13 March 2008


I have made this card for my Aunt following Amy Rysavy's Friday Sketch # 6. I have stamped Winobella out and coloured her in with watercolour pencils, adding glitter to the glasses and bottle. She has been cut out and mounted to Doodlebug card with the corners rounded off with a punch. The base has been made by cutting out a peice of vellum using my Nestabilities die and adhering to card with Xyron adhesive. I have wrapped a piece of ribbon around the card before adding the image layer. 2 Prima flowers have been layered up and added to the card with a brad. I have swiped ink around a Craftwork Cards Mini Message and added this with 3D foam pads to the bottom corner.

STAMPS: Winobella by Stamping Bella. INK: Brilliance Graphite Black, Colorbox Aquamarine. CS: Anita's card blank, vellum by Craftwork Cards, Doodlebug. ACCESSORIES: Nestabilities dies, Craftwork Cards Mini Messages, Prima Got Flowers Deux, Prima Bubbles, ribbon by Ribbon Oasis, Brad by Paperarts.


  1. Another fab card, I love the layout and colour. x

  2. This is gorgeous I love this sketch Sue :o)

  3. Fabulous!!!!!

    'Jynx' (Viv)


  4. Another wonderful card - great colouring - as always!

  5. I love the vellum nestability with the pattern showing through. the colours and layout is great.
    xx :0)

  6. Bea-ut-i-ful! I love that colour CS!

  7. .......... Yet another stunning card Michelle - I'm just loving that turquoise colour.

    Love Pam xx

  8. I just love them! Awesome!

  9. Fab card, great colours. Congratulations on your DT place

  10. Fabulous card, well done too on firstclass crafts Brilliant....

  11. lovely card, great sketch too :)
    Gina x


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