Sunday, March 21

Whiff of the Weekend

In between spring cleaning and working on By The Cute And Girly projects this weekend I've had a play with a Whiff Of Joy stamp.
The image is Willow and I think it's called Summer Breeze. I discovered I have no orange shades in my Copics collection so she is wearing limes with her Apples instead.
Now for the challenges:
Daring Card Makers theme this week is 'Tweety Pie' - use birds on your card.
Whiff of Joy Challenges #71 are looking for easel cards, couldn't resist that one.
Lastly Katharina's blog has a WOJ recipe - 1 cardstock, 2 papers, 1 button and 1 ribbon. I managed to find a little butterfly button to help hold my easel up.
There something actually achieved. Don't faint, I've actually got the boxes of Christmas decorations put away too!!!!

** Kate **


Lythan said...

Look at those stamping skillz - awesome Kate! thanks for joining in with DCM this week:)

Lynda said...

Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for joining in with us at Daring Cardmakers.

Lynda xxx

Lisa Jane said...

what a beautiful card Kate - i love the scene you have created and i love the limes !!
Lisa ;)

pinky said...

Its a gorgeous card Kate, love the background scene for her. Well done on getting the xmas decos away lol.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous, the limes and apples are really pretty. :)

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous card, love the wonderful image and the beautiful colours.

Jane said...

This is stunning Kate!! I love the gorgeous stamps you have accompanied Willow with, especially the swirl and bird! thanks for joining us at WOJ challenge, hugs, Jane xxx

SueH said...

Beautiful card Kate!

Thanks for joining in with the dare this week.

Ayelet {Jenny} said...

Stunning! Love the backround Image!
Love it, Love it Love it! :-)

Katharina Frei said...

What a beautiful piece of art – I love your card.

Thanks for participating in the GD call.
Best regards
Dont talk about spring cleaning - I have not even started:-)

Anonymous said...

Ok, I'm officially in love with your blog. I love the cute, girlie projects you do. I am not a stamper myself, more of a quilter, but love your girls, colors, ideas.