Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Belles n whistles card

I have had a very busy morning so far. I wont go into to many details but a little over a year ago i was a witness to a incident that happened, so today i had to got to court as a prosecution witness. I was so worried about it, so worried that my M.E started to act up. Thankfully it didnt take to long so i was able to get home and have a nap. I wanted to get this post done today as i have another project lined up that i want to do tomorrow and show you.
 So on to the card, unfortunately i have only 1 belles n whistles stamp(which you have already seen) and so wanted to join in with the sketch they have. I am very picky with sketches, as i dont like to put too many different things on my cards. The sketch is lovely just want i like, i have followed the sketch but have rotated it 90 degrees anti-clockwise to suit my stamp better.






Stamp-belles n whistles, beary big hugs
Flowers-a selection from wild orchid crafts
Spellbinders nestabilities large deckled rectangles
Dollies-a selection from bizzy becs
DP-both prima, shabby chic collection "sweets"(blue), watercolour rainbow collection "whimsy"(pink)

Challenges
belles n whistles-sketch
wild orchid challenge-say it with flowers

Hope everyone is having a good week.


x laura x

5 comments:

Chris said...

Such a gorgeous card Laura and I love your colouring and sweet image. I think it's great how you turned the sketch to suit the stamp, it works beautifully. Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog, I really appreciate it. Chris x

April Rose said...

This is lovely--such a cute image, and beautifully colored! The papers and roses are fabulous too! Thank you for joining our first challenge at Wild Orchid Challenges!
Hugs,
April

Chelsea said...

Beautiful card Laura.
Those papers are so sweet and pretty.
Your take on the sketch is beautiful.
Luv,
Chelsea

Iris said...

This is adorable! Great take on the sketch! thanks for playing along at BNW.

Hugs,
Iris

Audhild said...

This is beautiful. Thank you for joining us at the BNW challenge