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Friday, July 16, 2010

Little Jo on the swing

Today I made a summer card! I used a great sketch of Skipping Stones and I took the opportunity to include it in other challenges. This is a drawing I did long ago, Little Jo on the Swing and had not yet found the opportunity to use it. Jo is a very nice girl. I added a shiny small rhinestone flower on her hat. I drew the palm tree when Jo's image was ready and I include it because I guess that whenever we think in relaxing vacation we think in palm trees.

Card Supplies:
Image of EdithDesigns©, Bazzill Cardstock, 140lb watercolor paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Fiskars border circle punch paper, Cuttlebug “Birds and Swirls” emboss Folder, grosgrain pink ribbon, flower from K&Company Layered Accents, Little Collection’s flower rhinestone, pale green silk thread and my sewing machine.
Skipping Stones Design - Challenge 34
Lexis Creations - Stitches
Everybody Art Challenge 99 - Ferien
Little Red Wagon # 39 - Use a tree
Stempel Träume # 39 - Green + 2 other colors
Practical Scrappers - Embossing
Bunny Zoe's Craft - Summer Days
Dare U 2 Digi Stamping - Stitching
Stamp Something - Something Digital (my own Digi-Drawings)


Chris said...

Edith, I think this is your cutest yet!

CreaRenata said...

VEry cute! Thanks for playing at Stamop Something.


Avril Tanner said...

It is so adorable! Love that image!

Farida Rone said...

Sweet and adorable creation. Thanks for joining us at Lexi's Creations.

Autumn said...

How sweet is this! Great job! Thanks for joining usat Lexi's!

Tracey Feeger said...

Oh wow what an adorable card. Thanks for joining us at Stamp Something.

Beautiful Greetings said...

Wonderful card Edith! I am so happy to see this adorable guy at Skipping Stones Design!

Kandi Phillips said...

What a perfect idea for this sketch with the cute swinging girl! :) Love all the texture and depth you created! Thanks for playing along with us at SSD!

Chris said...

Such a gorgeous card and your image is very sweet! Love your design and colouring too. Thanks for joining us at DU2DS, Chris :)