Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Dueling Darlings

Today is reveal day for our monthly challenge at Splitcoast Stampers for the Dueling Darlings.  LJ and Darlene chose the theme for June.
I did a little coloring of my image and then added some of the goodies that were sent in my bag. This is what I did with the challenge.  If you would to check out what some of the other members did, just click on their link below.
Debbie ** The Ink Igloo
Jeanette **
Paola **  (SAMA - Homemade Cards, Rubber Stamp Art, & Paper Crafts - Please check her gallery!
Shelly ** My creative rumblings
Terry A ** For now, here's her gallery: Splitcoaststampers Member Galleries - PurplePansy26 - Handmade Cards & Crafts
Terry L ** It's Totally Terry

Darlene ** The World According to Bijou


MiamiKel said...

Gorgeous coloring Tracie - and a fun shape to cut out the image, it gives your image a great focal point!

Love how you added so much of the kit to your card!

Shelly Schmidt said...

You rocked this card and duel!!! I love the coloring, I love the frame and how you added DP and embellishments. And you found just the perfect way to add so many of the elements! Awesome card : )

Carol W said...

Wow Tracie I love how you added color to your image. I love the way you used the dsp and the layout you chose. It works perfectly, you created a beautiful card!!!

djones said...

Oh my gosh! I love what you did to the image! The way you colored it and cut it out! It is amazing. And that bow is perfect. Teach me how to tie bows like that, please!

Barb said...

Great card Tracie--I love the design and the bow is just perfect! Way to rock the challenge this month!

Darlene LeTavec said...

Oh. My. Word!!!! What a great design. I am in love with your coloring of the image, and the round window die cut to frame the pup is so cool. This card is a real keeper!

:: BlueInks :: said...

I really like how you colored the image! It looks like a great Christmas ornament actually. Good job this round.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Tracie, your DDD card is adorable! I love the way you put it all together!