Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Hello Sweety...

I had the chance to make a couple of cards this afternoon while watching a Doctor Who DVD with DD, & if you are a Whovian, you will get the reference in my title...
Anyhow, here is my entry for Stampotique's challenge blog, last minute, but at least I made it LOL


I started with a white card base, doodled in the B&W edge, stamped Miss Snottie (one of my newest purchases, this was her first outing!) onto a piece of scrap white cs & cut out,and as the theme calls for B&W and a hint of colour, I added a painted piece of mesh (I think it's called plasterers tape?)  and the sentiment (Carolee's red letter stickers)  I used some foam tape for added dimention...I hope the school holidays are being kind to you too  : )

11 comments:

Jayne C said...

Great card....love the border and the red set off the image perfectly!! x

shirley said...

This is awesome Vicky! Love your doodling, I thought it was a stamp.
The red background is fab.
I almost used Miss Snottie!
Yes,great craft minds do think alike!
:)

Fiona said...

Awesome Vicky! that red is fabulous on the mesh!!

Jenny said...

Awesome Vicky... love the red mesh and the doodled background... fabulous...

Jenny x

Kaz said...

Love it! She looks fab on that mesh. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique.

Willy said...

Absolutely stunning! Thanks for joining us at Stampotique Designers Challenge # 38.

Cuchy said...

Qué chula! perfect for a teenager, no? :)

Basement Stamper said...

The addition of the painter's tape/mesh is perfect. Thanks for playing with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge.

Gez said...

Fabulous! Love your border and great choice of image. :)
Thank you for joining us at Stampotique Designers Challenge.

KatzElbows said...

I've been calling people sweetie for years, but never like River Song! And I think your card is very much in keeping with dear old River.

Here's to the finale on Saturday! And than you for visiting me.

Lyn S said...

This is just awesome Vicky! Love that mesh tape, the red really makes the image pop, and your doodling looks fantastic!