Thursday, March 27, 2014

"K" is for... Karma!

Hello everyone! I hope you are all having a great week and enjoying our new facebook page! We have had an overwhelming response and absolutely LOVE seeing your enthusiasm and Mo creations!

Today starts our challenge for the next two weeks and the super talented Anja would like us to use something on our cards that starts with "K". This one was tough for me, I never realized how limiting that darn letter is! But as I thought about it I realized how blessed I am to have so many crafty friends, to be on the teams I am on and to have the support of the crafting community in general so I went with "K is for Karma" and hoping this is what is bringing all of this goodness into my life.

 
This image is one of the very first Mo images I ever purchased and she is called Soaking up the Joy, does she not just make you grin? Papers are new by Simple Stories and I apologize, I have been trying to incorporate my Shinhan markers more and have just been grabbing whatever I think will work. If you truly want to know what colors I used I am sure I can figure them out for you. Some stickles on her skirt and she is good to go. My piercing is actually from my sewing machine as I didn't have the bobbin threaded correctly so the thread was a mess. I just ripped it out and went with the pierced look instead.
 
Oh, and see that green butterfly in the corner? I am going to show on the facebook page how I made it last week. They have become a bit of an obsession lately and are simple and lots of fun to create! Alright, lets see how creative you can be with the letter "K" and you will be in for both a chance to win a $5 voucher to the store and the top three and get a banner for on your blog!


3 comments:

Shona Erlenborn said...

Don't think I've ever "looked down" on an image before - I love it, what a fun angle! Great coloring and lace and flowers border is so pretty.

LC Callaghan said...

I just love it! She just makes you smile. I always love your colours Amanda, they are bright and cheerful.

Tracy said...

Well girl you've got the karma going on this card. The joy just radiates off of it. Florals and bold colors. Yum! :-)