Monday, 29 March 2010

A springtime birthday card

This card is for the sketch for challenge 53 on Creative Inspirations:

It's also for:

Corrosive 57: 'spring theme' - with a daffodil the card is for a spring birthday
Going grey (Scrap-creations) 3: 'spring' - I've used BG papers - lime rickey and marrakech
Colour challenge TCP102 on Dancing in Pajamas:

I used one of my favourite daffodil stamps again, this time leaving out the rectangular frame - coloured with copics (printed on yellow paper).

Look what I caught!

This card is for the Papertake 37 sketch:



It's also for:

Cards and things colour challenge 25:

My time to craft 84: 'make it manly'
Cute Daisy May: 'for the boys!' (although I'm not sure you'd call this image 'cute'!)
Penny's: 'another birthday challenge'
Pile it on 12: 'animal-riffic!' (well, a fish is an animal ...)
Crafty Ann 11: 'make something for someone special' - birthday card for a special man
Simple doodles 14: 'add some layers'
Sunflowers and dragonflies 35: 'they say it's your birthday'
Etsy inspired 81: 'Ponder and stitch' - inspired for the colours by this item

Papers are 'stars and stripes' collection by Nancy Watt (free with Making cards magazine) and the stamp is Paper Nation fisherman, coloured with copics.

Butterfly or fairy?

This card is for Mercy sketch 66:

I've used a beautiful digi image called 'butterfly swirl' designed by Karen for Dewdrop Craftz - I won it and have already used it before and know it's a digi that I'll want to use again and again.

I used pink, black and white for the Monday challenge on Apron strings (ooops - just discovered this was last week - oh well!)

And I'm just scraping in at the last minute (again!) for 'fairy, fairy' on Cute Daisy May - I know that this image is called a butterfly, but I hope she qualifies too as a fairy!

It's also for Tuesday trigger 'butterfly dreams' on Moxie fab world and another for Crazy amigo 'butterflies'. I'm linking too for Created by hand 'my heart dances' and Die cut dreams 41: 'black, white and one other colour'.

What a silly I am - I used ribbon that has a black and pink pattern on a white background, but now most of it is covered by the image and bow - d'oh!