Friday, April 1, 2011

Gift Wrapped - LOTV

 This is a card for one of my grandkids & those fab little bunnies from Lili of the Valley are perfect for just about any occasion.  This little guy is called Gift Wrapped.  I used Copics to colour the image, paper from the stash I hoard & the button & brads are Basic Grey.
Lili of the Valley - Spring
Card Making Mamas - Embellish It
Prairie Fairy - Spring


Anonymous said...

Fab colours and great layout, love the sweet image!
Helen x

Shannon White said...

Oh my gosh! Marilyn! This is such an adorable card! I love the DP you chose, the fab button and twine combo and great coloring too! And BTW, thanks so much for the super sweet comment on my Blog. Hope you have a great weekend! 8-)

Annika said...

I want your stash cause I LOVE that paper! Lush purples!!

Chrissy said...

Awww such a cute the butterflys helping, thats so sweet.
The other thing so sweet was you..commenting on my gradaughters card she made. Thank you so much. You made her very happy today.

Alissa said...

Love the sketch and the DP you used. Those colors are great!

Collette said...

How sweet - love your coloring - did you tweak your blog again? Looks lovely still.

Paige said...

sweet card and love the adorable image!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Darling image- fantastic coloring! Love this!!!

debby4000 said...

Oh this is wonderful and adorable cute image.

Hege-Annie Simonsen said...

This is SOOOOO cute!!! Love it - fab colouring!!! Thank you for entering the FFF challenge "Oh, so spring"!

Hugs, Hege

Debs said...

Adorable, too cute image, and fabulous papers, thanks so much for joining us at Prairie Fairy Fridays, we hope to see you again soon

CraftyC said...

A beautiful card Marilyn, love the papers. Thanks for taking part in this weeks LOTV Challenge!

Carrie said...

This caught my eye right away Marilyn. I love that striped paper and the purple. What fabulous coloring too. I bet the grandkids will love it.

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