Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Card 3 for LIM challenge

Another card again for 'Less is More',
...am soooo addicted to this site now!
The challenge is 'seeing double' & it's 'one
layer' card week too.As I seem to have babies
on my mind 24/7 these days ( wonder why ha ha).
I decided to make another baby card, don't think
ours will be twins...unless one is hiding! Two teddies
( creative expression) this time, I reversed one in
my GCF programme.
Coloured with Copics, chalked around the edge
of bears.Sentiment computer generated again.
I made a rocker card for a change, these are easy to do.
You just make and fold the card as usual then use something
to round the bottom part ( I used a hat box lol).So I just
drew around it then cut it off. It rocks back and forth quite
nicely too ( can't stop playing with it now) :O)


8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card and I love the shape too. Lee xx

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  2. wow how cute ... very clever to reverse the images ... hm ... must look into that one lol ... lovely card for twins ... happy crafting just doing a bit of blog hopping love sandy xx

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  3. This is totally adorable. Your chalking makes it look SO soft and pretty. TFS!
    Cheers, Karen
    alteredscrapbooking.blogspot.com

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  4. Beautiful it is too Viv
    Love the curved sentiment
    Thank you
    Mandi
    "Less is More"

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  5. What a good idea to have a rocker card for babies!
    This is lovely... it's wonderful how you are enjoying the approach of Grannydom!
    Thanks once more.
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. You are busy with this week's challenge, Viv. Lovely image and really like how the sentiment follows the curve of the card. Sue.x

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  7. Beautiful card Viv, gorgeous teddies :o)
    Jackie xx

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  8. Lovely card Viv... Like that shape..
    Hugs
    Chrsitine x

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Thankyou so much for leaving a comment, everyone much appreciated :) Viv xx

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