Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Back From The Summer Break. It is Anything Goes Over at Ike's World challenge

Good morning so excited it is for a new Ike's World challenge

This week’s theme is Anything Goes

Today I have chosen to use Greek Window from Ike’s Art.  and you can find it HERE 
Ike has drawn the image so beautifully. I am using this image for a friend’s wedding Anniversary they honeymooned on the Greek Island of Rhodes and the image behind the window is Haraki Bay where they stayed. The papers are Papermaina Capsule collection. I have coloured the image with Promarkers and Fleximarkers

So pop over to Ike's World challenge   and see all the other wonderful DT creations. Hope to see you there.

Your Prize for playing along in this Challenge is a $15 voucher for IKEsART digis ... but don’t forget.... only those creations which use an IKEsART image are eligible to be voted upon for the Prize and Top 3. Please visit IKE’s SHOP


ambacrafts said...

What a beautiful card Ginny. Reminds me of our honeymoon :-)

Margarets designer cards said...

Lovely card, gorgeous image

Mimi said...

This is such a beautiful card Ginny, I feel I am being whisked away to a different location with a beautiful view from my craft room instead of a great big will :) :) :) Loving the dark die cuts agains the soft background - striking :) Hugs Jane xxx

sandra flynn said...

wow super card Ginny ... and I am sure your friends will love it ... what a lovely memory for them ... thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely message ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

Lorraine said...

A fabulous card Ginny. Lovely image and colours
Lorraine x

Sue said...

How gorgeous Ginny, I love the image and beautiful detailing.
sue xx

Dora said...

This is gorgeous Ginny.. love the window and piestra tile die looks fab there :) xx

ike said...

A fabulous card Ginny and such an awesome idea with the photo behind the window. I hope they loved it very much :-D
Great to have you with me on my DT :-D
IKE xxx

Sall said...

Now if only I had that view out my window I'd be a happy girly. What a wonderful image and what a perfect way to use it.