Saturday, 7 February 2015

Sketch Saturday Challenge #347 with A Day For Daisies

Good mroning and welcome to my post for the Sketch Saturday Challenge blog.

A Day For Daisies is back this week to sponsor Challenge #347! 
The prize this week $12 A Day for Daisies gift certificate.

Here is sketch #347:

And here is my take on this week's sketch using Little Darling. I didn't really think when I started to cut this image out how fiddly is would really be! Boy was it tricky in places, but it does look pretty cut out like this! 


Recipe:

Stamps: Little Darling from A Day For Daisies, Express Yourself from Stampin' Up

Papers: Daffodil Delight, Night of Navy, Whisper White & Gingham Garden DSP (Retired) all from Stampin' Up, Copic X-Press It Blending Card

Inks: Melon Mambo from Stampin' Up, Copic Markers

Accessories: Night of Navy Ribbon (Retired) & Melon Mambo Ribbon (Retired) both from Stampin' Up, doily from Dovecrafts

Copics Used:
Skin - E000, E00, E21, E11, R20, R30
Pink - RV14, RV17, RV19
Yellow - Y13, Y15, Y17
Green - YG61, YG63, YG67
Blue - B93, B95, B97

And that's all from me for this post folks! Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to pop on over to the Sketch Saturday Challenge blog and check out all the other gorgeous cards from the DT and why not join in the fun whilst you're there too?!

4 comments:

  1. That was the first thing that drew me to your card - that fussy cutting - that must have taking forever! Great job on your DT entry this week. We have such a great team, don't we?

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  2. This is fabulous, Vannessa! I love the bright cheery colors. You bg paper looks like it was made for your image! Great job there. I love, love, love your fussy cutting! It was worth the time. Hugs, Cathy

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  3. You are my fussy cutting hero Vannessa!! This was definitely worth the extra work as it looks amazing!! LOVE this bright and beautiful card!

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  4. It DOES look super pretty all cut out against the doily background. You must have the patience of Job. Lovely colouring and perfect paper choices, Vannessa! Hugs, Lesley

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