Good evening blogger friends...
I thought I was never going to find the time to post this card today.
It seems all I've done today has been chores. How is it that my kids seem to leave ALL their washing until Friday night, which means my weekend is spent washing and ironing :-(
I'm sure there was nothing left in any of their wardrobes!
I have edited my photos in Photoscape this time. I have bumbled my way through and they seem to have turned out OK. It looks like there are a lot of features so I just need some time (lol) to explore it.
I have had this card made for my Dad for about a week but didn't dare post it because he checks on my blog from time to time.
The card I've made uses the cute Lili of the Valley image - Happy Times.
I decided to make it a monochrome card, which I've never done before, after seeing a gorgeous Tilda card done in monochrome on Delphine's blog
I'm really pleased with the result. See what you think...
I've followed the latest sketch over at CLP Challenges
The image has been coloured with the Copic E shades, so there were plenty to choose from. The papers are Nitwits Cottage Charm & cottage charm too and they've all been distressed with Walnut Stain.
The sentiment is also from LOTV , the clock is Tim Holtz Weathered Clock and the branch is a Marianne Creatable die, Garden Branch.
Here's my arty farty compilation..
Stamped using Momento Rich Cocoa Ink
Skin : E11, E00, E000, E0000, R20
Top: E59, E57, E55
Trousers: E79, E74, E70
Hair: E59, E39, E35, E34, E31
Slippers: E35, E34, E74, E70
Newspaper: E0000, E40, E41, E79, E73, E57
Chair: E44, E43, E41, E40, E57, E59
Present: E09, E07
Shadow: E74, E70 & blender pen
Tools: EK Success binding edge punch, Tim Holtz Weathered Clock die, Nesties Labelstwo and standard circles, Marianne Creatables Garden Branch die.
Papers: Nitwits Cottage Charm & cottage Charm too.
I am entering my card into the following challenges:
Thanks for dropping by and any lovely comments which you leave. I love to come home from work,make a nice cup of tea and sit and read them :-)