Friday, April 13, 2012

Dilly Beans, ABC Challenge, and The Altered Alice

Happy Friday!  I usually have Fridays off, but I'm working for a few hours today.  I worked some extra hours this week, which will be nice when I get paid!  :)  We have a new challenge for you today at:

I used Day of the Dead Frida, colored with Prismacolor pencils & mineral spirits and Prismacolor markers.  I found the pink and black digital paper at Free Vintage Digital Stamps.

My next card is for the:

ABC Challenge - M is for Magic

I used the beautiful mermaid image from Dilly Beans, colored with Prismacolor markers, Prisamcolor pencils & mineral spirits, and Copic markers.  DP is from Authentique.  Punch, ribbon, and rub-on sentiment are from SU!  I also used Dazzling Diamonds glitter from SU! on her tail.

And my next cards are for:

I love these images, I printed them on Very Vanilla cardstock and kept them simple.   I used a red Prismacolor marker to color the roses on the 2nd card.  DP on the top card is a digital paper from CS Designs. DP on the bottom card is from Stampin' Up!


  1. These are awesome especially the pink and black one!

  2. Oh wow, you have been busy. Loving these card - black and white with a splash of colour = gorgeous.

    Hugs, Mette

  3. they are both just great.. I love your astetic...and your style is so unique, everything you do is a little different and more creative than the last.. I enjoy your page

  4. Frida looks lovely in pink and black and that mermaid is sooo cute. Lovin' your Alice cards, too. Thanks for joining us at The Altered Alice for our splendidly dressed challenge. xxD

  5. love the pink and black one, alice in wonderlands cards are cute to, the mermaid is colored perfectly

  6. Love your cards Jenn! Great Dilly Beans card - I'm a big fan of pink & black! Love the "Alice" cards too!!

  7. Jenn, these are all so awesome. i love the black and white Alice pieces and the day of the dead frida is masterful! xo

  8. Jenn I LOVE your Alice cards! They are stunning in black and white with just a touch of red for the black tie and absolutely "Splendid". Thanks for playing with us at The Altered Alice!


  9. Thanks for playing along with The Altered Alice! The black and ivory color scheme is so elegant and I love the original Tenniel illustrations. Very, very nice!