torsdag, augusti 26, 2010

Perfect moment

Utmaningarna rullar vidare och detta var en riktig nagelbitare emellanåt! Massa smått och klister i samma mening är menat för tålamod. Tur att jag har en del ;)

The challenges keeps coming to me and this one wasn't an exception! Lots of little pieces and glue, I have one word for you: patience ;)

Midnight Madness: no.68 - sketch
the Cuttlebug Spot: baby
ABC Challenge: B is for Blue
Stampin' for the Weekend: no.45 - Anything Goes
A Spoon Full of Sugar: no.118 - the Choise is Yours: shaker-card or recepie (and I choose a shaker-card!)
Cute Card Thursday: no.127 - Dieing for Punch

Puss å kram (igen)

6 kommentarer :

  1. Your patience was worth it - this is just beautiful!! Thanks for playing along with the SFTW challenge and good luck :o) Kate x

  2. Lisa, welcome to this week's Midnight Madness challenge! How creative you are and what a precious keepsake. I love your design and shades of blue. We're so glad you joined us this week an hope to see you back again next week!
    Hugs, Marsha

  3. Lisa this is just darling. I love the framing of this image and what beautiful colors. The ribbon and little piece of lace is just perfect. Great job with the sketch. Thank you so much for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}
    Midnight Madness Design Team

  4. Oh Lisa! This is just sooo adorable! Such a fun idea to turn this sketch into a shaker card! Love the dry embossing detail too!! Thanks so much for playing this week in the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge! Hugs!

    Connie M.

  5. Love your card. I love the little blue file folder around the feet. I find it particularly hard to design baby cards. Yours is just great!

  6. Beautiful blues you have used! The little feet are precious. Wait a second, is that a window box filled with stuff that shakes around? Adorable with the tabbed frame! Thanks for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge with us this week.

    Holly R. Moore
    Midnight Madness Design Team


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