Friday, January 1, 2010

Happy New Year!

I just wanted to take a moment & wish everyone a Happy New Year! I only did a few New Years cards, but the pics didn't come out that good (did I already say I really need a new camera?).

This card is made from a digital image by Mo Manning. I had another image of hers that I also love with the New Year's baby, but this one also works great for this purpose. I showed the cards with & without the extra confetti. It's hard to cut out all of those tiny pieces, so I used some of my punches. Notice that Bronte the dog even has some bones in his confetti! ~ Lee

Digital stamp image by Mo Manning (Digital Pencil Too)
Markers: Zig & white gel pen for highlights
Letter Stickers: Miss Elizabeths
DP & textured mulberry paper: unknown
Border & Ovals: Fiskars scissors & Oval Maker
Ribbon: unknown
Punches: various - McGill, Fiskars, The Paper Studio
Adhesive: Tape Runner & Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive


Rose Petal said...

Hello Lee. Beautiful card, lovely colours and such a great image.
May I wish you a very Happy and Peaceful New Year.
Take care and Happy Crafting.
Love Sandra xx

Sheila said...

Fabulous card Lee, gorgeous colours and fab papers.
Thanks for joining us this week on Mo's challenge.
Sheila xx

Elaine L. said...

Very cute card! I love the circular sentiment and that bright green bow. Thanks for joining us in Mo's Challenge this week.

Caryn said...

Great card - love the big bow!!

Wishing you all the best for 2010 and hope to see you again over at Mo's Challenge Blog.

Caryn xxx

grandmalee said...

Thanks for all of your lovely comments!
Here's to a great 2010!!!

Dawn B. said...

Fun festive and fabulous.. You did a super job on this challenge.. Thanks for joining us at Mo's this week.

Sandy Hulsart said...

Well, this is a very happy card, just adorable. Good luck and thanks for joining us at Mo's challenge blog.

Anonymous said...

so cute! Mo's images always make me smile! thanks for sharing your creation!
Pam Going Postal

Rosemary said...

This is such a fun card; the exuberance just comes through and that is saying something from a photo!


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