Tuesday, 10 December 2013

High Hopes Challenge #198

Our new challenge at High Hopes is to
Add some metal
So brads, charms, staples, etc, just make sure to use a High Hopes stamp to enter and be in with the chance to win a new one of your choice!

My image is The Thundering Rogue - I usually colour this in 'pirate' colours, but thought I'd go a bit snazzy and match my DP instead!  Added a bit of sparkle to the wave tips and flag, and clear gloss to the windows ... though now that I think of it, did they have glazed windows back in ye olde days? LOL

Other challenges
Crafty Girls #7 - anything goes
Pile it On #48 - P is for ... Pirates
Sister Act #36 - anything goes
A gem of a challenge #109 - anything goes

10 comments:

  1. That is one cool pirate ship, Lynne, in those colors. I don't know if they had glazed windows or just no windows...Ha ha That's a cute charm you added.

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  2. What a fabby image Lynne you have coloured it really well it looks an old ship that has been battered a bit so you have created a wonderful effect, super papers and I love that anchor charm
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  3. Wonderful card, Lynne! That ship looks beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Cute card!! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Girls Challenges! Angie-DT

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  5. Oh I love the colourful Thunder Rogue it brilliant.
    luv
    Debby

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  6. Fabulous card, I love theat little anchor charm :o)
    Jackie xx

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  7. Gorgeous card and image, thank you for joining us at Crafty Girls this fortnight xx

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  8. Now that's the sort of ship I'd like to set sail in! Fab card, thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge xx

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  9. Fabulous 'P' project!
    Thanks for playing at Pile It On!
    Happy New Year!
    Helen x

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  10. What a FABULOUS card!!!! Great job!
    Thanks for joining us last month at PIO!
    Happy New Year!
    Have a GREAT day!

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