Girls can be pirates too!

It´s been a long week, with too much work and so little time for crafting.... but this weekend I made two cards and finished a craft I started a few days ago.
I made another girly dragon to participate at Doodle Dragon Studios Challenge blog were I wanted to show that girls can be pirates too
I printed two dragons (one of them flipped horizontally) and colored them with colored pencils. The paper boat is made by folding a sheet of last year´s phone directory, I doodled the waves over an old book page that I sponged with aquamarine acrilic paint and glued it all on a base of cardboard.
I made the flag with a scrap of black paper and I doodled a skull and crossbones with a white gel pen.
I love how it turned out, it can be used as a table decoration for a pirate party!
The other two cards I´ll show them tomorrow once I´ve taken pictures of them with daylight.

I got another award!
this one was given to me by the so talented Elizabeth of Softpencil. Thank you so much!!


Marilyn Webb said...

Hi Ileana, glad to see you got your creativity flowing again, your girlie dragons are gorgeous!! Congrats on your award.
hugs Marilyn

Catherine said...

What a lovely creation and a sweet idea ! Love it to bits ! Smiles from Catherine

Saskia said...

WOW!!!!! Lovely idea, so creative!!!!!!

Saskia :)

grandmalee said...

I don't know how I missed this one! I love it! I'm also obsessed with Dustin Pike images & I see you are too! You always go the extra step to make it even more special & this project is another example of this! Awesome work!