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Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Sunflower Smooches


There's a different challenge at House Mouse this week, to use a faux grid. I made mine on a piece of lightweight card that I'd sprayed with Glimmer Mist. I scored lines 1/2" apart and emphasized them with some Distress Ink in Scattered Straw and Peeled Paint. The image is called Sunflower Smooches, isn't it beautiful? It's another Ebay bargain stamp :), it's coloured with Copics. I've followed the sketch for this week's CPS Challenge. The background paper is Basic Grey's Nook & Pantry, I've used a punch on the Glimmer Misted paper and green card to make the flowers, ribbon, brads and little green label are from stash and the sentiment is Papermania. Phew, I think that's the lot!

Almost all the snow has gone now, it's just sticking where it was piled up or on north facing nooks and crannies. I do hope the threat of more tomorrow is wrong, though it does mean I'll get more crafting done if I can't get to the outside chores :)

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, very sweet! Love the color combo!
    Glitterbee hugs!

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  2. Anne I like so much about this card, great layout, wonderful color combo, your coloring is great and I love those little flowers. Wonderfully done.

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  3. Adorable, love how you made the grid. Great take on that cps sketch, too.

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  4. Hi Anne stunning card cute image, great take on the challenge thanks for joining us at HM&F this wk.

    Hugs Christine xx

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  5. aww, Anne, this is so cute! I just love your house mouse stamps! So darling!! :)

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  6. Hi Anne, gorgeous card, love your orange and pink together, great image and grid work.
    Thanks for playing along with us at HM&F.
    hugs Heather xx

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  7. A beautiful stamp colored beautifully! I love how you did your grid. Very clever.

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  8. Beautiful piece! Your colors are wonderful! Thanks for joining us at HM&F!

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