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!

Monday, 20 June 2011

Double Challenge card

I am loving CAS cards lately so decided to have a play with my Stampin Up inks and make a card with no colouring - shock horror!!!!

I love how the WALTZINGMOUSE STAMPS come out so well with the inks. The card is 4.25" x 5.5".

It fits:-
  1. Cute Card Thursday #169 - Birthstones - Ruby and Sapphire
  2. Waltzingmouse Sketch challenge #52 - Use a past sketch - I chose WMSC #46

IMAGES & SENTIMENT:
Dainty Doilies & Fancy Phrases from WALTZINGMOUSE STAMPS
MEDIUM:
Real Red & Pacific Point Ink from STAMPIN UP
TOOLS:
Cuttlebug
Lables 4 Nesties
Heat Tool & clear embossing powder
OTHERS:
Card in Real Red & Pacific Point from STAMPIN UP
Gems from stash

6 comments:

{Lynn - that's me!} said...

This turned out adorable, Jane. I'm so glad that you are having a great time with your Waltzingmouse Stamps. Love the colors and you bits of bling. Nicely done.

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Jane,
i love the layout and the stamped patterns on this beautiful card. Great work.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Kelly S. said...

A lovely combination of doilies and labels! Love the fancy scrolls inside the sentiment to match. Beautiful sketch card, so glad you could join the WMSC this week, and hope to see you again sooooon!

Debgem said...

Hi Jane - we've gone for the same stamp!! :) Your card is really beautiful. Love what you've done with the sentiment!!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Very pretty card Jane! Love the beautiful WM doilies! Thanks for joining along with the WMSC :)

Ribbon Girls said...

The red and blue really pop on the white background! The flourishes around your sentiment are lovely!