Sunday, 20 September 2009

Copic Colour Challenge week 31

This weeks challenge I loved, my colours. I just love these combinations and I could use my favourite papers again. Bet you're all getting fed up with these papers but I just love them so tough!! I only had one of the colours this week so have substituted and tried to keep in with the Autumnal feel. Had a bit of trouble with the old Glossy Accents today, the cat decided he was going to give me a hand or a paw and decided to jump on the table just as I was carrying out the most delicate operation!! Bless him, and yes he has got it on his tail!!
Anyway, here's my card, hope you like it.
Stampavie Rachel Anne Miller Stamp is Giving Shelter
Sentiment Stamp by Cuddley Buddley
Copics used:
C-3, C-5 and C-7
R02, R05 and R20
YR02, YR04 and YR07
Y28, Y31 and Y38
YG95
E50, E51 and E53
G000
Papers are My Minds Eye Bloom and Grow
Nestabilities Label 1
Martha Stewart Leaf Punch
Flower, spacer, brad, ribbon, gems and card from stash.
Glossy Accents
I may be back later, happy crafting!!
Jo x

8 comments:

  1. Such a pretty card.. Love the color combo.The little image is darling, and the details are wonderful.. Very lovely..
    Hugs, Linda

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  2. Jo,
    What a gorgeous card, I adore the image and the colours are fantastic.

    lucky wishes Joannex

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  3. A beautiful card Jo, love the colours
    Clairex

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  4. Gorgeous card Jo. Love the image you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x

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  5. This is really sweet dear, love that image and your colouring, sorry for the flying visit
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  6. a fabulous card Jo, fabulous colours and papers.. hugs rachxx

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  7. Oh, how sweet! I love this image, such a cutie!

    Thanks for joining us at the Copic Colour Challenge this week! ~♥~

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  8. Cute image and lovely colours. Makes me think Autumn is coming. Marianne x

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