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Martha's Turn!

Good morning all and what a very wet day it is in Weymouth.....pouring with rain! Have to go out this morning so thought I would quickly add this card as it seems an age since I last made one!


When I made my black and white card with William the Goblin, Lewis absolutely loved it and asked me if I would make one similar for his friend's birthday. His friend is a girl and so decided to use Martha, however, this card wouldn't work with the original layout so changed it slightly and then discovered it qualified for the CCT challenge!!






Coloured Martha with Prismas and Sansodor and used my Nestabilities to make the ovals. Papers are from Pink Petticoat printed onto lightweight c.s., ribbon is Doodlebug, sentiment is from SU and used the SU punches for the layering. Sticky gems are Papermania.

Sorry this is so rushed but have an appointment to keep. Hope the weather is better where you are!



Comments

~Denise Lynn~ said…
Jo, this is fabulous! I love the black and white and that image is so fun. I can see why Lewis liked it! Great scallop circle with the white dots too. :)

Hoping to have some time to email you back later today. Might be tomorrow though, busy week. :)
Andrea, said…
This is gorgeous Jo, I love black and white and those papers are fab.
Thanks for joining in the CCT challenge
nessy said…
ooooh black and white!! how striking!! lovely card ~has lewis seen it??
hope you enjoy the rest of your day,keep an eye out for the postman!!
vanessa xx
may have to send you down some card!!!
Erin... said…
What a fun card!! love the black and white!!
Anonymous said…
What a cute, funny image! Love black and white...always makes for a sharp looking card!
Frances said…
love it, bet Lewis does too! Hope you've managed to house all your stash ;). xx
Lauren said…
Very cute Jo! The black and white is fab.
Tarasdesigns said…
lovely card Jo x
Supermum said…
Hi Jo - love the card, very effective in black and white.
We had great weather all day, until about 5.00 - and it's poured down ever since!!
Sue. x

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