Good morning bloggers its now 0500 in the morning, I have been up half an hour and awake since 0200 so I thought I might as well do my post for today!! I had to get up before Dave killed me as I was so fidgety and couldn't get Cliff Richard's song Wired for Sound out of my head - where did that come from lol??!!! So I am sat here with a cup of tea (less caffeine than coffee) hoping I will get tired and can then go back to bed for an hour.
Today's card is one my daughter asked me to do for a work colleague that is leaving. I looked all over for a digi that was suitable but couldn't find one for someone leaving work but I found this one that I guess is for someone going away on holiday or a trip:
Seem to have taken this picture from a funny angle! The image is a Lilyboo design from Cuddly Buddy and I have coloured her with Copics and Prisma Pencils. The hair was supposed to be a dirty blonde but looks more like a red head don't know what happened there! The papers are Nitwits "Time for Tea" and the sentiment is computer generated. I have used Spellbinders for the matting and banner. Gems and ribbon are from my stash and the resin flower is from Teresa's My Crafty Heart (free p and p this weekend). Quick peek at the inside:
I would like to enter the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp - Favourite Tool (Big Shot Pro)
One Stop Craft - Photo Inspiration and Die Cuts
Fairy Fun Fridays - Anything Goes
Little Miss Muffet - Spring Colours (Pastels)
Whimsy Stamps - Use Ribbon
Pretty Little Ribbon - To Die For and Use Ribbon
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Sassy Cheryl's - Soft Pastels
The Stamping Boutique - Pastels
Tuesday Throwdown - Pastels
Well that's it for me for today - thanks for looking and take care xx
I have just been blog hopping (as you do in the early hours) and seen on Dawny P's blog about the poor children in Africa that have nothing and when they are born they are sent home in newspaper so they are called the fish and chip babies. Dawny P is asking for people to knit a very simple all done in one piece cardigan and a beanie hat for them. The pattern is on her blog with the details here, you should be able to knit it in an evening even if you are not that proficient a knitter.