Tuesday 30 January 2018

You Rock

Morning all.
We've a brand new challenge starting over at Cardz4Guyz today. This time our theme is-


Plenty to get your teeth into there I think. Here is my inspiration on the theme.

My daughter requested some child's birthday cards as she had run out, the hectic social whirl of 7-8 year olds, so I decided to take the LIM OLC challenge and create a cute music inspired card.
This image was a Pink Gem digi freebie from a mag a few months ago and after deciding on my design I printed him off on card and coloured him with Copics before adding deep shadow as it was a OLC and some extra music notes. To finish I doodled a frame with a fine liner and added the sentiments. I did add a few extra marks to his face as my daughter doesn't like the trend for faces without noses and mouths!
For more inspiration check out the rest of the team, then why not build up your stock of cards and join in, we'd love to see you.

Joining in over at:-

The Cutie Pie Challenge Blog
January Blues

One Layer


  1. Great coloring, Julie! Good call to add those details to his face too -I understand your daughter! :) Love the doodled border and all the other fun details in this card. Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

  2. I am so glad that you added a mouth Julie...the mouthless stamps scare the life out of me!! Great card!! xx

  3. Glad to see I'm not the only one who finds it odd! Thanks for adding them, mum!

  4. This does qualify as cute! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  5. Fabulous one layer card, love your colouring and the way you have made it look dimensional with the shadow,
    Hugs Kaz xx

  6. Ooooh this is such a sweetie! Gorgeous choice of image and the blues look beautiful!

    Thank you for joining in with the Cuties, do come back soon xx

  7. Fabulous one layer, Jules. Your colouring is fantastic. Sorry I'm late visiting, and what a coincidence our new challenge is 'music'! :D
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x


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