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Autism Awareness Challenge April 2, 2011

Posted by Danielle in Crafts.
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Here is my card for the Copic Musketeers’ Austim Awareness challenge for April.

Stef of Glitterbabe’s Digis has donated the ribbon digital image for our challenge, and you can find it on her blog.  She also created a wonderful globe image with sentiments that you can purchase at her store.  Please visit the Copic Musketeers blog (click the badge on my sidebar) in order to read the details on the challenge.  You can win digital images, Cryogen paper, or a brand new Bind It All!  All the proceeds from the sale of the Autism Special will go toward Autism Awareness.  For this card, the striped paper is from My Sentiments Exactly; the solid cardstock is from Archivers.  I colored the images with a combination of Neopiko 2 and Copic markers, and then I sprayed them with Frost Shimmer Spritz.  It really gives them a lot of sparkle, don’t you think?

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1. Melanie - April 3, 2011

Danielle, this came out wonderful. I love the sparkle. The paper matches perfectly with the colored image.

2. Julia Vazquez - April 3, 2011

Hi Danielle! Love the card. It’a beautiful thing to be part of this event.
Hugs,
Julia

3. Rhonda Price - April 6, 2011

Lovin the sparkles. Was the paper sparkly before you colored it or before?

Danielle - April 7, 2011

Rhonda, I used Shimmer Spritz for the sparkle. Before that, there was zero sparkle on the cardstock. It’s really shiny, isn’t it?

4. Kate P. - April 7, 2011

Love this bright and funky card – totally upbeat!

5. Lisa Haines - April 8, 2011

Hi Danielle – Your card came out wonderful and I am very touched that you girls are sponsoring such a wonderful challenge this month.

I think Awareness for any health condition, is very important! Autism touches many lives and I was happy to help do my little part to join in and donate!

Hugs,
Lis

6. Ann D - April 28, 2011

Fantastic card Danielle; it looks beautiful!


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