Saturday, 7 September 2013

Grip it and Rip it!

I just don't seem to have any time to do much these days, there is lots going on here, including Meg starting a 2 year course (providing she likes it!) on Monday. You wouldn't believe the amount of  phone calls and emails (including taking and sending pics of her toilet chair) backwards and forwards from the company running the course about Meg's toileting needs. I am not complaining as they are trying really hard to get everything sorted out so that she will be comfortable and happy when she is there, but if I've explained something once I have explained it a thousand times (slight exaggeration LOL!). The course is from 9am until 3pm three days a week, and Eric and I are now actually going in with her on Monday morning to show them how to manage her needs and get her back comfortably in her wheelchair - if she is not in right, she is not a happy bunny. 

Most of the cards I post these days seem to be made up from kits or without any coloured images on them, I have been doing quite a bit of colouring, honestly, I just haven't found the time to get them made up into cards, with DT work, childminding and getting Meg sorted for Monday.
Hopefully once Meg is settled things will calm down a bit and I can get some cards made with my coloured images.

Anyway enough of all that, I have a card to show you, that once again uses a pre-coloured image. It's a Sassy Cheryl illustration called Grip it and Rip it Max which is available from Paper Creator, and I think it's quite a cute image for a young boy.

Image - Grip it and Rip it Max - Sassy Cheryl at Paper Creator
Papers, big star and arrow - Feeling Blue digital scrap kit - Crazy 4 Monograms
Stars - X-cut punches
Buttons and cord - Meiflower

I printed the image twice and layered the second with foam pads, and also doodled a double line around the edge of the image just to add a little something extra.

Enjoy the weekend,
hugs,
Colette xx


3 comments:

KS said...

Great Sassy Cheryl image from Paper Creator. I love the card design - brilliant!
Good luck with Meg on Monday, hope it all goes well (providing the travel situation is resolved!?!) xx

vickiscraft said...

Fab card Colette, just perfect for a lively little boy! I think you do an amazing job with your daughter and keep everything else going at the same time, I take my hat off to you! ;)

Have a good weekend :)
Vicki x

Pia S said...

I think this is such a cute card for a boy! Great layout and choice of embellishments!