Saturday, 5 July 2014

Beep beep

Movie night here .... we've Anchorman 2 on the telly.  The first one was soooo silly, and I'm sure this one will be too :)

This card was inspired by the pic over at the Cutting Edge challenge.  I watercoloured my paper and then splattered it with black paint when dry, cut it using my PS city die and stamped a few stars.  Nice and easy, just what my mojo needed ... he seems to have been on holiday for aaages :(
The wee car is super-old, I think it may have been one of the first embellishments I ever bought!  Yeyyy, go me for using up stash!

The Cutting Edge #2 - inspiration card
Paper Smooches SPARKS - anything goes
Simon Says Stamp Monday - W for White
Papertake Weekly - anything goes


  1. Fabulous card, love your splattered paper :o)
    Jackie xx

  2. Great sweet city scene Lynne, Jo x

  3. Oh this is fabulous Lynne

  4. Brilliant card Lynne love that background a super card for sure
    lorraine x

  5. What a beautiful card! I LOVE the buildings and cute little car. :)

    Thanks for joining us this week at Paper Smooches Sparks!

  6. I have a similar city die and was looking for something fun to do with it and your fun card really caught my eye. Love the watercolor and the faux stitching.

  7. I really like your card! The VW bug is such a cute addition - love those cars! This is my first time visiting your blog - but definitely not my last! the name you chose is super cute!

  8. It's a wonderful city scene, Lynne. And, your little car is just perfect...nice you got to use it.

  9. Wow, very eye catching, brilliant! C x

  10. Great card Lynne! The car is so cute. Thanks for playing along with us The Cutting Edge Challenge!

  11. Eep! Lynne, I am in love with this card and pinning it to CASE someday! That rainbow colored cityscape is genius!! Hugs, Darnell


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