Thursday 13 June 2013


Apart from the large piece covering the base, all the papers used here are scraps - in fact, I actually recovered the green strips from the bin (yuck) .

The girl with binoculars is an A Day for Daisies image and I printed her onto a scrap of adhesive canvas, which adds some texture to her skin and hair. The other papers are all leftovers from Basic Grey Lily Kate. The bird stamp is by Magenta.  On the background, I used several different inks, including white, with texture stamps. I've also used a die-cut flourish, an epoxy bird and some flowers.

I'd like to enter:
Polkadoodles  Birthday card using scraps
Digi Haven Anything
Allsorts challenge  In the garden
Crafty Bloggers Network  Bright and Breezy


catherine said...

A beautiful card and scene. Thanks for joining my challenge over at Allsorts this week
x catherine

Peanut said...

WOW! This really is a beautiful card. Thanks for playing along with us. Hope to see you back next week. … x
Asha - PolkaDoodles DT
Sunny Summer Crafts

Michelle J M said...

I always enjoy looking at your cards because your imagination is amazing. This is fabulous made with your scraps. Clever girl! Michelle x

Beryl said...

Oh this is fabulous. I love the scene you have created and the image of the girl is gorgeous.
Beryl xx

Claire said...

Wow this is a really beautiful card with such a lovely dreamy feel. Thanks for joining us at Polka Doodles this time
Claire xx

Wendy Fraser said...

Oh this is just stunning and such a clever use of scraps. Thanks for joining us at Digi Haven xx

alethea said...

Fabulous use of your scraps!! Thanks for joining us at Polka Doodles! HUgsxx

Sarah Jackman Read said...

Wow this is gorgeous!
Best of luck!
Sarah CBN DT xxx

Sylvia said...

Fabulous card,love the beautiful colours used and the wonderful image. Thank you for joining us for the Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge.

Sylv xx
CBN Design Team Member

Ger said...

Lovely techniques used here, gorgeous card. Thankyou for joining us this month at Crafty Bloggers Network
Geraldine M