Saturday, December 17

It's a child's time of year...

So of course I put my little girl to work making scarves!!!

I started with a white card stock base card and layered this pretty blue patterned paper from my stash.
This is the time of year I pull out my remnant papers drawer and try to use all those pieces up before I toss them on January 1.
The next step was the white line piece cut with white card stock using an MFT Blueprint stitched piece.
I stamped the verse from MFT Stamps "Warmest Wishes" using StazOn jet black ink.
I stamped the girl from MFT Stamps "Close-Knit" onto white card stock using Adirondack black ink and colored her in using Chameleon pens. 
Once she was colored in I trimmed her out and added her to the front of the card with glue dots.


  1. What a great idea for our children challenge at Less is More! I love the sweet image, and the pretty patterned paper in the background. Fab card! Thanks for playing along with us :)

  2. I love the subtle patterned paper you have used to ground your image and the image is perfect for our theme at Less is More! It is always great to see you at Less is More and I hope you have a wonderful Christmas :)

  3. Lovely card. And this little girl works on something I realy love: knitting. Have a nice day, Ankie

  4. This is the perfect sentiment for that gorgeous image! She is a real sweetie. Your fussy cutting around the image is spot on. I also like the patterned backing paper because it is so subtle that it helps to keep the CAS look. Thank you so much for joining us at Less is More xx

  5. A wonderful design, image and sentiment and your colouring is just perfection. A CAS-tastic card and brilliant take on our children challenge. Thanks for playing with us at Less is More. Sarah x