Thursday, 16 June 2016

straight to the point

Hello. I did a wee bit paper piecing! The stamp is 'straight to the point' by My Favourite Things. The 'paint strokes' are die cut using a Paper Smooches die called, yep, you guessed - paint strokes!

Do you think that's summer over? My woolly cardi is back on and I have my thermal vest on stand by!

10 comments:

Carole said...

Oh it is so good to have you back Liz...your card is lovely...those paint strokes........brilliant and a fabulous design! My cardi is on and the flippers came out his morning for the huge puddles. Off to find the sun on Sat in Cyprus.....so....you are bound to have fantastic weather next week!! xx

Valerija said...

Great card with a lovely image and beautiful colours.
Valerija xx

Lorraine said...

A gorgeous card Liz, she looks fabulous in her paper pieced dress
Lorraine x

Craftychris said...

Fabulous card! Love the paper piecing and the matching mat too! I also have been wearing my woolly cardi! xxx

Ruth said...

Yep, we've switched straight over to Autumn again. I feel I should have the heating on. This is a super cute card. I love the tartan paper and that little girl is so sweet paper pieced. Would look lovely in felt...... lol!! xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

So adorable, great layout, need that die

Lyn said...

Loving your card, the paint splashed look really cool with that little dimension going on there :)

Ella's Design said...

Love this, Liz! These MFT girls always remind me of my eldest niece for some reason! I love the paper piecing on her dress, the paint strokes die, great CAS design, fab paper and notebook edge...heck, I guess that means I love it all! Hugs, Lisa x

Paper Scissors Glitter said...

Love the card Liz, especially the paint strokes die, will have to put that on my next purchase list. I hope summer is still on its way. We had a brief spell down here in East Anglia but can't really remember it now as it has been replaced with storms, torrential rain and wind - lovely

Crafty She said...

Oh she is lovely..The paint stroke dies look brilliant too. Xx