Saturday, 26 September 2009

Sketch Saturday #70


Hi everyone, well I am a little bit late today with my card for Sketch Saturday but no where near as late as last week!!!!

This week we are once again kindly sponosored by the Craft Barn


The Craft Barn is nominated for Best Independent store for South of England in the Craft Awards 2009. With so much available in store it's not hard to see why!

PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT!
The SS blog has all the detail of how you can cast your vote

It is also a sad day for me, all the other girls on SS and I'm sure all you lovely crafters out there.....that Sandra has decided to step down from the DT to spend more time with her gorgeous family..........I'm sure you will join me in wishing Sandra all the best and every happiness.....missing you already sweetie xx

So now onto my card..........I think the sketch this week is just perfect for creating a little scene so thats exactly what I did.........and how easy was it, with all these amazing stamps from All That Scraps



I couldn't decide about the sentiment.....I thought it matched the images perfectly but didn't look quite right on the card.....but then it didn't look complete without....so it went on and then off and then on and then off.......and then I took 2 pics.....you decide!!!!!




Here are the details
  • Stamps: All available from ATS
  • Paper: MME
  • Medium: Promarkers and Copics
  • Ribbon and pearls from stash

Thanks for stopping by, have a great weekend everyone

6 comments:

Kelly Schelske said...

Super cute gill! Love the scene!

Hugs, Kelly

Jennifer Love said...

Aww..I just love it! Either with or without the sentiment. :)

LISA said...

wow brilliant, i like it with the sentiment as it is such a cute one xxxx

Desire Fourie said...

I agree Gill, she is truly too cute to spook. Love the little scene you've created.
Hugs
Desire

Jo said...

The sentiment says it all ;)
Gorgeousfabulantastic cute card Gill
(yes it is a word lol)

Jo xx

Craft Fairy said...

So many really cute cards on this blog that I hardly knew where to leave a comment. Really, really well done.
Yvonne