Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Nice, Bright, and Cheery on this dull snowy day

One of my New Years resolutions is to use up my stash and also try things new,

The Sketch for this card is something I have never done before,
I have never drawn my own sketch before I have always followed someone elses sketch.

The other new thing I used was my Crafters Companion CD, that I got before Christmas but had not used it yet, I have been ever so good this year so far, I have only bought one cd, no papers or other craft items yet, that is one resolution that I may break. lol.


I wanted to make a easel card, which was nice and bright and cheery on this dull snowy day.
I fell in love with this pyramage and invertage image with matching backing paper.
The ribbons I used on this card are recycled from presents and bits from Christmas as well.

I drew this sketch below, and the above photo's are the end result.

I originally started off doing this card for the Its a Crafter's Companion challenge,
then found it fitted these others as well -
Easel Card - Stampavie & More
New Items - Crafty Cardmakers
Girly Card - Cupcake Craft
New Years Resolutions - 3 Clovers

Thanks for stopping by,
your comments mean the world to me,
Hugs
Angie
x X x

23 comments:

coldwaters2 said...

Oh Angie it does make you feel better that image is gorgeous and I do so love your design and colours bright and cheerful.

Hugs
Lorraine x

jacque4u2c said...

This is fantastic! I just love the stacked look! Great job!

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Angie,
This is a gorgeous card. It is beautifully built up and the overall efeect is fabulous. I love iy.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Oh wow!! This is so gorgeous Angie!! I love your pretty flowers!! HUGS

craft_princess said...

Very pretty!!

Faye said...

I love easel cards and I love what you've done with this. The colours are so refreshing amongst all this snow! So looking forward to working with you on the Kaboodles DT! Hugs. x

Ellephantastic Cards and Crafts said...

Oh hun its very pretty & bright fabby! What a great idea to draw out a sketch first. I never thought of that...doh!!

Hugs
PS I'll go to kaboodle now tee hee!

Rainbow Lady said...

Angie this is so beautiful bright and cheery - love it. Great sketch too. Thanks for recycling with me this week Love Cynthia x

twiggypeasticks said...

Very pretty and Spring like. I'm trying to use up my stash too .)
twiggy x

sassyb07 said...

my goodness Angie, it's beautiful! WOW you make beautiful cards! stay warm, LOL
hugs, Valerie

Debbie said...

Lovely bright happy card Angie. :) Love both the designs together. :)

xxDebbiexx

Rachel said...

Lovely card. Thanks for joining in with us.
Rachel
IACCCB

Kim. said...

Wow what a beautiful card on yet another dull day. Love the colours and the flowers you have used and your sketch is perfect for it.
Kim xXx

The Crafty Den said...

What a gorgeous card. Such a pretty image and the papers are definitely girly! Thanks for joining us at cupcake craft challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x

Avril Ann said...

Angie this is indeed Cheerful, I am getting so fed up off the snow, I am going Stir Crazy, as we have had snow since 19th December and my walking stick does not cope....so I have not been out....so loving this bright card and wishing for spring..Hugs Avril xxxx

BA said...

this is really wonderful angie
thanks for joining us at stamapvie & more
xoxo BA

Anne H. said...

WOW - your easelcard is gorgeous!
An adorable image and beautiful colors!
Thanks for joining us this week at Stampavie and More.
Anne :)

Emma said...

So beautiful and pretty...
Hugs Emma x

Valoudesbois said...

Beautiful card, thanks for joining us at SAM

Wendy said...

This is lovely Angie, love yoir sketch and card made with it.
good luck

~ Ali ~ said...

This is fab and a great sketch. Thanks for joining in IaCC.

stephanne said...

Soooo nice and refreshing, I love how the image pops right off the card!! Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations!!
Stephanne

Jack said...

Absolutely beautiful. What a bright and cheerful card.
Jack (Crafty Cardmakers)