My image is my own digi-image that I named Moonlit Sands, available in my shop, Delicious Doodles. You may have seen her a few posts ago in full colour. I had scanned the colour version into my computer. What I did with this version is turn my colour image into a greyscale in photoshop, then in my QuarkExpress programme that I use to make my cards with, I turned the greyscale brown to make a sort of sepia image out of it.
The papers I matched it all with are from Tinker & Co. Can't link to the shop there at the mo, as Jo is revamping her website. Until then you can get some of her yummy stuff off her blog. You can't see much of it, but the left hand side has a strip of paper that I used a MS border punch on, wrapped round with a few bits of ribbon from the stash.
This also fits a couple of other challenges. At Papertake Weekly the challenge is to use 'Flowers'. Not too hard there then - lol. And at Charisma Cardz the challenge is to make something 3Dimensional. My flowers are the 3D items here, hope that's OK?
Right, it seems as though I have to go over the blooming park AGAIN. The kids are off for a long weekend - Thursday to Tuesday - ugh! I tought my youngest to ride her bike without stabilisers yesterday, and she is so excitied about it that it seems like I'll have to set my bed up over there. I was lucky to get this card done for today. Hope I'll get time for the rest of my DT stuff. . .