Thursday, April 11, 2013


Here is my newest creation for the CDAC Progressive Challenge. If you are not a member of Crafter's Digital Art Center please come on over and join. This image is from Nana Vic called "Woodland Baby Sleeping". I colored the image using Adobe Photoshop CS6 and created my own Plaid background paper. I cut out the image and added some Twinkling H2O's to give it a shimmery look. I added some Stickles Glitter Glue to the centers of the flowers. The sentiment is also from Nana Vic. I added some Petaloo Flowers, Ribbon, Pearls, Gems and a Paper Butterfly. I hope you like it!!!


Sandi said...

Beautiful creation Pattie!! Now I know all the details (had no clue in the gallery), so now I'll take a closer look for the H2O's!
♥ your sister - Sandi

Creative Genie said...

Really pretty, Pattie. I just love your colors, and the background plaid especially. It's just so perfect for Spring.


Lynnel Lynch said...

So lovely! Your coloring is just perfection. I definitely love all the bling.

nwilliams6 said...

Wonderful papers, colors, and image - a very pretty card!

Peggy T. said...

I love this card Pattie. I love everything about it, paper, image, embellishments, everything.

Peggy T.
CDAC DT Member

Barbara Bruder said...

What a sweet card. Love the coloring.That plaid background is really great and works perfect with this card.

Vickie Duffill said...

Patti there are so many gorgeous things about your card that are outstanding. I especially like the effect you created with the Twinkling H20 on the leaves of the digital image. The plaid background is perfect and you've picked up the colours beautifully in your added elements. I adore all the little bling touches and it really gives your card a special element of class and glamour. Thank you for joining us at
CDAC freebie challenge


Desire Fourie said...

This is such a beautiful scene you have crafted here. Love pink and green and sparkly touches.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Ellis said...

Stunning card you made for the challenge! =)
Hugs, Elenor