Friday, 29 November 2013

Yesterday's cards

Only just getting round to writing about these cards that I made yesterday!

I saw this saying when I visited Sudbury Hall Toy Museum last month -
 I wondered then how I might use it!
I printed it on my computer and then stamped the ducks - from Stampin Up's Every Little Bit. 
 I put it together with this Bugaboo image (WINFAIRskates), coloured with Promarkers.
I matted each element on red card then attached as shown to a card base, matted with Christmas paper.
I am submitting this to 
Less is More Wk 147 - Use a Bird

The second card I made yesterday uses a Free Dearie Dolls digi.
I'm afraid it is not a brilliant photo - but the image was coloured with Promarkers,
 with added glitter.
I used red card and some festive paper out of my scraps for matting,
and added three pieces of Christmas ribbon tied together at the top.
I am submitting this to 

Happy Crafting!


  1. Two lovely cards Susan xx Jan

  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to make such an amazing entry for SeemaCrafts monthly challenge – Bright and Colorful November.

    What two really wonderful cards that both fit our theme. Lovely bright colours and papers. Love the images and the layout of the cards.

    SeemaCrafts isn’t just a great monthly challenge blog, but also a wonderful shop with some gorgeous hand Mae toppers and crafty bits.

    I hope you will join us for more if our future monthly challenges at SeemaCrafts.

    <3 & hugs
    Lisa xxxxxx DT Member

  3. This is super cute ~ I now want a rubber duck lol this card made me smile ~ Thanks for Joining us at Seemacrafts for the bright and colorful challenge this card is just absolutely adorable. and I hope to see more of your super cute projects in future challenges. Hugs Larelle-Susanne DT member

  4. I'm sorry I'm so late with this visit
    There is not much white space on your LIM card... but it's great fun!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

    1. Yes I did wonder whether it would really fit with Less is More - too much matting and layering - so I had another go with this challenge - but thanks for your comments anyway!


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