Tuesday, 5 February 2013

High Hopes Flower Challenge

It's Tuesday, so it's challenge time at High Hopes ... a nice easy one:
You need to use High Hopes stamps to play along, and you've the chance to win a new stamp of your choice.
(Want to make a ribbon flower with a difference?  Check out Alie's tutorial on High Hopes blog - I'm definitely going to give this a try!)

My card uses an older image - Brayden. Isn't he adorable!  I've only a small packet of colouring pencils, so didn't have much choice for my browns ... his mane and tail have come out a bit ginger!
(not that there's anything wrong with ginger LOL!)

Other challenges: 
Sketch flipped from Annabelle stamps #155
Papertake Weekly - anything goes
Everybody Art #222 - hearts
The Corrosive Challenge #167 - hearts and flowers
Simon Says ... anything goes
Stamping Sensations February challenge - fur or feathers
Bunny Zoe Crafts - anything goes


  1. Hi Lynne, good to see you joining in the fun at AnnaBelles........I think you did a great job colouring this cute image. Thanks for playing along with us.

  2. Very sweet and a great take on our theme Lynne.

    Thanks so much sharing with us at Stamping Sensations challenge this month.

    B x

  3. You're right...nothing wrong with ginger. Brayden is just too cute and so is your card.

  4. What a cute little card Lynne. Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations this month.

  5. So sweet, and I love that you flipped the sketch!
    TFS with us this week :)

  6. Gorgeous :) Thanks for playing along with us at PTW - Jane

  7. Oh this is so cute Lynne.
    Thank you for joining us at Everybody Art Challenge.

  8. A fabulous card, Lynne. very cute and beautifully coloured. Thanks for joining us at Stamping sensations this month and good luck!

  9. I love the image and your colouring
    Thanks for joining us at Stamping sensations
    Francesca xx

  10. Darling card. This is so cute. Thanks for joining us at the Corrosive Challenge Blog for our Hearts & Flowers Challenge.


Thanks for visiting my blog
Your comments are much appreciated!
Lynne :)