Sunday, 6 September 2009

Dottie's World Challenge

Before I begin can somebody tell me who stole summer? I'm very annoyed and I will be turning up at their door with my truncheon!
Anyhow, this weeks challenge over at Dottie's World is baby themed, pop over for more info.
I'm quite pleased with this card and it was only a quickie!


These die cut Wild Raspberry papers from K&Company are fantastic! They take all the work out of card making and give a really professional look.
he image is of course one of the Charmed downloads (what else?!!) It's called Waiting for Santa and it's from the new collection - Charming Christmas -very reasonably priced too if I say so myself!

6 comments:

June said...

Fabulous card, and of course it had to be using one of my fav images he he, ooh Iloves dreamer, and you have done her proud, brilliant darl xx

Gail said...

I've been visiting your blog for a long time and all the cards you create are always beautuful but I miss the old you.I enjoyed all the different things you used to make and wonder if you still have time to do other things.Have you used your kiln recently ?
Still love your stuff anyway.

Sammi said...

oh wowsers! This card is soo beautiful! Gorgeous work Lou!! xxx

Oh no.... I suppose we must have stolen your summer... seems we have not had a proper winter here this year *Sammi runs away and hides*
although, if you turn up on the door that's not too bad.. I'll put the kettle on (and a bullet prof vest -just in case).
(hugs)

Claireabelle said...

This is lovely, that image is just gorgeous
x

Gunn (Merete) said...

Now, my vacation at Creta is over and I am home in my livingroom with my sweet litle pink laptop. And ofcours I have to take a blog hop at my lovely colleges blogs.
This is just such a fantastic card. I love it. And what a great idea for using this image for a baby card.
I am so looking foreward to start playing with my latest bundle of stamps.
Hugs Gunn :-D

Nicole Bailey said...

Oh I just love that you used that image for my challenge! How clever....and I love the papers you used too!