Hi everyone, I was so chuffed to win a prize on the last House Mouse Challenge that I couldn't wait to make another card. This fortnight the theme is 'Transport'. This little mouse is using a donut to roll along...
I used the House Mouse triple cd, also printing the matching backing paper. I found some contrasting card for the matting. I've used Sakura glitter pens to colour the 'sprinkles' on the donut to complement the spots on the ribbon. I've then chosen one of those colours to be the accent and added candi and a couple of mix and match paper flowers . The ribbon is actually a Boofle one and, luckily, I had a matching bow. Here are some close ups...
I've also decorated the inside to balance the card better as it was a little bit front heavy...
I would like to enter this for the following:-
House Mouse and Friends - Transport
Penny's Paper-crafty Challenge - 3 different embellies (ribbon, candi & flowers)
Make it Monday - Anything goes
Thanks for visiting, I hope to see you again soon
Ein Traum deine Karte,ReplyDelete
Fabulous card, LOVE the image and fab layout.ReplyDelete
beautiful and love this image thanks for playing along at the House Mouse and Friends Monday challenge and yes will add this technique to the next class ;)ReplyDelete
Hugs Kate xx
Beautiful.Love House Mouse xReplyDelete
Helen, you came up with the cutest card, and whatReplyDelete
a creative idea to use this image. Love your papers
flowers and layout too. Thanks for joining us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.
Gorgeous creation and yummy transport, thanks for joining House Mouse & Friends Monday challenge, good luck.ReplyDelete
Simply gorgeous! Thank you for sharing with us over at MIM. Hugs Kerry xxReplyDelete
This card makes your smile, good thinking to use it as a transport card! Great coloring and layout. Thanks for visiting my blog!ReplyDelete
This is lovely, thank you for sharing with us at Pennys..And good luckReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your “Transport” creation with us at House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge!ReplyDelete
Ha! Helen-now this is a creative way to get around, isn't it?
♥ Sue Kment
Looks like a funny way to be transported on, I would wish to try it myself ;)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for joining the fun this time over at HM&FMC, Helen, hope to see you again soon!