Saturday, 14 August 2010

Play Date Cafe Challenge 42. Yo Ho Ho

These are the lovely colours chosen by Sarah this week at the Playdate Cafe Challenge.

I need a birthday card for a young man in Wales who is going to be 7 soon, so I made this card for him:
The background was made using Distress Inks - Vintage Photo, Tumbled Sage and Broken China and the edge of the card was inked with Vintage Photo.  The sand was stamped with A Stamp in the Hand stamp.
The Pirate and Ship were coloured with Copics and the map was coloured with Distress Inks and then decoupaged.
The Palm tree was made using a Basic Grey Stamp and the sentiment is Hero Arts.
Oval punch and Oval Scallop punch are Stampin' Up.
There is a little bit of Stickles glitter glue on the sea but it doesn't show up on the photo.

Thanks for looking. X

10 comments:

Cath Wilson said...

Oh what a fun scene you've created there. I love it and love how you've made all the elements - the sand and the treasure map are brilliant!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Darling birthday card and fabulous scene you've created! Thanks for playing with the Play Date Cafe!!

Michele said...

Fab card - I love it! x

Suzanne C said...

Adorable pirate scene! What a fun birthday card using the colors. Thanks for joining us at the PDCC this week!

Julie Ranae said...

So cute Anne and a great card for a birthday boy! Thanks for playing with us in The Cafe.

Paul said...

Fantastic card, beautifully illustrated with wonderful detail. Perfect for a young chap. Px

Neet said...

I love it. Am sure the young recipient will be delighted when he gets this.

Lisa Somerville said...

What a wonderful scene you created, I'm sure he'll love it! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

What a fun card-I love that little guy! SO cute:) Great job on the color story:) Thanks for playing along and joining in the fun at the PDCC:)

Elise said...

Goodness, gracious! This is such a fun scene! Your coloring skills are exceptional! I'm smitten! So glad you shared this and YOUR talent with the PDCC this week! Yipeeee!