Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Wibbly Wobbly

Ooooh Two posts in one day, usually I'm doing well if I make two posts in one week!
I've actually managed the Little Extra for the Daring Cardmakers this week. In fact I've done TWO cards.
The challenge this week is to use this wibbly wobbly wavy sketch
Here are my cards.



card 1: papers from a little B&W pad from pda, flowers, brads and ribbon from stash







card 2: paper sei "doodley doo", felt flower, felt scraps, braid, brads and buttons from stash


I wanted to make the lettering fit the waves but should have planned ahead and done that first rather than left it till the end. Never was any good at forward planning.....

More cards to see on the blog, and we'd love to see what you can do with this sketch

11 comments:

Michelle said...

both great cards Kathy but I have to say card 2 is my fave - it's so pretty!
Pootle x

Hazel said...

Lovely cards, Kathy - what a super template. Pleased to hear about the planning permission!

Rein said...

These cards are both beautiful!

Lynne said...

Great cards Kathy.

So Sonya said...

I am loving this sketch! Fantastic cards!!!

Jo said...

wow! 2 cards and they are both supe yummy scrummy - I love your cards

jo xx

ps please may we have an easier template next time, miss? lol

Sylvie :) said...

Your cards are wonderful with this sketch !!! great sketch !! Hope I can do it... this week is so busy :(

Suzan-- said...

Kathy--great cards!! I especially like the one with rick rack, and the felt flower (I love anything felt!)

Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog!

Suzan

Clare said...

Both great cards, love the red highlights on the black and white one. The felt flower is lovely, I have bought some felt so must try and make my own embellies with it!

Louly said...

I love both your cards Kathy I love the way you gone double wiggly with the ric rac on card two (that's my fave). Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog chuck.

Rosie (Freycob) said...

I've never worked off any of the sketches but will use this to catch up with DCM. Looking forward to it too!