Thursday, 5 July 2012

One for the little girls.

When I'm using Graphic 45 for cards......I usually stick to using the images in the pad.......but I thought the 'Little Darlings' papers would be great with stamped images as well.....I don't own much in the way of baby images.....but this LOTV one is perfect.I used the sketch on Sweet Sketch Wednesday......I do love sketches!!
I thought the green gave a bit of contrast.....the sentiment is from the pad......just some ribbon and gems to finish it off.
Really Reasonable Ribbon want 'children's birthday'......Dutch Dare want 'for a child'.........'anything goes' for Papertake Weekly and Lili's Little Fairies.....and Stampin for the Weekend want 'your style' [I think I can safely say that layering is my style!!]
And now I'm off to the hairdresser.....thank goodness.......my hair is driving me mad!!

21 comments:

Elizabeth said...

A lovely girly, girl card and that baby is the cutest ever. I like the way you have matted the different pattern papers and then layered them. I think you are a terrific card maker.

Kathyk said...

It's adorable - could almost have been little A a while back! Always love your use of layers

Happy Thursday

Kathyk

Linda Anderson said...

Oh how adorable!! A perfect baby girl card! Such a darling image. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Linda

scrappyjen said...

Gorgeous image and perfect colours. A delicate coral.. lovely! jenx

Jeannie said...

Oh my goodness this is one of the sweetest baby cards I've ever seen! The colors and all of the special details you added are so perfect with this adorable image! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Peace & Luv,
Jeannie

mulberry station said...

This is absolutely adorable. I don't know when I have seen a cutier baby card. I love your papers and you have done a fantastic job coloring your image. Thanks for sharing your card with us.
Nancy SSW-DT

Karen said...

I know it's been used above, but "adorable" seems to be the perfect word for this card!

Ginger said...

VERY cute!! the soft pinky color goes well with the green :)One of my colleagues just became a grandma today - she is thrilled :)

Kathie said...

Hi Jacky this card is just adorable I do love your colour combo with the olive green. Your papers are really pretty and I just adore gingham on cards. Love your pretty embellishments. This is a wonderful card and thanks so much for sharing it with us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday and good luck.
Hugs
Kathie SSW-DT
xox

Abi said...

This is such a cute card. I love the colour combination of green and pink

debby4000 said...

Love your gorgeous and adorable card.
luv
Debby

♥ Mary Janes TEAROOM said...

I always love to see your latest designs Jacky and this is just adorable!...I love the colours and agree about the touch of green...
Have fun at the hairdressers and hope you have a great weekend,
Susan x

Sugar Lump Studios said...

goodness Jacky this is the sweetest card ever! I love that darling image and design. I hope all is well your way (I have been a bad blogger) and you enjoy your weekend! :)

Scrappi Sandi said...

so cute! love the addition of the gems! perfect! :D

pinky said...

Just adorable Jacky!

Simple and Sweet said...

What a darling card and such a sweet image! You colored her up perfectly and matched everything together so well! Thanks for joining us this week!
Erika SSW DT

Arlana said...

This is the sweetest baby card ever. Love all you added touches. Have a sweet day!!! Arlana@SSW!!!

Heide said...

This is just the sweetest image. Lovely papers and what super cute card. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesdays.
Hugs, Heide SSW-DT

Sharon Basel said...

This is beautifully done and so sweet Jackie. Your coloring is soft and pretty. I love the green contrast and those gorgeous papers. And the scallop square base adds such interest. Fab job and thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday!
Sharon

Dora said...

Awww another cutie, love those papers and soft colours xxx

Bonnie said...

Great card! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.