I used winter berry and a couple of greys to overlay to give me a broader range, but she's still ended up looking a little like she got dressed in the dark (my son's reaction was "Argh! Why has she ripped the snowman's head off?!", so perhaps she deserves a wardrobe malfunction...!)
I've added glaze to the snowflakes, the carrot, their eyes and her shoes. The backing papers are all from Nitwits and came free with a magazine. I've cut into the argyle-y one to frame the bottom of the digistamp. The pink crystals come from a candle making set from the early 90s - I can't bear to throw anything out, even if I can't see how I'll ever use it! The snowflake is a wooden lazercut, painted with white acrylic and decorated with glitter and a little button. And there you have it - one, out of character, pink card!
Entering into the following challenges: Paper Cupcake Pretty In Pink and I Love Promarkers Pretty In Pink.
Despite my protests, this was an enjoyable card to make and it's good to do something a little different to the norm.