Monday, 30 June 2014

Swing When You're Winning...

I managed to grab a little crafting time yesterday and used one of the images I won at House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge recently. I just love this little guy. It was such a treat to be able to pick this stamp out as part of my prize...



Copics and Prismacolour Pencils were my weapons of choice for colouring.

The sentiment was definitely my inspiration for the card and I think it goes really well with the image. As you can see there's lots of my wibbly sewing too... More practise needed I think...


I thought I'd show you the inside of this card for a change. Not super-exciting, I know, but I really liked the Basic Grey paper I used for the Sentiment. I'll be able to write my message neatly on it and I think it contrasts nicely with the gorgeous Teresa Collins papers I used on the rest of the card.


As it happens, the current theme at A Gem of a Challenge is Animals so I'd like to enter this card.


Right, enough lollygagging for one day. Thanks for dropping by.

Lx

6 comments:

  1. What a super image and loving that sentiment (is it Inkadinkado?) - you really made the most of the cutest little HM, love those layers

    Kathyk

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  2. This is a gorgeous card Lauren, I love your Hopper image and fabulous sentiment - lovely details and your stitching is brilliant.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. What a fabby little guy and you have coloured him beautifully! Gorgeous card! x

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  4. What a sweetie he is! FABulous colours and I LOve your embellishments.
    Wow! Brilliant stitching too.
    Chrissyxx

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  5. Great card. I've always loved this image and you've dressed it up nicely with your embellishments and stitching. thanks so much for playing along with us here at House Mouse & Friends this week. So glad you joined on the fun.

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  6. What a great card. The layers and sewing are perfect. I can't see what you are talking about. Image is great- one of the best HM images I think (but then I haven't seen as many as you have ;-)).

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