The image was imported into Serif Craft Artist, then copied and pasted so that I could crop the additional images down to make more snowflakes and notes. It was then coloured simply, using gel pens and mounted into a frame designed for cross stitch Christmas decorations. Some beads and sequins “snow” was added before backing, to make the shaker topper for my card.
Do you ever need to make a card super quickly? Well, here is a super quick card from me. The delightful digi of a cat amongst pots of geraniums is from Knitty Kitty. It was coloured using Promarkers, cut out and mounted onto a decorated card blank from Create and Craft using foam pads. A super quick but effective card!
I bought a whole pack of these card blanks, with different designs, from a charity shop for £2.00! Who doesn’t love a bargain?
I used no papers his week but typeset a bible verse to compliment the image. There are some lovely DT cards over at Creative Moments and you can use the link to enter your card for the spring challenge.
Today’s card shows two delightful Mice Skaters who are pretty in pink! This digi is from
He is usually known for darker and more Gothic images and this digi could be coloured that way too, Ihave gone cute though! There is more pink inspiration on Creative Moments and you can enter the challenge there to win digistamps from Rick. The backing paper is from Hunkydory and the sentiment is made using a Die-ire die.