Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Oh the times they are a-changing!

My nephew has just returned home from a school trip to.... wait for it...... India and Dubai!!!, now when I was a girl, back in the dark ages LOL! the furthest I ever got on a school trip was Wales! although I remember my daughter going to the Isle of Man and France, but India and Dubai, how times have changed. He's come home all fired up and ready to travel the world LOL!

Recently, while I was travelling the world..... wide web..... hehe! (it's the most travelling I do these days), I came across this digi stamp from the Etsy shop Milk Coffee, she's called Soya and dandelion, I love dandelions!(my garden is full of them, so I don't have a lot of  choice) and fairies, so the image had everything going for it, if it just had a penguin too then I would have all my favourite things together in one image. (if anyone ever spots a fairy penguin holding a dandelion digi stamp, be sure and let me know LOL!) Anyway, back to the topic in hand,  every time I spot a digi stamp that contains a dandelion, it somehow manages to jump into my basket, which is exactly what happened with this one, although, instead of gathering dust on my hard drive, as most of my other images do, I decided that I would colour her up straight away and make her into a card.



Digital Stamp - Soya and dandelion - Etsy - MilkCoffee
Papers - A New Day digital scrapbooking kit - Crazy 4 Monograms
Spellbinders Nestabilities Decorative Elements - Eyelet Squares
White ruffled ribbon, lemon satin ribbon and pearls - Meiflower.

The card was inspired by sketch #98 at Papertake Weekly




I am going to enter the following challenges with this card.

Papertake Weekly - Anything goes with a twist (optional) handmade flowers
Fan-Tastic Tuesday -  #73 Anything Goes with a twist: Add a Ribbon
Artistic Inspirations - Anything Goes with a Twist of Green
Craft Your Passion  - Always Anything Goes
Glitter n Sparkle - #126 Anything Goes

Thanks for dropping in,
hugs,
Colette xx

11 comments:

Sarah said...

What a very lucky chap!! How times have changed indeed!! Love your pretty card, the yellow is gorgeous and reminds us that the fields and gardens will soon be yellow with dandelions xx

Lau W said...

Oh oh spring arrives ! Love this card, fresh colors and so pretty image !
xxx

KT Fit Kitty said...

What an adorable card! So glad you linked up with us at Glitter n Sparkle for our "Anything Goes" challenge. Best of luck in our prize draw!

KT Fit Kitty
Glitter n Sparkle DT

Christine L said...

Awwww this image is soooooooo damn cute!! And just perfect for you by the sounds of it with her dandelion seat.. Love your wonderful design of course, and perfect colouring too... and I'll keep my eye out for the PERFECT image you're looking for!! hehe!

Big hugs
Christine x
PS - I went to France when I was 12 with the school... they must've had big ideas! x

cotnob said...

This is such a pretty card Colette, your image is so sweet and you have coloured her beautifully.
I will keep an eye open for a fairy penguin holding a dandelion digi stamp and let you know if I see one!
Pauline
x

Bridie Payne said...

Gorgeous card, I love the bright spring colours and your colouring is making me very jealous!

Thank you so much for leaving a lovely comment on my blog

Have a great day!

Bridie@BGPayne Crafts

rachel taylor said...

lovely card thanks for sharing with FTT Rachel dt

Karen said...

As you know Dandelions and Fairies are my favourites too (though I don't share your desire for a penguin in the mix - no matter how cute they are!)And unlike you I am not allowed them in my garden ;( - super cute card, brilliant colouring and design from you as usual! x

Helena (Gvendalen) said...

Very pretty card! Love cute image, beautiful colors and layout. Thanks for sharing your lovely creation for the Craft Your Passion Challenges, hope to see you again soon, hugs, Helena

craftybunny said...

Such a sweet image and coloured so beautifully too.Pretty card.Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see again next week.
Lisa x

Marjorie said...

How lucky to go on such a fabulous school trip, I think the furthest away I went was Blue John mines in Cheshire lol!!
Fabulous card, and I love how you have used one of the lovely sketches from Dawny!!... Good luck with the challenge..
Hugs,
Marjorie DT 'Papertake Weekly'
xx