Monday, 18 July 2011

GIFT HORSE



This is the first time I have used this digi but I have always admired cards made with this image.  For those of you who don't know this is a digi image from Whimsy Stamps by Chrissy Armstrong, check out her other stamps there is a great choice of cutie images.


I'm entering this card into the DT Call at SUNDAYS WITH CHRISSY - if you would like to try out too then click here.




Techniques:

Stitching - machine
Distressing - ink

Medium:
Copics and Promarkers
Prisma pencils
Stickles glitter glue

Papers:
Digital papers - Craft Artist
Dies used:
Tim Holtz ticket die
Embellishments:
Assortment of flowers
Bow (inside)
Fabric brad
Charm
Small pearls
Best wishes,
Challenges I'm entering this into

Sundays with Crissy - DT Call
DDH - Anything goes
Die Cut Dreams - Legged animals
KB Cute Monday - use a digi
Squigglefly - hoofs etc

10 comments:

Holly said...

so very cute! Thanks for playing with Squigglefly in the challenge!

Christine said...

Stunning Animal creation gorgeous layout & papers great take on the Animal antics theme..

thanks for sharing at DCD chall this wk.

smiles Christine xx

Stephanie aka Nerdette said...

Gorgeous card. I love all the layers and dimension.

Good luck with the DT call, this card is a lovely.

Crissy Armstrong said...

Omygoodness, wow! The cutting out of the image and popping up the sentiment look so great!! The sewing too, just makes it! But the flowers, wow. Love the colours on the saddle and horse too. GORGEOUS!!!

JD said...

This card is so adorable!

Liz said...

Its an eye popper Sharon incredible

will mail tomorrow hun been busy and sooo tired thanks for pics xx

hugs Liz xxxxxxxxxxxx

Amy Johnson said...

Such a cute card! I love the colors and how you did the horse. The charm and embellies are amazing too!

Lim said...

OH WOW!!!!Another stunning card. LOve it!
Hugs,
LIM

Heather said...

Thanks for joining us for the Hang Ten! challenge at Squigglefly this week.

Karen Howard said...

Gorgeous card, love the image and design! Wow, you are really creative! Hugs, Karen