Well here I am with a card to share, I bought the little wooden sentiment the other day in the Range (on sale!) It was a bag of different ones and I just knew what images I had tucked away that haven't seen the light of day for quite some time that would be perfect so this evening I set too and this is what I came up with. The papers are MME (2 or 3 years old now!), some ribbon from my stash and the image is by Louise Brigden and they are available from Charmed Cards and Crafts. I have loads of Louise's images as when I first started with digi images she released Dottie, closely followed by George and others and I have just realised that they have been tucked away on my hard drive for far too long so you may well see a few of them coming out to play. This image is from the Santa's Little Helpers collection and she has been coloured using copics and spectrums with copious amounts of glamour dust added for good measure! Kept it to a minimum as I really wanted the image and sentiment to stand out, I'm really pleased with how it turned out.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
ABC ~ A = Almost Christmas
Stampin' for the weekend ~ Use some red
OSAAT #193 ~ Seeing red
oh this is fab and love those wooden sentiments and yes i was thesame with louises images was only looking at them the other dayReplyDelete
What a great image to use with your sentiment Jac. Little Elf Helper looks very busy. This is a card sure to raise a big smile. Good luck in our challenge this week. Ingrid xx ( OSAAT Team )ReplyDelete
Hi Jac. I have these wooden sentiments too - aren't they fun! Love the card and its traditional colours! thanks for joining in at Friday Sketch Challenge. Rachael xReplyDelete
Fabulous card, and I love that sentiment!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week and good luck!
Very cute. Love the colors and paper. Thanks for playing at OSAAT. Hope to see you next time. Good luck.ReplyDelete
Just love your cute image. Coloring is fabulous! Perfect Sentiment. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT. Good luck. Maggie - DTReplyDelete