Thursday, 1 November 2012

A Productive Thursday Evening

Good Evening All and thank you for the lovely comments about Moreen's card. They are very much appreciated and I look forward to receiving them.

I have had the house to myself tonight so I thought I would manage to get a card made, Alistair and a pal have gone to the swimming pool in Nairn to learn how to capsize a canoe and get into it again, Just how these men love to play!!  He's only been canoing for around ten years, however I guess it's important to learn these things.

This is just a short post tonight as I'm fairly whacked having had quite a stressful day at work but I wanted to get this card made as I want to enter it into LOTV Little Fairies Challenge for this week.The theme is"Snow is Falling"
I really must get one of these things that help you take a good photo, I think they're called a PHOTOGRAPHER!!!!
Anyway I used:   LOTV die cut topper Snowy Town, matted onto silver mirri, on to purple co-ordinations
background paper is from Wild Rose Studio, Bella paper pad,Spellbinder snowflakes, Memory box corner and LOTV sentiment, glittered and gemmed.

Hope you like it,  Good Night,  Kate x


Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the image and fab

Crafty Lark said...

Beautiful card, love the layout and that topper is looking gorgeous. xx Flora

scottish crafter said...

Hi Kate, men and their toys, but he is being safety conscious. Love your card especially the topper LOTV produce some lovely die cuts. I bought some at the SECC Glasgow last week and now I can get back to card making I want to get cracking with them.

Take care.

Wilma x x

Patricia said...

Hi Kate,
A great card, I could almost see that snow falling. Love your background paper, everything about this is just perfect.
Good Luck with your challenge.

Patricia xx

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Lovely card Kate great image

jacqui x

Erika said...

Hi Kate, great card love your die cuts, very festive.
Happy crafting!

Wendy Fraser said...

Gorgeous card, such a lovely, festive scene.
I use PicMonkey, which is free, to edit my photos, you can crop and, what I find most useful, you can lighten images as my camera tends to underexpose. I usually use auto adjust on the basic edits section, then go to exposure and up the brightness. Also when photographing, I use the macro setting and turn the flash off. I'm no great shakes with a camera, but doing this has defo improved my pics. xx

pam said...

hi Kate
fabulous card, beautiful image & background

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Kate :-)the snowy village scene is beautiful and the papers and details are fab :-)

thanks for joining us on the Lili's Little Fairies Challenge :-)
Lols x x x