Friday, September 13, 2013

Warm Fuzzies..

Whatever they are I will be sending them to someone soon :)

This is the last card from my Sunday playdate with JT. She already posted her entry for Retro Sketches #80 - which is awesome, great use of washi tape.

The sentiment is new and I like it because it sounds like something I might say to someone...

Here is the sketch -

As JT said in her post, we decided to enter the challenge, but then set ourselves a challenge on top of this to use a set of stamps that we both had!! Complicated?! JT used the camera and I used the plane.

The polka dot stripe is washi tape, the rest of the stripes are just standard paper stock - the blue bits are glittery and are by DCWV and come in a long stack...very versatile. The paper that the stamp is on, is actually the reverse of a hideous journaling card that came in a cheap set I bought. I've kept some of them and the ones I don't like I will be using the reverse for other things. The button is from a batch that I bought just before I left London, from my fave stall at Lewisham Market - 5p each and this one is fabric covered!

This card makes me smile and is a nice way to end the week methinks.

Tonight we are going to dinner at a neighbour's house to celebrate her Son's birthday and Dr Kevin's birthday. I made him a little gift using an image he sent me of him and Rica (his Australian Sheppard) on holiday this Summer in Maine. They look so cute together... Hope he likes it! I treated it using a Lomo wash, added some text, printed it out and popped it in a frame.
Happy Friday.


1 comment:

  1. Great take on the sketch - I hope you'll link up at 52 Card Pickup this week!


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