Monday, 19 June 2017

Duke


Hello my (hopefully) loyal blog friends.

I have been conspicuous by my absence once again, I mean seriously, 5 months since my last post!!

I have no excuses, except life getting in the way.

I have been making cards, and have photos of everything, but just finding the time to blog has been beyond me.

This is a card made for a male friend, I absolutely adore this image from Mo Manning and once I had purchased it couldn't wait to use it, I think it is perfect for male cards.

I kept the card simple, as I think the image is quite a statement on its own, plus adding lots of embellishments on male cards never seems to work for me.



There has been another 'small' distraction in the household for the last couple of months .....

Please meet Misty



Misty is a Westie and is now 4 months old, she is such a naughty puppy, but adorable.  I have wanted a Westie like forever and finally I have one (didn't think hubby would let me get her, but he did).

Card recipe:

Image: 'Duke' Mo's Digital Pencil coloured with my Copics
Sentiment: Craftwork Cards (sadly it doesn't look as though these are still available)
Brad from my stash

Wow that was a simple card, hardly any ingredients!!

Thank you for visiting, and I really appreciate any comments that you leave.


1 comment:

Marilyn said...

Love this card and the sweet puppy image. I know what you mean about other distractions but I am glad to see you back. I try to keep up but it takes time. I do love visiting blogs though because there is so much talent and inspiration out there.
It was sad to hear about Holly's passing. I wish dogs could live forever because they bring so much joy and happiness to our lives. About 5 years ago, our dogs died within a year of each other. They'd had long and good lives but it was still hard to let them go.
Misty looks adorable and I both envy you and don't envy you with a new puppy... hahahahha... I remember all the chewing, peeing and rowdiness that comes with a puppy. I love how every day is a brand new day for them and they seem to do everything with such gusto.