Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Flying

Another card using my distress inks - crushed olive, faded jeans and scattered straw. The stamps are Andy Skinner 'Flight of Fancy' and the gears have been die cut and inked.

I wish I could pay heed to the sentiment. The fear I have doesn't stop me flying it just makes me need a very large vodka!

I am entering the sketch challenge on Less is More and the clean and simple challenge on Truly Scrumptious.

18 comments:

Vicky said...

This is super hun....and I NEED a large one too...lol...

big hugs Vicky xx

Molecraft said...

Hi Liz, fabulous card, love the design and gorgeous colours!
Helen x

Kerri said...

fab..love it the saying is great thks for sharing..

debby4000 said...

Oh this is brilliant Liz.
luv
Debby

fatmonica said...

I love this-it's fabulous!

Debgem said...

Great colours, inspirational sentiment and lovely image - fab card!

Chrissie said...

Fabulous card Liz, the colours are so rich and the design is just terrific.
Just sit back and enjoy the vodka!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Fabulous creation. Love the sentiment too.

Mandi said...

Superb card Liz, as always
such an original
Thank you
Mandi LIM

deirdre said...

love it. great colours.

Faye said...

This is a bit WOW, innit?! ;)
xxx

Katina said...

Fantastic card Liz!! x

Donna Mosley said...

Great card Liz, love the colours and cogs.

Donna x

Mrs A. said...

Those colours just zing. It's not the going up I mind it's the landing especially when it's back in the UK!!!! Hugs Mrs A.

Aleksandra said...

Great card! I like it, particularly the sentiment... it has such a strong message. The colors are great!

Have a nice day!
Aleksandra

lin_ka1 said...

Beautifully chosen topic of composition. Congratulations. I really like

Robyn Oliver said...

Love you card and the colours are fantastic

Anja's KortKreasjoner said...

WOW! Such a LOVELY card. Perfect colour combo. Thank you for joining us at Truly Scrumptious this fortnight. Hope to see you in our next challenge.
Hugs, Anja