Sunday, 13 September 2009

Copic Challenge Week 30 and Sunday Sketch and Stamp Challenge 11

Sorry I have been so bad at blogging lately, just don't seem to meet up with my craftroom very often these days!! Still hubby went out with his dad this morning so have had time to myself and have managed to create a card that will cover two challenges, not like me to be this organised. There are loads more challenges that I would like to do but we'll have to see, if only I had more time!!!
This weeks copic colours were way out of my comfort zone again, really really bright, but when I got going I loved it and I actually had all three!!

So here's my little creation!!!

This stamp is another of my new ones that I just had to have as the little girl is called Charley!

Charley with Sal stamp by Cuddley Buddley
Hat - Y15, Y21, Y28 and YG41
Top and Shoes - R22, R29 and R59
Waistcoat and trousers - BG01, BG05 and Y28
Socks - Y11 and Y15
Sal - EO2, E33, E35 and W-3
Flower - YG41, Y11 and Y15
Flesh - R20, E50 and E53

Martha Stewart Daisy Punch
Large Deckled Rectangles Nestabilities
Petaloo flowers
Charm, gems and papers from stash
and of course not forgetting the Glossy Accents!!

See you later!!

Jo x


  1. OMG!! Beautiful card. The coloring is so so awesome and the layout is beautiful tooo.Very nice card.

  2. Fabulous!!! Oh I just love it.. The colors are wonderful. Such a darling little image and you have colored her perfectly!!!Really awesome job!!!!
    Hugs, Linda

  3. Brilliant card dear, fab colouring great image and perfect layout
    Hugs Jacqui x

  4. Oh WOW! What a gorgeous card - love the colours you've used and your colouring of that cute stamp is so fab! Thanks for playing along with us this fortnight at Sunday Sketch & Stamp! Hugs, Sem x (SS&S DT)

  5. Those colors are great together, aren't they? And they look great on this wonderful card. Very fun image. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Sketch and Stamp.

    Barb, DT


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