Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Puddle Jumper

Hi everyone! It's time again for a new challenge at The Pixie Cottage. As always, there are two parts to the challenge and you may choose either or both to play along with. We have a fun new sketch and this week's theme is "Mellow Yellow". On today's card I used the Puddle Jumper digital stamp by Pixie Cottage Stamps.

My card base is Going Grey layered with PTI White then patterned paper from My Mind's Eye. The shadow layer is Going Grey layered with another of the My Mind's Eye patterned paper. I also wrapped a strip of satin ribbon around the shadow layer. The image was printed on PTI White and colored in using copic markers. To embellish the card I added a beautiful bow made from the satin ribbon and some yellow rhinestones.

Thanks for stopping by... hope you have a purr-fect day!

  • Stamps: Puddle Jumper (Pixie Cottage Stamps)
  • Paper: Basic Grey (Stampin' Up), White Cardstock (Papertrey Ink), Hattie Patterned Papers (My Mind's Eye, Stella and Rose Collection)
  • Ink: Copics E000, R20, T2, T5, T7, Y26, YR24, E43, BG0000, BG72, BG75, BG78
  • Other: Stitching, Paper Piercing, Gold Satin Ribbon, Yellow Rhinestones (Hero Arts), Glue Dots and Mounting Tape


Levana Sunandar said...

the ribbon, pattern paper, coloring, allll so great. You put it all in perfect balance, and great combination. love it, Karen! especially the stitch

Sadilla said...

Hi darling
I like so much your card... lovely image and colors... and as you know I love stitching!! =)

Sandra said...

This is just an amazing image love the colouring and the rain drops truly beautiful!:) Sandra H

Anonymous said...

Oh he is really adorable Karen! :) Love your colors and fun papers!

SandraW said...

Love the combination of colours, designpaper, embellishments and the stamp is so funny!

Hugs, Sandra

misteejay said...

Aww, what a fun image - lovely card.

Toni xx

Davi said...

Very pretty layers and stitching with cute little puddle jumper :)

Tanya R said...

I am just loving the colors, the layers, an let's not forget that stitching!