Making a scene – with Bonbon Belles

More Polkadoodles today!

This is actually one of the beaux from the new Polkadoodles BonBon Belles CD-rom, which I was very fortunate to win this brand new CD-Rom on the Graph-It Challenge blog.   I imported the individual digi images into Serif CraftArtist and arranged them to make a picture.  This was copied so that I had two the same, then I added the ship to one and the pirate to the other.  Behind the shipimage I imported a digi paper from the CD called Clouds – this would be the inside of my card and my backdrop.

I made a side fold A5 landcsape card and cut down the front as the front would only be 1/2 height with the scene showing the pirate image.  Both images were coloured with Promarkers and the sand was added using chalk.

Front of the card:

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Partially opened:

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The inside:

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Here are today’s challenges:

http://lovetocreatechallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ – fairytale/fantasy

http://promarkerchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ – create a scene

http://mytimetocraftchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ – brown/turquoise

http://brownsugarchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ – anything goes

http://pinkgemchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk/ – anything but square

http://www.4craftychicks.blogspot.co.uk/ – let’s hear it for the boys

http://craftingforallseasons.blogspot.co.uk/ – bingo (blue/digi/lemon)

http://chocolatecoffeecards.blogspot.co.uk/ – life’s a beach

http://365cards.blogspot.co.uk/ – inside out

http://www.craftdoormagazine.com/ – anything goes

http://colorthrowdown.blogspot.co.uk/- colour challenge

Thanks for stopping by and a special thank you to GraphIts Challenges for my prize and giving me the opportunity to play with such fabby artwork.

Leona x x

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