This is the last ever challenge for the Ladybugs and I was delighted when Kerry asked all the old DTs and GDTs if they would like to join in and use their "favourite LCI image" for this final challenge. I "met" Kerry through winning one of her giveaways a couple of years ago whilst trying to find the maker of one of my favourite ever stamps...Martini Nikki. I use this stamp so much, it is perfect for women's cards. Of course I had to choose this one for the final challenge.
I decided to make something special for such a special occasion. Here is my contribution;
Downrightcrafty (thanks so much x)
It was so hard to photograph so here are some close ups;
I coloured her with my Promarkers and highlighted with a little Prismacolor pencil. The roses have extra Stickles glitter for some bling.
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;
We do doobadoo add texture
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday anything goes
Divas by Design happy birthday
PanPastel UK pink, pink and more pink
Loves Rubberstamps anything goes
Crafty sentiments anything goes
Crafting from the heart anything goes
Dream Valley flowers
Kerry would love to see as many people as possible entering her final ever challenge, "Choose your favourite image". She would love to see you use one of her cling or digi stamps but your can also enter using other stamps or digi images too. There are 2 prizes, one for the challenge and one for the person who uses a LCI image.
The details of the challenge can be found here.
There is also a grand clear out sale over at her web site with stamps from £1 and 30% off ribbons, buttons, felt and nail heads. Pop over and grab some bargains whilst they last here at the web site and please feel free to take the banner and spread the word. The sale ends on 30th September.
I would like to thank Kerry for all the consistent hard work she has put into Ladybug Crafts Ink. Through her crafting creativity I found a wonderful person who I count as a great friend. As I am sure Martini Nikki would be saying as she sips her Champers..."Cheers to you Kerry!"
Bye for now,