Thursday, 16 February 2017


Good morning.
It's time for another challenge over at Cardz4Galz. Or theme this time is -


I was struggling with what to do for this challenge as it's not a theme that I make very often but then I remembered some Gorjuss images I stamped when my friend Di popped by for a crafty day.

I used the sketch at Sketch Saturday for the layout and a panel of NitWits paper for the colours.
Regular readers will know that I'm pretty much a clean and simple sort of gal, so I didn't add too much in the way of embellishments but I did incorporate a strip of ribbon as the horizontal in the sketch. I have an extensive stash of ribbon and a smaller one of lace but it doesn't get reduced much as I only ever use little bits, if at all, but for a girlie card and in the correct place this ribbon (over lace) fits the bill!
After colouring her in with Copics, I fussy cut and placed her on the ribbon above an embossed panel of white card, a panel with the sentiment was attached to the side of that.
For more Teenz inspiration, check out the rest of the team.

I'd like to join in over at -

As You Like It Challenge

Ribbon or Lace


  1. Hi Julie this is a stunning card. I love how you have coloured the image she is beautiful. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  2. Very cute and appropriate card for a young girl! Great take on the sketch you used. Well done!

  3. I remember these little stamps! Such a darling image and wonderful coloring! Love your take on the sketch Julie! ;)

  4. This is the bomb, Jules! (Haha, boy do I sound my age!) Love the paper and the embossing and the ribbon - it's a perfect design to showcase Miss Teen!! Of course, your coloring is the BEST!! Hugs, Darnell (PS, I love that she is wearing knee socks! Remember knee socks? I loved them. Why haven't they ever come back? Or have they?)

  5. Hi Julie, great job on the sketch. I love the embossing really makes your beautifully colored image. Thanks for joining use at As You Like It Challenge!

  6. Wow...what amazing colouring Julie, her hair is gorgeous and I love the take on the sketch. Great to see your work at AYLI again xx


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