Sunday, 29 November 2009

'Anyone for Anya' guest DT card

This is my second........and final........guest DT card for the 'Anyone for Anya' challenge blog.......and this week the challenge is to follow a lovely simple sketch by DawnyP. When I first started making cards............ I followed sketches much of the time........and I still enjoy it.......they certainly give a beginner more confidence.......and some of my favourite cardmakers use them a lot of the time.

Decided to give xmas a rest today........and went for red and black.
Anya [though I think this cute one actually has a different name!!] has been watercoloured......the papers are all Dovecraft...........card is SU..............flowers from Hobbycraft.......sentiment is Clare Curd........and I know a few people this sentiment would suit!!!!
Have a peaceful Sunday everyone..........and please pop back later to hear about my fabby day yesterday at Steph's Make and Take.

7 comments:

Tracy said...

This is really gorgeous Jacky, I love the colours you've used and the choice of image goes perfectly.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Maria Ontiveros said...

Good morning Jacky! Lovely card! I love red black and cream/white. This actually seems like a sketch I could follow. It's funny that you mentioned in a comment on my blog that Tim Holtz is outside your comfort zone, because I find him so much easier easier to copy that your style! I love them both and it's fun to try it all.
Rinda

pinky said...

Excellent card Jacky, love the colour choices and that sentiment is brilliant, could use that for a few people too lol.
Pinky

Lynne in NI said...

Fabulous card Jacky! LOVE your colour combo and your colouring is wonderful!
:o)

cottonberrycreations said...

Hello Jacky
I decided to take a few moments out today to blog hop and thank all my followers for being there for me.
I have taken a look at all your latest creations and your talent never ceases to amaze me. I know if I am short of inspiration I can take a peek at your work and something I see will always give me an injection of creativity. Thank you for sharing your talent and have a great Christmas.

Shirley

Jane said...

you have some gorgeous things on your blog, will be popping back again to take a look :)

Kathyk said...

This is delightful and I love the warming colours used - Black and red is just fab together. Another triumph Jacky