Over at the Wild Orchid Challenge the topic is a BINGO board. Oh I do like a BINGO board as it gives you the options on what to pick for your card. For my card I have gone with both daignonals so it would either be gems-flowers-ribbon/lace or pins-flowers-emboss.
For my card I have used a Crafts and Me digital image called Aliah by the ever so talented Hannah Lynn. I have coloured the image with my Promarkers and then used a tearing ruler around the edge and emphasised the edge with a pink chalk ink pad. The backing papers are from the Crafty Individuals pad I used the other day and are very spring-like which is what I wanted. I have embossed a piece of pink mirri card with a small Docrafts daisy embossing folder that I got free with a Creativity! Magazine. The card has been finished off with some Wild Orchid Crafts cherry blossoms and instead of cutting off the wire I have wound it around my wooden Dawn Bibby pokey tool to add a bit of dimension, gems, decorative pins,Craftwork Cards sentiment, lace, flowers, and some gingham ribbon.
I am also entering this card into the Crafts and Me challenge this week which is "light and airy spring colours".