Thursday, 19 September 2013

Make It Sparkle …




Good evening everyone, how are you tonight?

I’m a bit late with my Papertake challenge, another week has flown by in the blink of an eye and caught me out!

This week the theme is …

Make It Sparkle

It’s a lovely one, you just need to add something sparkly and I don’t think many of us crafters need asking twice to add a bit of bling to our cards!

There’s a lovely voucher up for grabs for the lucky winner and our sponsors are Mary & Andrea from The Ribbon Girl






I’ve done a little Winter scene on my card for this challenge and added sparkle in the form of Frantage to create a snowy effect…


PTW25 - Sparkle


skating fun


The characters are of course the adorable Jack, Patch and Puss (minus Puss!) from Lili of the Valley and this stamp is Skating Fun. I coloured them and then cut them out so I could stick them on with Pinflair to give a 3d effect

The little circular sentiment is from the Greetings Postmark set

Dies are Memory Box and Marianne




Hope you like it, enjoy your evening everyone x






  1. oh my Anne - what a super duper card - love it - they look so very happy! Big Hugs Rachel xx

  2. This is gorgeous Anne. I love the fun scene you have created with those cute image and the Frantage looks wonderful
    Sue xx

  3. Awh! This is such a fun card Anne, love it!!.. your little snow scene is fabulous, great hilly effect!
    Marjorie xx

  4. Oh this is a fabulous, cute card.

  5. Lovely card Anne, such a cute image, and love the dies, Kate x

  6. Hi Anne, Gorgeous! Love the 3D effect to create a pretty scene. Love these stamps. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  7. Hehe they look ever so jolly :) really a cute one Anne. hugs! Mojca

  8. So cute. I love these new characters.

  9. what a happy card! it makes me smile

  10. Great card Anne, love those adorable images and a great layout too. Love the frantage. Hugs, Claire x


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