Monday, March 7, 2011

Happileigh Scrappin' Challenge #13 --- Using Purple!

My goodness the weeks are flying by!  It's Monday already and time for another Happileigh Scrappin' Challenge.  Our lovely Amanda is in charge of the theme this week and she has us thinking in shades of purple!  And, of course, we are using some of Leigh's newest images.  You can see the new releases and link to her shop at the challenge blog

I used two of the new images in my card.  The window box and the chandelier.  One of the things I love about digis is that they can be sized to fit the space, like I did to have the chandelier show through the cut out window.  This card is for my new neighbors.  Inside I will put our neighborhood names, addresses and phone numbers so they can have them handy. 

I think that if I saw a lavender house with purple shutters I would look to see if I landed in Candyland. But it is quite whimsical and that is why making cards is so much fun!  No rules!  My BV and V Copics don't get much of a workout, anyway. 

Now, my Happi Sisters have even better purple projects so hop on over to see the rest of them.  Then get out your purple pencils, markers, and papers and join in the challenge!  We'd love to pay you a visit, too!

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5 comments:

Rose Petal said...

Hello Barb. This is absolutely gorgeous. What a fab image and the colours are just some of my favourites.
Hope you are keeping well. Happy crafting.
Love Sandra xxx

DonnaMundinger said...

Well weren't you the busy gal this weekend?! WOW, love the bright flowers with the purples! The card just sings! Great idea adding a list of names, addys and phone numbers for the new neighbors. Gotta remember that. xxD

Scrappin Chris said...

I love the way you did this. Using 2 images. What a great way to welcome neighbors.

Cindy (Stamp With Me Cindy G/Stamping Therapy) said...

Awesome! Looks like a very intensive card. You did such a wonderful job with the coloring and the detailing.

LINDA said...

OH I love it.. what a wonderful card.. Very beautiful..
Hugs, Linda