Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Daring to Digi- Winter Scene

More of my self-imposed challenge to use some of my craft CDs and digi images. I used two freebie CDs here.  The background was from Winter Wonderland (My Craft Studio?) and the woman from Deco Follies.  The woman's dress was a different colour and when I changed it in the editing package, her skin became blue too. So I printed the woman twice, one original and one blue and then cut out the dress and stuck it on. I then stuck her onto the background , using dimensional pads. One thing you can;t seee in the photo, that makes a big difference in real life, is that the image is sprayed with glitter. I also put some jewels in the trees.

Now, you may be thinking that it looks a bit chilly for her to be out in that dress. I'm thinking that she's some kind of mystical character, a snow queen or something. Or perhaps she's been at a party and drank a bit too much. The alcohol is blocking out the cold but she's feeling a bit dizzy and decided to have a little sit down....

I've used a couple of challenges to help me get started on this digi lark. They are Winter Wonderland at CD Sunday and Blue and White at Digital Tuesday.


Carol said...

Hello Marina. I have been having a rotten evening and the story about your card and the alchohol raised a smile and cheered me up. Thank you. It is a lovely card and thank you for joining us at Cd Sunday.
CD Sunday DT

Tess said...

Great card Marina. Love the snowflakes. Thanks for sharing with us this week at CD Sunday. x

Christine said...

Hi Marina, beautiful card and I love how you have combined both CD's.
Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week.
Christine xx
CD Sunday DT

Margarets designer cards said...

Beautiful card, love the way you have done the card.

Hazel said...

Like your story about the blue lady! lol It's turned out beautifully though, good on you. Hazel x Guest DT, CD Sunday

Maria Matter said...

gorgeous Marina!!!

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A beautiful card Marina. A great story to go with as well.

Sue x

Aquarius said...

A lovely card and your explanation made me smile

starcyl said...

You do have a great imagination Marina and you've made a fab card too. thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week.
Jenny x
CD Sunday DT

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

What a beautifully elegant card - thanks for joining the CD Sunday Challenge this week.

Wendy -x-

Purple Crazy said...

Fabulous and elegant card Marina, thanks for sharing with us at CD Sunday this week, Wendy x

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