Wednesday, November 20, 2013

All Dressed Up For You


My inspiration card today features one of those darling images from All Dressed Up by Wendy Burns.  You'll find images like this plus many more in the shop.  We also have a challenge going on right now and would love for you to join.  Head on over to the All Dressed Up Challenge and play along with us this week.

Not a whole lot to say about my card.  I again used one of the embossed pieces of card stock that Mary sent me.  Looks just like snow - I guess......it's been a LONG time since I've seen the white flaky stuff!  I colored the image with Copics and paper pieced her hat.  The boots were covered in Glossy Accents and then Frantage sprinkled around the image. 

Thanks for stopping by..........
Lynn

23 comments:

Doreen said...

Love the image and fab colours,just gorgeous.xxx

Monica said...

Hi Lynn, this is oh so feminine and gentle and very pretty. It must be for your grand daughters I presume. I love the colouring and that snow effect around the darling little girl.
Love,
M

Donna Hanley said...

This is such a darling girly card. Love the paper piecing and I do love that vertical scallop strip. The frantage is perfectly distributed on your image. Enjoy your day.

Marilyn said...

I love this Lynn! First off, of course the image is gorgeous but I love that folder (and probably have to buy it!) and the Frantage looks fabulous!

Anne Temple said...

So sweet. Love the soft colors and the Frantage looks perfect around her. What a great embossing folder too.

Benzi said...

What a cutie and I love her paper pieced hat. The Frantage looks great.
That is a wonderful embossing folder and it sure does look like snow.

We get a big snow some years and nothing others. Hope we get some this year.

McCrafty's Cards said...

Gorgeous card Lynn, I like the sweet image and the embossing
Kevin xx

Tammy said...

Absolutely adorable Lynn! Love how you've frame the ribbon and the matching polkadot paper!

Linda Simpson said...

What a cutie! I love the colours and the gorgeous card Lynn.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Carol L said...

This is adorable with a capital "A!" Such a cute image and I simply must try that frantage one day soon!

Shirley said...

You are something else, Lynn! She is just to darn sweet for words and really elegant too with the background and embellishments you gave her!!

Maxine D said...

You have really made this image look fabulous Lynn - /the frantage echoes the embossing beautifully.
Blessings
Maxine

Bonnie said...

I love the scallop piece and her matching hat! And I don't know what Frantage is but I sure like it! We don't see much snow around here either but we do get a few flakes now and then.

MaryH said...

What a sweetie image, and loving the frontage work! Coloring is wonderbar, perfect oval shape, and loved the pretty pink scallop border matching her hat.You & Loll, the Paper Piecing Queens! Glad you are getting the use of the snow. Absolutely thrilled you got your pc back in port, and hope it was nothing drastic wrong. Did you see the shout-out I gave for your un-suspended tree card? I knew when I saw it, I was just gonna do major plagerization!!! Thanks for the inspiration. TFS & Hugs

Davi said...

Wow Lynn, I think this is gorgeous! I love the sweet image and the soft color you used, the embossing and pretty embellies are really outstanding with her :)

NanaConnie said...

What a sweet, girly card, Lynn! Love that background embossing and you're right, it does look like snow-- at least the kind we have on cards. :-D Who cares about the other kind that has to be shoveled and makes driving a hazard? I think we Californians and Texans have the right idea. :-D

Vivienne Holden said...

Beautiful in every way Lynn! xxx

Jessi Fogan said...

She is all dressed up! And so CUTE! Once again that Frantage is the PERFECT accent :)

Tammy said...

Awww this is so sweet Lynn! I love that image and your beautiful soft colors, the Frantage looks fabulous too!!
Hugs, Tammy

Shawna said...

How sweet is this card!

Nancy in Iowa said...

Cute to the MAX! I have GOT to put Frantage on my Christmas wish list!

scrappymo! said...

This is very pretty...wonderful image and I love the EF and the frantage!

Margaret said...

CUTE!! I have to agree that the background is a bit snowy (and I've seen plenty of the nasty white stuff-looks much better on your card!). This is such a sweet card!