Sunday, 17 August 2014

A little thank you

Just recently through parts of the summer holidays Ria has been spending some time doing work experience at local vets and she asked me if I could make some Thank You cards and having seen a card I made for an upcoming post she knew just what image she wanted me to use so here is the first one.  I'm sorry it's not a very good picture as the papers have a bit of a sheen to them.  I decided to go with a C&S monochromatic card.

The swirls at the top, middle and bottom of the card are cut with an Xpress Border Die, the circles are spellbinders and I added faux stitching, the image is 'Bandaged Up' and is from Crafty Sentiments Designs and is coloured with spectrums and the card is finished with a peel off sentiment.





















I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Love to Create #128 ~ Inspired by a book, song or movie ~ Dr Dolittle
Tuesday Throwdown #208 ~ Sketch
The Paper Shelter #169 ~ Punches and/or dies
Sentimental Sundays #220 ~ Monochromatic colours
TFL

5 comments:

  1. Love your use of the sketch with that poor little kitty! I am very glad you entered this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I hope you had fun!!! See you back very soon to play in another fun challenge.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com
    Tuesday Throwdown DT

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  2. Love your use of the sketch with that poor little kitty! I am very glad you entered this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I hope you had fun!!! See you back very soon to play in another fun challenge.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com
    Tuesday Throwdown DT

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  3. Gorgeous card and I love your diecuts and punches. Thanks for joining us at TPS, good luck with the challenge. hugs Shirleyxxxxx

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  4. Fabulous take on the sketch Jac, love the card. Thank you for joining us this week at Tuesday Throwdown for our 'Sketch' challenge. Kerry, DT xx

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  5. Love your card and thank you for joining us at The Paper Shelter blog.
    Greetings, Marianne

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