Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Any image challenge…



Evening all, I hope everyone is well

Just catching up on a bit of TV tonight. I’ve waited a year for Poldark to come back but I have to say I’m really enjoying Victoria; if I was only able to watch one of them I think it would have to be the latter

The nights seem to be drawing in so quickly now and you can always tell it’s Autumn when the new programme schedules start. I’ve been watching Game of Thrones again too, I’m still ploughing my way through the books (it’s a long job) but I’m seeing things in the show now that I missed first time around – I’ve tried to get Keith into it because I know he’d enjoy it but he’s not interested. I don’t really watch a lot of TV but there have been a few things on recently that I’ve enjoyed, I caught up with Cold Feet which I liked first time round and you can’t beat a good drama!


Time for the new 'Use any Image' challenge at the Ribbon Girl which runs until Saturday October 1st

As always there are 3 lovely prizes up for grabs…

First prize:  £10 voucher for LOTV

Second prize:  £10 voucher for The Ribbon Girl

Third prize:  from Marianne Designs


I used one of the discontinued LOTV art pad images for my card and some gorgeous Lemon Craft papers which Mary now stocks…


Ribbon Girl - September


The sentiment is from a useful Hero Arts set I have called ‘many everyday messages’ and the dies are Sue Wilson’s pierced squares, Spellbinders lacey oval and Spellbinders classic oval

Of course I used some gorgeousness from the Ribbon Girl website; Lemon Craft tiny miracles paper, Kate white vintage style lace,  white tulle, stardust stickles, small ivory pearl flatback hearts


You can enter the challenge and find all the details as well as some fab inspiration from the team on the Ribbon Girl blog


Enjoy the rest of your week crafters, thanks for stopping by







  1. Seriously cute card Anne! Love how you've cut round their wings then die cut it, I really must have a go at that. Gorgeous papers and lace.
    We're enjoying Victoria and Polders too. I didn't recognise that Victoria was Dr Who's assistant as she must have blue contact lenses in, she's really good in the part. Enjoy your G.O.T books and series. Debra x

    1. Thanks Debra.
      Perfect Sunday viewing isn't it, she's very well cast

  2. Hi Anne, lovely to see you you back with this gorgeous sweet card, lovely design and colours.
    I've not got into Poldark, remember the original one and loved that. I am loving Victoria, mainly because of Lord M, I just love Rufus Sewell. I'm a sucker for all the wonderful costumes too. Unfortunately don't have Sky so have only seen some GOT when friends have got a box set . but enjoyed it. Have a lovely day, Kate x

    1. Thanks Kate, I like Rufus Sewell too. I remember the original Poldark being on, I was only young, my Mum watched it.
      Anne x

  3. Super card the cutting round their wings!

  4. Awwww.... Supersweet card! Love it very much! Fab colours and image, and your choice of lace and embellishments is so clean and delicate!
    Pinned it!

  5. So pretty. I have this image as a stamp but haven't managed to colour it in a way I'm happy with yet. I will have to try it again after seeing your lovely card as it's a lovely image. xx

    1. Thanks Annette, I'm on my way to catch up with you!

  6. An adorable image and so beautifully showcased here Anne.


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