Friday, 24 April 2009

sketch saturday challenge card



hi everyone heres my take on the fantastic sketch this week over on sketch saturday,have to apologise for the pic as it isnt the clearist,gonna have to photographic my cards instead of scanning them

ive used k&co papers,and the pic is sugar nellie which is coloured with distress inks and whisper pens,flowers are prima and puched flowers using the same k&co paper with and eyelet put in the centre,lace is from my stash and the green heart bead i got at the craft show on saturday along with the flower punch,sentiment stamp is from a lovely gift that erin gave me on saturday

10 comments:

jan said...

Wow, Another stunner Liza, Those flowers are really eye catching, did you colour them? Isn't little Daisy the sweetest?

Hugs Jan xx

pickle said...

Beautiful card liza love the colour combo and your colouring is fab xx

Anonymous said...

stunning card love the colours and image katex

Erin said...

Anoher beautiful card Liza, so pretty. Love your colour combo and papers. yum!
Erin xxx

Donna said...

Beautiful card Liza, we bought the same punch at the same show lol. Love your flowers. Donna x

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Liza,l love the stamp and colours.

Hugs Riet.x

Diamond Doll said...

OOh this is lovely, those papers are delish! and i love the Daisy stamp.
Trish (-:

JACKIE said...

I love daisy, shes so cute, your papers are lush, love the layout, hugs Jackie xx

gina g said...

love this one Daisy is still one of my favs love the lace very pretty. luv gina xx

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