Tuesday, 20 February 2018

City Crafter Challenge blog - Polka Dots

This week, at City Crafter, Amy wants us to use polka dots. Is this card polka-dotty enough??!!

The girl is Pure Innocence by MFT, I think the papers are Lawn Fawn and the sentiment Hero Arts.



We look forward to seeing your projects for this challenge but please first go over to the blog and see wonderful projects  the rest of the DT have made.

I'd like to enter:
Stamp Ink Paper  cardmaker's choice 
Papercraft Challenges sweets for my sweet 
Cardz4Galz   stamping (no digis) 

16 comments:

Craftychris said...

Love your polkadot card! Gorgeous colours and the image is so cute! xxx

Maria said...

Lots of wonderful polka dots and so fun! Awesome sweet image and love the sentiment, too!

Heidi Stamps said...

Polka dots are so cheery, this is a great card!

Lucille K said...

Your polkadotty card is so cute :)

Sarah said...

Nice!! And the challenge I like a lot!! Bye ☺

Debbie Mageed said...

Love your pretty little girl card! The papers are perfect for her. Thank you for playing with us at Cardz 4 Galz and hope you will join us again soon.

Mac Mable said...

Loving all the fun dots on your cute card x

Sue Lelli said...

I would say this is very dotty! LOVE the colors and the sweet birthday girl, Marina!

Greta said...

Oh too cute, Marina! Love how you put all the polka dots together for this sweet card!

Ros Crawford said...

Too cute!! This is brilliant Marina and perfect paperpiecing as always!

Janis Lewis said...

Beautiful card. Love her dotted dress. Thanks for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz.

Tammy said...

What a cute card and image, I love all of the polka dots! Thanks so much for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz!
Tammy x

Donna said...

Fabulous card and take on the sketch!

Bastelfunny said...


Wonderful card and a cute image.
Thanks for playing along with us at Papercraft-Challenges.

Nonni said...

Great choice of challenge and I love the way you used polka dots here. Great paper piecing and fun layout!

Pia S said...

Polka dots everywhere, but the papers and patterns don’t compete with each other, so I think this is a darling and well balanced design.