Monday, June 8, 2009

Happy Monday evening!!

Hi there friends!



DON'T FORGET THE SALE AT THE TOWN SCRAPPER - ON TILL JUNE 10TH


FABULOUS DEALS ON EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!


I made another card this evening with a really sweet image from 'The Greeting Farm'. These images are available at 'The Town Scrapper.I had so much fun colouring the image cause they are large with happy faces!

I used Imaginisce DP - white and pink card stock. Imaginise Ribbon from Phebe as well!
I used my two largest oval Nestibilties both in plain and in scalloped. A large yellow heart button from my stash. Pearls from my stash. Fiskars Border Punch and of course I coloured with my Copics.


Here is my first picture:






Don't you think she is a doll?


Here is a close up of the side panel. I was able to thread the ribbon through the button and tie a bow.






Here is a close up of my little friend with her pearl button. It matches the pearls on each corner of the main card:







This was a really fun card to make. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.

STAY TUNED ~ Lots more cards coming.

Have a great week everyone. Thanks so much for visiting me :o)

Love Candy











8 comments:

Kim said...

What a fun card Candy!!! Love the bright colors!
Hugs~ Kim

Debby said...

Dang this is cute cute cute. You're coloring is awesome and I oh so love all these colors together.

Regina said...

Candy!!! Your card is so cute!!! I love the colors, the puch, the whole card.
Hugs
Regina

Sheri said...

So precious..the little added pearl is just the right touch!

Jacque said...

Candy, she is sooooo cute...love those papers and all the details...beautiful job...Hugs...Jacque

cabio's craft corner said...

Candy, she is so sweet & cute. Love all the girly colors you used and she is colored well too.
Hugs,
Cabio

Suzan L said...

Hi Candy, This card is soooo cute!! I love the little girl and the saying that you used. And, your coloring is just perfect!!
Hugs, Suzan

LINANNA DESIGNS said...

What a lovely card Candy, i love the image and those luscious papers you've used. Hugs Linda x