A Red and Green card for The Ribbon Girl Colour Challenge

I had a crafting session last night to get up to date with my DT work and when I had finished, I treated myself to a little play time. I made this quick card using an image which was sent to me by the lovely Becky as part of my birthday present.

I coloured the image using my Promarkers and cut it out with my Nestabilities. I used a lovely paper from my scraps box and layered it on to red and green paper and ran my sewing machine around the edges. I added some lovely gingham ribbon, an Elzybells sentiment and a lovely little button from The Ribbon girl.
I am entering this card in the 2nd Ribbon Girl Colour Challlenge, the theme this month is Red and Green.
Jane
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7 comments:

  1. Jane! This is gorgeous - now I 'need' that stamp :)
    Thanks for playing with the Ribbon Girl Colour Challenge

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  2. this is so sweet jane....love your colour work and thanks for joining in the fun at the Ribbon Girl Challenge....hugs kath xxx

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  3. Wow! Love what you made with the image Jane, so so cute!! xx

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  4. Gorgeous image - loving the gingham ribbon it really finishes it off xx

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  5. Hi Jane...
    I think everyone has said what I was going to say..
    Really lovely card! image is great and I love the scallop circle and the papers...Your new craft spot looks full of goodies!

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  6. Hi stunning card and great blog you have here love your new look craft area think may room could do with a make over (very messy)!!!!

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  7. This is just beautiful and vivid.

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