Thursday, 21 July 2011

At last - another card!

I've finally managed to get a bit of crafting done today!  There's no chance topping up my suntan with the dreadful weather we are having at the moment, so a great opportunity to get a little bit of card making started after my little break.

The cute little mouse image is from Meljen Designs and is coloured with pro markers.  I've used a cuttlebug polka dot embossing folder and a MS border punch.  The scallop die is from Nellie Snellen.  The sentiment stamp and the pale blue paper were both from magazine freebies.

I am going to enter this card into the following challenges:

Fab 'n' Funky - Animal Magic
Freshly Brewed - Animals
Paper pretties - embossing
Die cut dreams - Animal antics

Thanks for stopping by,



Sue B said...

Aww what a sweet card! Love the mouse and you've coloured him so beautifully! Looks gorgeous with the frame border and the embossing.

Hugs Sue xx

KraftyKoolKat said...

Fab card to get you back in the mood of crafting. Sorry about the weather you have returned to sweetie.


Heather D. ~ Fresh Brewed Designs said...

This is so sweet! I love how he looks as though he is shy and trying to hide the flower behind his back. The embossing and lacy diecuts are beautiful.

Thanks for getting wild with us this week at Freshly Brewed Challenges.

Heather D.

karen said...

Oh sooo cute, love the card design too, thanks for joining us at fab n funky this week, Karenx

VanessaB said...

what a cute little mouse and cute card! :)

Unknown said...

What a CUTE card... so soft and simple, with the little shy mouse!
Thank you for showing us your wild side at Fresh Brewed Designs this week!

Gale said...

Beautiful card. This is a wonderful image and I love how you have colored him!
Thanks for sharing your "Wild Side" with us at Fresh Brewed Designs! :) Gale

Dragonlady said...

Hi Amanda

The sun is bad for you anyway - nThank you for playing at Die Cut Dreams.

Hugs Ali xot like crafting!!!!! Great card.

Karen Howard said...

OMG, this is so cute! Love the image and your card design! Hugs, Karen