Sunday 11 October 2009

MTSC #42 and Stamp Something-brown and something

It's not often that I do a 2 in 1 challenge, but this one just fell into place. I had to make a birthday card and decided as it's that time of year I would use an Autumn theme with Mercy's Tuesday sketch over at
and of course the brown makes it suitable for Stamp Something's brown and something over at :o)
I used my own photograph of acorns for the backing, and cut the flower from a J&P Pictures DP on the Cricut. I had to turn the card round as Tilda is the wrong shape to make a landscape card. Used Copics for colouring and flowers/brads from stash.
Looks like I have mentioned everything here so won't do a recipe :o)
Jackie xx


Cass said...

Gorgeous card Jackie.Love the warm colours you've coloured Tilda.Fantastic acorn picture too.
Cass xxx

Lesley said...

2 challenges in one card - well hope you win - have a good weekend - lesley x


Hi Jackie
A gorgeous card,
Hugs Dianne xx

Ruth said...

Lovely card,the acorn photo was a greatidea,ruth x

Sarpreet said...

beautiful card

Unknown said...

jackie...what a fun card! love the dp, and that image is super cute!

thanks for playing along with my sketch for this've done an amazing job!


Joanne said...

Really cute! I like that you used your own photo, very clever!

Unknown said...

Smashing card Jack! Your colouring is up there with the best of 'em now love!
Viv xxx

Tab said...

Gorgeous card hun, love the sweet image and the colours you have chosen are delish!
Thanks for the tip with the camera, I shall try that, cos I would have loved to have captured his tail LOL.
Hugs Tab xxx

Lynsey said...

A double challenge card Jackie! You comment did make me smile! Your card is very pretty!
Hugs Lynsey:)

craftypagan said...

Such a lovely card! Love that Tilda! Thanks for stamping something with us, this week:) Hugs, Rowena-SS DT

Tracey said...

Jackie its such a lovely card and for two challanges, very clever.

Aunty Sue said...

hi jackie hope you are well love the colours on this and the colouring is spot on. Sue xx

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