Monday, 27 February 2012

Sundays With Crissy DT - Birthdays

 Woohoo!!! It is my turn today to show you my card for the current challenge on the Sundays With Crissy challenge blog!  I had so much fun creating this card using Crissy's oh so cute "spring lamb" from Whimsy Stamps.  So much fun, in fact, that I printed her twice :)!!  All so that I could add the sentiment that I created on the computer - LOL such a fun card!  The papers are some scraps from my stash.
 I coloured my images with copics and created a little grass for them to stand on too.  I added some faux stitching in the corners of the image mat.
 The gorgeous green netting/ribbon is recycled from a bouquet of flowers from my hubby, the button is from my stash and the twine is from Whiff of Joy.
 I used Martha Stewart Flower Shower punch along the bottom of the brown cardstock and added some faux stitching above it.
I hope you like it and I've inspired you to join us at Sundays With Crissy!  You could win five of Crissy's digi images, and not only that, if you use one of Crissy's digi or rubber images on your card you'll be entered into the draw twice!  Thanks for looking! x


Pinkllilac said...

This is just gorgeous Jane,love the colours and your design is beautiful.
Hugs Linda

Stempelhexe said...

Was für ein herziges Kärtchen , gefällt mir sehr.


Ankie vd Polder said...

What a lovely sweet spring card. Love those little sheep. Hugs, Ankie

Elaine said...

Jane these are so sweet and you have made such a gorgeous card with this image.
My sister-in-law has sheep so this stamp is now on my wish list.
Huga Elaine

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Jane.

Hugs Riet.xx

mgoll88 said...

What a wonderfull card... love it!
A very sweet image, wonderful coloring and lovely details!


Julie said...

FAb card, Jane! So gorgeous and springlike - roll on the warmer weather!! Juliexx

Debbie said...

This is simply beautiful Jane. I love the image and the great colours.
Debbie x

nwilliams6 said...

I love this card! Wow. Your work is so fun and so beautiful.