Sunday, May 30, 2010

New Hanglar Only Challenge Blog & Pirate Ahoy!

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Happy Memorial Day Weekend if you are living here in the U.S. and Happy Sunday to everyone else! I hope your weekend was as fabulous as mine so far and that you can also enjoy nice and warm weather! First I like to share some news with you, for my card scroll a little further down!

I have some GREAT news for you today. My DT sisters Ilona, Marina, Nicolchen (from ISB-DT) and I have decided to start a new challenge blog. Well, yes I know there are a lot of challenge blogs out there already! BUT this one is a special one :-) This is going to be a Hänglar only challenge blog. Because we like these cute images and I know a lot of you do too we thought they need to have an own challenge blog dedicated to them.  And here it is, may I present to you:



Our first challenge will be starting very soon, on Wednesday June 2nd! So check out our new challenge blog for all the details and challenge rules.  Rules and blog postings will  soon also be available in English. I hope you like to join us and if you like to post about the new Hänglar challenge blog on your own blog  you are more then welcome to do so, we would really appreciate it. Let everybody know about it. I'm looking forward seeing your Hänglar creations there soon!

  
Pirate Ahoy! - is the theme for my little card set I like to show you today. I used Magnolia's Jolly Roger Tilda stamped her with Archival Ink on 140 lb / 300g hot pressed watercolor (mine is from Lanaquarelle)  paper and colored her using my Distress Inks. It was the first time for me to color on hot pressed watercolor paper and I must say I LOVE it, much better than cold pressed or even rough. It is very smooth compared to the others and a dream to color on as well as to stamp on. 

I used the fab sketch from the ongoing Cute Stamps & Cards challenge, designed by Claudia. At Magnolia Down Under Challenges this weeks challenge is Flowers, I'm also entering my card there.





The large Jolly Roger is a Cuttlebug die which I found on sale recently at my local craft store. DP is from Glitz Design, CS is Bazzill & Best Occasion. Flowers are from Magnolia and are highlighted with some Stickles. I also used the Spellbinders Fleur di Lis Pendant (inside and out)





 






And because I'm always having problems fitting my decorated cards into regular envelopes I decided to make a box for my card this time, instead of putting her in an envelope.

 

I made the box with a little 'shaker window'. So if it's closed you can still have a peek of what's inside. ;-)








I hope you like my little card & box set. Oh and before I forget of course here is a list of the distress ink colors I've used:

Tattered Rose, Antique Linen, Tea Dye, Brushed Corduroy, Walnut Stain, Black Soot, Aged Mahagony, Pumice Stone, Old Paper, Tumbled Glass



Love and Hugs,

16 comments:

Christina C. said...

OMG, I am so happy to know that we will have a Hanglar challenge box. I am THRILLED!!!!!!!!!!!
Your card and envelope box are phenomenal, Iris! Beautiful work!!!

Jane said...

This is absolutely stunning Iris!!! Love the gorgeous colour scheme and all your amazing details and your shaker box lid is just incredible!!! hugs, Jane xxx

Kathy said...

WOW this is such a beautiful card Iris!!! I love the colors and details and your coloring always blows me away!!! Love this!
:)Kathy

Elise said...

Iris!!!!!!! A Hanglar challenge blog?!!!!! I'm gonna jump right out of my chair! OMG! That's AWESOME!!!!! I'll make sure to put it on my blog! Congratulations my dear!!!!

And wow wow wow, your creation is absolutely STUNNING! Your colouring skills are simply FANTABULOUS as always!!!! These background colors so compliment Tilda perfectly!!!! What a GORGEOUS set!!! love love love!

Big Hugs to you!
Elise

Ilona said...

Wow - Iris - was für ein Set!!!

Es ist absolut bezaubernd und gefällt mir mächtig gut - die Farben, die Coloration und die tolle Box dazu, Phantastisch :o)

Ich wünsche Dir einen guten Start in die Woche
Liebe Grüße & Knuddels
Ilona

Karen said...

GOOD GOLLY GOSH you have been a busy girl!! Totally Fab:-) Thanks so much for joining in this week at MDUC
Hugs
Karen
xxx

Kerry said...

Gorgeous card. I love the skeleton head - really good accerssorie. Love Kerry xx

Riet said...

Wowww Iris,zo beautiful,i love your images and your papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Agnes van Hensbergen - agnesstampcards said...

Fabulous card,loveley image and youre coloring is perfect.Thanks for joining us by cute stamps and cards.

Hugs agnesxx

Karen said...

Wow, that's really lovely! I like the colour and your interpretation off the sketch in this pirate theme! Good job!
Hugs,
Karen.

Lori aka Lo Lo said...

WoW, WoW, WoW...stunning! The card is beautiful inside and out. Fab colouring. The box is sooo pretty. I luv the shaker window. What a fab idea!

xoxo,
Lori

Yvonne Hagane said...

Wow, what a stunning piece of art! It is obvious that you put a lot of work into your creations and it`s so well worth it!! Just beautiful.

Computermietze said...

Wow die schaut ja richtig "cool" aus... Die Farbwahl, die Coloration, einfach ALLES PERFEKT!!!!!

Sol said...

I am looking forward to a Hanglar Challenge :) I tried to push the Logo button.. But I did not find any adress...??? Not ready yet?? Just wanted you to know. :)

Sol said...

Now I tried the one on your side bar! NOW linked on my blog! :) Thank you! :)

debbies said...

Ooohhh I adore Hanglars and can't wait for this challenge blog to start.

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