Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Papertake Weekly Challenge - design team card

Hello. It's Tuesday! 
Time for another Papertake Weekly Challenge.
 And this week it's...
Anything Goes 
(optional extra - Christmas)

We have a very generous prize from our sponsors - 

A £10 gift voucher!
 For my card I have gone a bit less is more! I used two little Penny Black robins from the Christmas Friends set. I watercoloured them with Inktense pencils and fussy cut. The heart die is new and is from a Die-namics set. Some twine and a little LOTV sentiment stamp - job done!

 For more gorgeous inspiration from my teamies and all the details on how to enter visit 

See you there!



Craftychris said...

Ooh this is so sweet! Love the heart and the addition of the twine! Fab xx

Carole said...

I love this Liz...so sweet those robins. That heart die id lovely too. A really fab card.xx

Sue said...

Gorgeous card Liz. I love the cute robins, beautiful die cut heart design and the way you have added the twine looks wonderful.
Sue xx

Hazel (Didos) said...

Ah this is great, Love Hazel (PTW GDT) xx

Donna Mosley said...

Gorgeous card Liz, love the cute robins.

Donna x

Debs said...

Uber cute Liz - love the sweet robins and fabulous twine detail.
Debs xx

Mrs A. said...

I adore your robins. Hugs Mrs A.

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Liz :-) the little birds are super cute and I love the heart die cut design ,,, lovely :-)

Lols x x x

jem (jane elizabeth middleton) said...

what a little tweety .
love your Christmas card Liz.

Maria Ontiveros said...

I am so not thinking about Christmas, but this is very cute!

Jacee said...

Lovely card, really like how you have used the twine, lovely.
Just found your blog, so enjoyed looking around, you make some really lovely cards. I have become a follower so I shall be calling in to see your lovely creations regularly, hope you'll come and visit me too.
Hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Pop, Paper, Scissors said...

Very pretty. My kind of card... lots of white and a big pop of color. I don't come by often enough.