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I am a Primary school teacher teaching Year Five and Six (5th & 6th Grades). I have a wonderful husband and 2 gorgeous children in their teens. I love card making and have a bit of a crafting/stamping obsession! Just ask my DH!


Friday, 12 November 2010

Reeta and her kitty

Have made  the following card using  an image  from The Greeting Farm called  Reeta. I'm not sure whether this stamp is still available (I think it is discontinued) but I found mine using good old google! The reason for all the 'brown' is that I am entering it into a copic challenge to use just brown. I thought it would be a hard thing to do but it was surprisingly easy...I have lots of Earth tone copics thank goodness.  I also thought it would look a bit blah but I actually really like how it turned out! Hope you like it too!

Challenges entered:
Anyone for Anya? - Use Kraft card
Copic Creations - Colour using browns
Lili of the Valley Challenge Week 73 - Anything Goes

Card Recipe:
Cardstock: Bazzill, Plain white cardstock, Stampin' Up Kraft card
Paper: DCWV Sweet Stack, DCWV Linen Closet stack
Stamps: The Greeting Farm Reeta, Stampin' Up sentiment from Best Yet set
Inks: Memento Black Tuxedo, Versafine Black Onyx
Embellishments/Other: Copics, Cream grosgrain Ribbon, Kindyglitz Crystalina, Prima flowers, Martha Stewart garden trellis punch, Kaisercraft brown rhinestones, Nestabilities

Thanks for looking...have a great day!
~Susan xxox


Jenny said...

Yes! I definitely do like it. Looks great! I have just a few of those brown copic markers too. Okay maybe more than a few ;)
Good luck with those challenges. Jenny B x

Elizabeth said...

Don't just like it, love it - the whole composition is gorgeous and that stamp is fab. Elizabeth x

Carisa said...

gorgeous - i love the vintage feel to this card!

yvonne said...

Stunning, love the attention to detail
Thanks for joining us at Anyone for Anya
Yvonne x

Dena said...

Oh, neat colors! Great card!
Thanks for joining the LOTV Challenge this week and good luck on the candy!
Hugs, Dena