Lil' old Me

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West Midlands, United Kingdom
I am a full-time working mum who works shifts with a son Richard aged 23 and a daughter Emma aged 21. I have been married to my lovely Husband Paul for 26 years. My passion in life, besides my family, is papercrafting, especially cardmaking, although I "dabble" in scrapbooking. I was introduced to Jewellery making in 2012 and found another addiction :) I have been cardmaking since 2006. I am also a bit of a tigger freak!

Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Double whammy Challenge Card #17


This is another double challenge card.
  1. Papertake Weekly Challenge - Thank you
  2. Spoon Full of Sugar #6 - Circles

The image is a Sugar Nellie "Maggie" coloured with pencils and blended with sansodor and cut using scallop circles nestabilities on cuttlebug as is the matting layer which was also embossed using swiss dots folder. The thank you text is cut on my Robo and matted on another scallop circle. Papers are from a Scrapbook CD with flowers, brads and gems to finish.


My Little Space said...

Great card Jane, really love the colours


Debbie said...

Gorgeous card I love the colours,Thanks for playing along this week :)

Alison said...

This is fab Jane.

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

This is gorgeous Jane, I love the colour scheme and the great design, Also your beautifully coloured Maggie, Thanks for joining in our challenge, Hugs, Nikki x

chatdoro said...

quelle superbe carte bravo bises chatdoro

steph said...

Great card Jane - Maggie looks fab! Thanks for joining us for the challenge! x

Rachel said...

Lovely Jane. Colours are lovely.

kes said...

Lovely Jane You really excel yourself every time.

Kim said...

Wonderful colours, love your colouring.

cats whiskers said...

Wow Jane this is great I adore the colours and the layout, Great Card
Hugs Jacqui xx

Bubbles said...

Fab card, great colours and layout. Well done on combining 2 challenges! Thanks for playing.
joanne x

Bev said...

Wonderful card - gorgeous papers, sweet image and beautiful colouring and well done on combining 2 challenges