A Spoon Full of Sugar – Checks Galore!

The latest challenge at A Spoon Full of Sugar is to use checks on your card, and here is the card I made with this theme in mind.

A Spoon Full of Sugar \'Checks\'

The gorgeous image I used is a Sweet Ebony stamp, designed by Elizabeth Bell. I used Prisma pencils to colour, with paper stumps and Sansodor to blend.  The checked papers are from Rita Marie & Company and Joanna Sheen, and the flowers and brads from my stash.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Debbie
    Jun 27, 2008 @ 21:21:55

    Gorgeous card Maria I Love the colours and the check paper is gorgeous. Thanks for playing along this week, Hope you have a fab weekend 🙂


  2. Donalda Cox
    Jun 27, 2008 @ 22:28:07

    Oh this is just gorgeous dear. Love the paper you used.


  3. Nikki
    Jun 27, 2008 @ 23:28:43

    Gorgeous card Maria, I love the pretty checked paper and the gorgeous flowers, such a cute image too, Thanks for joining in our challenge, Hugs, Nikki x


  4. traciejane
    Jun 28, 2008 @ 15:41:29

    gorgeous, love the papers and flowers :)x


  5. Joanne
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 16:03:58

    Fabulous card so very pretty, and your checked paper is gorgeous! Thanks for playing.
    Joanne x


  6. annie
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 17:04:37

    so cute Maria! and the checks work so well with the kitchen kitty!


  7. traciejane
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 19:55:54

    Hi Maria, thanks for your kind comments and you can find the crochet flowers at Poppicrafts – link is on my blog :)x


  8. bev
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 20:41:43

    I absolutely adore this card, the colours and colouring are just stunning!


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