Spotlight on Purple

The deadline for the challenge at Cards In Envy is tomorrow. I have been working on this card for two weeks — not because it is complicated but because why does life have to interrupt creativity? I am sure more than a few of you agree with me and know exactly where I am coming from. So this morning I decided to get this card done and here it is 4:00 PM and I am just now finishing it. I am a volunteer for SAS4KIDS and this card will be going to St. Christopher’s Hospital Philadelphia.

March-2016-Purple

So now you are probably laughing because I used a pre-colored digi! Why yes I did. This one is from Imagine That! digis by Kris. For the purple I used two shades of cardstock to showcase the purple boots and the dragonfly is from Hero Arts and I colored it yellow to coordinate with the yellow one in the boots (although I think it may be a little too big for the design — but oh well, if I change it now it will be Christmas before I get this finished). I also used MFT rectangles and the Sentiment is from Stamps of Life stamped in Versa Fine and clear embossed on vellum.

I will be linking this up to Imagine That! as well as Cards In Envy.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

9 thoughts on “Spotlight on Purple

  1. Lovely card Anne and i love that you’re making cards for those in the hospital. Very sweet 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing your creation in our new FB Group at Imagine That! digis by Kris 🙂

  2. Anne, this is such an adorable card. I love liliacs and the light purple embossed paper is perfect. Great dragonfly next to your sentiment. So glad that you could join us this month in our Spring theme at Imagine That, and hope to see again next month, Lisa Lynn DT.

  3. Super cute card Anne..and what a fabulous cause..
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Imagine That Challenge at the Creative Playground….

    luv CHRISSYxx

  4. Great creation, love the image and wonderful layout! Thanks so much also for playing along at Imagine That! Challenge at Creative Playground. Hugs:) Audrey DT

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