Saturday 15 February 2020

Just To Say...

Here is a new digi stamp I got from the Paper Shelter, ideal for today's teenager.  Now I need one similar, but for a boy...

The funky papers I have used are very old ones from The Paper Cellar.  The sentiment stamp on the die cut is from LOTV.  I have placed a die cut doily behind my image, I didn't want one too lacy as I didn't think it would go with the modern theme of the card.  I have coloured my image with promarkers and added a bit of glossy accents to her eyes.  I then punched and fussy cut a circle, adding a black gem to make the pacman.  A few card candi and the card is done.


Tuesday Morning Sketches 541 - Sketch
Paper Shelter 414 - With A Sentiment
Simon Says Wednesday - Two or More Patterned Papers
Allsorts 559 - Dies and/or Punches
Di's Digis - Use A Digi Image 
My Besties February - Anything Goes

Thanks for looking.


Ellibelle said...

Super cute card! Love all the pretty colors and her wonderful pink hair!
Thanks so much for joining us at Allsorts challenge this week where our theme is dies and/or punches!
Ellibelle's Corner

Andrea W said...

Fun mix of papers! I really like the colors and youthful image. So glad you joined us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

Hazel (Didos) said...

This is super, Love the colours, Hazel x

Kathleen said...

Great choice of colours for the lovely image and some great papers. Thank you for joining our 'Dies or Punches' challenge at Allsorts.

Kath x

Debbie said...

Cute card! That's a fun image!
Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!
Debbie ~ TMS DT
Debbie's Dash of This and That

Linby said...

So sweet and good use of your dies.
Thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts.
Lynn x

Priya said...

Wonderful card. Thanks for joining us at The paper Shelter
DT Priyadarshini

Arteconpapelmaderaehilos said...

Super cute card! Thanks you for joining with us at MY Besties International. Good luck with your entry
Maritza DT

Raelma Mousinho said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us at My Besties Challenge International blog!