Tuesday, October 18

Still working in pink...

Started with one challenge that called for pink and felt that the other challenge, even though it's theme was pink before, could just work well with it as well.


I was sorting through my patterned papers when I found a piece of pink polka dot card stock with a white backing that I had left over from Lasting Impressions.
I used it for the base card and also cut out the verse using MFT
Die-namics  "sending hugs" set and cut a piece to represent the rug using MFT Die-namics "stitched snow drifts".
I applied them all with glue dots to raise them just a bit.
Then I stamped the Art Impressions "old lady" using Staz-On black ink on white card stock.
I colored her using my Prismacolor pencils, cut her out, and layered her to the front with glue dots.

 I wonder sometimes if this is how my Granddaughter sees me?
(Sans curlers!)


Mervi said...

Fabulous and funny image, lovely card!
Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts Pink week!

I'm having a Candy & Challenge at my blog Leikkaan, theme is birthdays with numbers, welcome;-))m

Kathleen said...

Super fun image and a lovely clean background which shows off the image brilliantly.
Thank you for joining in our Pink October challenge this week at Allsorts.


Amy Ottmers said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Love to Scrap, good luck!!! Amy DT