Sunday, 18 August 2013

Lacy Sunshine #15 - Girls, Girls, Girls!

It's time for a new challenge over at Lacy Sunshine!  The theme is Girls, Girls, Girls - so an image of a girl needs to feature on your project.

For my card I have used the gorgeous Anousha New Delhi City Girl - I decided to colour her as a European traveller, as I need a bit more practise on darker hair and skin tones with my Copics!

I teamed Anousha up with a stamp by Jayne Nestorenko of the Taj Mahal, and a spellbinder border die to add an Asian feel to my card.

So, back to the challenge... Anyone can enter, but your image must be hand coloured - the winners prize is 5 digi images of choice from the Lacy Sunshine Shop and a winners blinkie for your blog. There will also be a Top Three who will each receive a blinkie and 1 of Heather's digis. 

There is also a new Loyalty Program for Lacy Sunshine Challenges digis, information can be found in the rules section of the 
Challenge Blog.

Materials Used:
Lacy Sunshine - Anousha New Delhi City Girl digi image
Copics - E00, E01, E02, E31, E33, E35, E50, BG000, YG61, YG63, YG67, YR15, YR16, YR18, R81, R83, R85
Jayne Nestorenko - Grande Journeys Taj Mahal stamp
Chocolate Baroque - patterned paper
Spellbinder - Persian Accent dies
Whiff Of Joy - orange gems
Hunkydory - card blank


  1. A fabulous card Mandy, I love the colours and dies you've used x

  2. Woow she is gorgeous! Love the borders! is it a die cut or a cutting machine file?

    1. Thanks! Its a Spellbinder border from the Persian Accents set - and the top piece is the "waste" from cutting the border.
      Mandy x

  3. This is totally fabulous! I love the die cuts and stamp you have paired up with her. They really are totally awesome.

  4. Mandy, you really did outstanding coloring on this, and I love your layout too. Sets her off perfectly. Love it!!! xxxooo

  5. ooh this is fab.. a fried of mine wants me to make Eid cards .. nect time it comes around.. will have to remember this
    Lisa x

  6. This card is fantastic Mandy! I love the way you bring the whole card into a "scene".. <3


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