Friday 8 August 2014

Happy Hoppers

My second card for today is for the following challenges:
I used nitwits country meadow paper pad from LOTV, all matted on kraft.
I paper pieced the duvet from the patchwork paper, and coloured the rest of the image with promarkers.
To embellish i added a sentiment, ribbon and buttons.


  1. Pretty card, Natalie! Gorgeous papers, fab layout and cute Housemouse image! Thanks for joining in with my theme this week at Passion for Promarkers! Lisa x

  2. Natalie, love your card. Sweet image and colored up beautifully. The layers are wonderful and embellishments looks so nice. Thanks for joining us and sharing your card for the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.


  3. What a fun image!! I love how well your papers match the quilt on the bed. Just beautiful

    Thanks for joining us at Gruffies and Guests.


  4. Hi Natalie these sweet hoppers are having so much of my fav colour combos, love the paper pieced duvet nice take on the Relaxing chall. theme.

    Thanks for sharing with us at House Mouse and Friends Mon chall..hope to see you again soon.

    smiles Christine x

  5. Awwh this is just too cute, Natalie - fab image and colour combo! Thanks for playing along with us at PFP this week, good luck! Juliexx

  6. Your card is gorgeous and thank you for joining in our challenge at Gruffies and Guest "Anything goes with the option of Boys" good luck and hope to see you again next time Dt Member Sandra H xx

  7. Such a cute Card! I love the Image and the papers you used!
    Thanks for joining us at Gruffies and Guests Challenge.
    Silvia DT


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