Sunday, 1 June 2008

Dottie's World and more.....

Here is the first card for my Design Team work on Dottie's World and this is based on a sketch set this week by Karen, for the Sunday Challenge. Check it out here http://dotties-wonderful-world.blogspot.com/ Please join in - it's so wonderful to see your work and how different people interpret challenges in so many different ways! (You can also get a sneaky peak at some of the new Christmas collection.) This is the Market Stall Dottie on her flower stall and is from the Dottie at Work collection. See the link on the right for the downloads.
The scalloped edge is created by punching circles, as you can see, papers are from the K&Co Berry Sweet 12x12 Speciality Pad and every single one of them is absolutely stunning (available from http://charmedcardsandcrafts.co.uk ). Brads, buttons and ribbon from stash, lots of inky edges and a dose of doodling.

This card was made for a special lady who has a 'thing' about sheep! The stamps I bought ages ago and I did my usual thing and threw away the packaging without making a note of the maker, papers are Basic Grey and it is coloured with Whispers pens and watercolour brush.Another card using one of the gorgeous stamps I won on Papertake Weekly http://papertakeweekly.blogspot.com/ again coloured with Whispers.


Thanks for dropping in and thanks especially for all the lovely congratulations comments - they really mean a lot.
Juliet xx

7 comments:

Sarah C said...

Your cards are always so amazing. That last sentiment is so right LOL xxx

Tracy said...

all these cards are gorgeous love the little girl she is so cute and the papers are beautiful

CraftyC said...

Fantastic range of cards, all bright and cheery!
Clairexx

Becky said...

Beautiful cards Juliet, can't wait to see more of your creations, they are brilliant!
Love Becky xx

Shirley said...

A very good collection of cards and LOs. I love basic gray papers, dont have that collection yet, but wont be long

Lea said...

Fantastic work Juliet, you're so clever x

Mellie said...

Lovely cards and great papers used.