Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sentimental Sundays - Childhood

Well it's time for another challenge on the Sentimental Sundays challenge blog. This week we are reflecting on "childhood" and I decided to pull out some of my Graphics Fairy toy digis:


Card base is More Mustard and I stamped and clear embossed images from the old retired SU set called Toy Box. The sailboat image (isn't it gorgeous) is from The Graphics Fairy and if you like vintage images, this is the site for you! I trimmed it using deckle scissors and mounted it on some Pinefeather (PTI). The sentiment is one of Ann's from a set called Emma Swinging that she created for Whimsy Stamps. I cut it using an oval nestie and mounted it on a scalloped oval nestie. So sit back, relax and hearken back to your childhood and get inspired to play in our challenge. We look forward to seeing your creations!

Thanks for visiting!

~chris

Design Team Member:
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If you have any questions about techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.

10 comments:

Lisa M. (aka. Lisabee) said...

This is very classy!

♥ Lisa M.

HappyCrafter said...

Great card, I like how it could be used for a guy or a gal with the neutral colours :-) Have a great Sunday!

Annika said...

Absolutely stunning! And I love how the light falls on your card on the picture - gorgeous!
Hugs
Annika

Allison said...

A lovely creation Chris...this would be great as a guys card too (with a different sentiment of course!).

Jill said...

Really love that image Chris, lovely! Jill x

Cheryl said...

This is a wonderful card! (I like the other one too) I don't know how to describe it but I love the feel of this card/

Karen- The Graphics Fairy said...

This is so sweet! I love the color combo!! Thanks for linking this up to Brag Monday.

Tameko said...

What a neat card. Very classic design.

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

love the vintage appeal of your card! What a fabulous masculine image. Thanks for sharing where it came from. I like the deckle edge you did to layer it. A perfect touch! ♥ Amy

Juanita said...

This is so amazing. I see you do things with digis all the time and I feel so out dated! You have a real knack for them.

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