Sunday, 13 July 2014

Native sisters

This card is for my sister's birthday.  It took aaages of faffing about, I'd bits on and off again and just couldn't decide what I was doing.  The top left corner had me stumped for ages as it looked a bit bare, and then I remembered about this arrow die from a Paper Smooches set.

My image is Native Sisters from High Hopes and Sisters and Friends sentiment.
Coloured with pencils and clear bling added to the flower centres.

Layout and colour combo (green, blue, black) from Tuesday Morning sketches #257
Creative Inspirations #273 - your favourite occasion (mine's birthdays)
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper challenge - July
Sister Act #65 - anything goes
Crafting When We Can #73 - friendship


  1. What a sweet card for you sister!! Fun image and I love that sentiment!!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at TMS!!

  2. So cute! What an adorable image! The arrows are a great embellishment! Great take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

  3. A delightful image and card, love the sentiment :o)
    Jackie xx

  4. That is just so super sweet! Perfect paper to go with :) I know when I have an important card to make I spent forever faffing around too! So glad you were inspired to play along with our sketch at TMS this week!

  5. Great card layout. Everything goes together so well. Thanks for linking your card with us at Sister Act this week. Cathy xx

  6. Smashing card Lynne what a lovely image and those papers are fabulous
    lorraine x

  7. Such a cute card. Great job with the sketch. Thanks for playing with Crafting When We Can .

  8. Thank you so much for joining my Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper July challenge with your lovely creation - hope to see you again soon x


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