little embellishment added a single crochet flower and two Stampin Up sentiments. Some eyelets, ribbon and Craftworks Candy were the only final touches.
I am entering my card into the following challenges:
Passion for Promarkers -have a "birthdays" mega celebration to celebrate challenge 150 and 3 years;
Papertake Weekly - want to see "True colours" of our national flag - red, white and blue in my case;
My Mum's Craft Shop 58 are cooking up a "recipe" with 3 flowers (2 of mine are stamped), 2 papers and a ribbon (I only used one ribbon but it's in two places which I hope is okay);
Creative Card Crew - 11 want to see some dimension; and
Creative Inspirations - 164 are "anything goes"
Happy Crafting, Peeps!

 

19 comments:

Faye said...

Hi Lesley. This is a really COOL card. The colours are perfect for Betty with the bike too. You are too cool for school. xx

Julie said...

FABULOUS, Lesley - love the image and your colouring is perfect!! Great papers and design -love it!! Juliexx

coops said...

oh wow this is fantastic lesley.the betty boop is stunning and i love your patriotic colours.
thanks for joining in our birthday challenge this week at PFP :D

xx coops xx

Marianne said...

OH, I love it and I like the stamp
It's so cute
Hugs, Marianne

NGCARDS said...

A fantastic creation hun! Thanks for playing over at PTW & Creative Inspirations! xxx

lis-m said...

really sweet card.. love Betty Boo.. fab colour choice too...
Thanks for joining us over at Passion for Promarkers this week with our "Birthdays" challenge , good luck!

Pat K said...

Hi Leslie, thanks so much for popping by my blog because I now get to meet you. I Love your blog...great cards and very entertaining. My GD loves frogs too - she catches them and plays with them until releasing them back into the river. Can't wait to see what you create next. Hugs, Pat K.

Jill said...

wow Lesley I love your card it's absolutely stunning thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx

Gaynor said...

Wonderful card. love this image and LO, thanks for joing our challenge at My Mum's Craft Shop, Gaynor DT xx

Lyndsey Marie said...

Fab card, love the image and bright colour combo. Thanks for joining us this week at My Mums Craft Shop.
Lyndsey xx

Michele Roos said...

This is such a gorgeous card Lesley. I love the image you've used and the details are fabulous. Thanks for joining us this week at PFP. Hugs Michele x

Dawn B. said...

Oh how I love her. I have always wanted a cycle but never really even considered it. This is so sweet. I love the embellishments you chose. Great job.

Angela said...

This is adorable...I love Betty Boop and you have done her up right! Thank you for playing along with us at Creative Card Crew!

Inger said...

Wowww how COOL Lesley!!!
Love your colouring!!
Have a lovely day :)

♥ Hugs, Inger

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Lesley :-)

thanks for entering the Simon Says Stamp DT call and Good Luck :-)
luv
Lols x x x

julieprice3 said...

This is just delightful, love the colouring
Hugs julie P

lalkygirl said...

wowzers lesley what a stunning card ,love the image and i have colouring envy she is amazingly coloured in
thanks for hopping by my blog...
i am off to italy on my jolly hols later so won't be by for a week or so
happy frog hunting
tracey x

Julie said...

A very cute card Lesley, beautifully done.

The font used on the front of my reading journal is CK Huckleberry. Thanks for sharing your favourite reads, it's interesting to hear what other people love. I have phases when I read a lot and times when I don't. I've not read the Thomas Covenant Series - not too much of a fan of big series but I have read a colletion of short stories by Stephen Donaldson which I very much enjoyed and my childhood was full of Enid Blyton, Famous Five, Secret Seven, Mr Twiddle . . . I could go on and on

Rica said...

What a lovely 'froggie'= he's a big boy!!! Your card is stunning Lesley, a fabulous design and colours. Betty Boop is adorable and stunning colouring and details.
huggles
Heather xx