Saturday, 5 April 2014

I got bored... so I made another card! this one is a Mo Manning image!

This one is a Mo Manning image, provided in cropped form in her facebook group for us to use !

I think it is so very very cute!

With this one, I went clean and simple, as I think the image spoke for itself nicely without a lot of extra frou frou (i'm sure it would look good like that too, and will try it some point soon!)
I used :-burgundy, cardinal and crimson. petrol blue turquoise and soft green, pastel, sunkissed and dusky pink  promarkers
6 half pearls, a 6x6 card blank, coredinations card in navy, a papermania sheet from bexley black capsule selection , a hero arts sentiment stamp and a SU not quite navy ink pad for both stamping the sentiment and inking the edges of the image and sentiment 

(aka Daemongirl)

Would like to enter this card in :


  1. This is a really sweet card. The image is cute and I love the hair.

    <3 & hugs
    Lisa xxxx

    1. Thank you sweetie :) and finally, you see a different colour ink , too! :-D

  2. Rachel such a pretty card and I love the way you coloured her hair! We do like to see more white space on cards for the LIM Challenge, do check out the guidelines if you are unsure
    Thanks so much for playing along,
    LIM Design Team

    1. Thank you anne, if it doesnt fit please feel free to remove the link, i was hoping it would, im new to CAS, will just try to leave more white next time :)

  3. Great card hun, and I love your blog name! Jo x

  4. It was great to read your response to Anne's comment Rachel, we do like to see white space and I'm sure if you visit some of the wonderful contributors to our challenges you'll pick up lots of tips and ideas for CAS cards!
    Love Mo Mannings images!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  5. Beautiful card, love the image, thanks for sharing it with us in the brown sugar challenge.


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