Monday, 15 July 2013

Ruth's Birthday card

The last of my days off today, boo hoo.  Still warm but not so sunny, at least my itchy rash got a bit of a rest from the sun LOL!  Of course our chemist was closed today for the bank holiday, so I haven't been able to get my hands on some antihistamine yet :(

The postie brought me some new Dienamics dies this morning so it was a great excuse to have a play!  I won this cute little girl 'Snorkles' a while back from CC Designs so thought I'd ink it up for my sister's birthday.  I paired it with some fishy images from High Hopes - Starla Starfish and Puff Fishy.  All coloured with copics and some orange stickles added for a bit of sparkle.  And as I'm trying to use my unloved stash, out today came these dew drops which I haven't used for maybe a year or more!


  1. This is such a sweet card Lynne and I love the bright colours. Hugs, Claire x

  2. So cute for your Sis. New dies and an image win. You're a lucky girl.
    Adorable creation!

  3. Awwww! This is adorable! Ruth will love it! Hope you can get some meds soon!

  4. What an adorable summertime card! The dew drops are a perfect embellishment for your ocean theme! Thanks for playing along and helping us celebrate at Color Throwdown!

  5. totally adorable for the throwdown!

  6. She looks like she's having fun. Love your colouring too. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Sketch & Stamp x


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