Ladybird,ladybird…

Flowers in Bloom is the challenge at AiFactory Challenges this week.You have until Wednesday 27 th April  11.59 to upload your project.Stop by the challenge site to check out full details on how to play and what you could win.Don’t forget to take a look at the wonderful DT creations while you’re there!

For my card I’ve used several images from the Cute little baby in lady bug clothes clipart graphics from AiFactory.On the ladybird,the dotty ‘shell’ and eyes on the baby I’ve used Glossy Accents to give the appearance of real ladybirds.Here’s a closer view :

The floral spray is printed directly onto the base card using My Verse Editor Plus CD-Rom from Crafty Ideas by Kaz.This is really made for creating inserts but as I’m totally useless at making templates I’ve started using this when I’ve wanted to print something straight onto the base.I was going to add a small piece of DP or embossed card but once I’d cut and laid everything out I decided it looked better without. I’ve used 2 sizes of flat backed pearls to add to the centres of the flower trio.

I remember as a young child getting my parents  to recite  the rhyme over and over again and then repeating it everytime I saw a ladybird in the garden.Now we have loads of ladybirds enjoying the sunshine in our garden my kids have started saying it too!

Supplies :
Images :From the Cute little baby in lady bug clothes clipart graphics from AiFactory
Medium : Glossy Accents
Card : Papermania Textured Capsule A4 Colossal Pack
Tools : My Verse Editor Plus,Decoupage scissors,Nellie’s Multi Frame Dies Flower,Nellie’sBorders 2,Big Shot
Embellishments : Flat backed pearls from Pizzazz Aplenty

Some challenges this card :

Daring Cardmakers : Spring/Easter
Digi’s With Attitude!Challenges : Spring has Sprung
Fussy and Fancy : Card for a child
Totally Papercrafts : Springtime
Totally Gorjuss : No patterned paper
Critter Sketch : Punches and /or dies
Kaboodle Doodles : Thoughts of Spring/Easter
Woodware USA : Dies/Punches
Scrap Creations : Digital
Ladybug Crafts Ink : Anything Goes
Top Tip Tuesday : Open Challenge
Tuesday Throwdown : Polka Dots (hope the ones on the images count!)
Claudia and Company : Clean and Simple

TFL

Lisa x
 
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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anne Temple
    Apr 21, 2011 @ 14:21:33

    Cute card. The glossy accents really makes it pop.

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  2. Pami
    Apr 21, 2011 @ 14:48:54

    This is so sweet Lisa! Love the little ladybug! Thanks for sharing your project with us at LCI this week, hope to see you again soon. Pami x

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  3. Davi
    Apr 21, 2011 @ 15:08:03

    The sweet image and lovely blue and red make a very fun card! Thanks for sharing with us at TT this week.

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  4. Lisa Robson
    Apr 21, 2011 @ 19:55:13

    oh what a cutie ..ove the punched border and die cut doily
    Thanks for joining us at LCI this week
    Lisa x

    Reply

  5. Kat
    Apr 21, 2011 @ 23:04:09

    This is so sweet, I love that ladybird! Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

    Kat x

    Reply

  6. Lisette
    Apr 22, 2011 @ 02:34:07

    Cute Ladybugs!! Very Sweet card! thanks for joining us at Fussy and Fancy

    Reply

  7. céline
    Apr 22, 2011 @ 09:00:02

    cute card,
    thanks for playing with us at fussy and fancy this week
    hugs
    céline f&f DT

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  8. sheeba
    Apr 24, 2011 @ 20:34:42

    very very cute

    Reply

  9. JanR
    Apr 25, 2011 @ 02:37:33

    Very sweet, Lisa!

    Reply

  10. Jacki R
    Apr 25, 2011 @ 14:50:27

    Adorable! love the red and blue together. Thanks for sharing and joining us this week at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

    Reply

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