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!

Saturday, 22 May 2010

Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge #84

This is my DT card for this week's challenge on Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge which this week is set by the lovely DONNA. She has chosen a theme of:-

NO PATTERNED PAPER

I gave a little shudder when I first sat down to make this card as I sooooooooooooo wanted to use design paper :(

Instead I made it solely from bazzill card. I have to admit I love the simple look of the card.

Image: Wedding couple from Elzybells
Medium: Promarkers
Sentiment: Hero Arts
Tools: X-cut flower punches, MS Doily punch, EK Success photo corners
Others: Bazzill card, ribbon & gems from stash

7 comments:

Cathy said...

Gorgeous card Jane, and fab punched border. I have to admit to finding this challenge a toughie!
Have a great weekend hun.
Hugs
Cathy xx

Cheryl said...

oh love this hun its so beautiful so love how you have added the border accross the centre really makes it stand out hugs cheryl xxxx

hayward69 said...

This is really lovely especially since you can't use any patterned dp. I love the image you have chosen too.

Jayne xx

Teri said...

Lovely simple design hun - sometimes less IS more!
Hugs,
Teri x

Helen said...

Gorgeous card Jane - the plain background really makes the image stand out!
Helen x

Macpurp said...

this is really lovely. classy and clean looking

love tina x

Bridgett said...

I really like the card. The colors are fantastic!! I participated in this challenge, too! I have a hard time coming up with really neat cards using DP so I was so excited to see this challenge!!
Hugs,
Bridgett