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Monday, 17 March 2014

Green...and a little bit grumpy!

 
Good evening! Hope everyone is well, and had an enjoyable weekend! Quite a lot of drama here... my son tripped on the stairs, whilst carrying a very- reluctant- to- be- carried- cat, twisted to avoid flattening said cat and broke his leg- in two places! Never one to do things by halves. He had to have surgery and pins inserted, but is now back home, being pandered to by fiancée! I don't envy her one little bit, he tends to be a little bit grumpy when forced to be inactive!!!
 
A little bit Grumpy is the name of this cute fairy from The Paper Shelter (just love that look on her face!!!) so I just had to make this card! She's coloured with copics. I followed a sketch from Sweet Sketch Wednesday. Thanks for visiting!
Chris
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Challenges entered
craftitude add a little green
craftylittlefairies things with wings
 
 
 
 

19 comments:

  1. Chris,
    What a great image, love her look too. Your colors are fun and she just pops on the pink. Thanks for joining us this week.
    Hugs, Heide SSW2-DT

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  2. Oh my but this sure is adorable!!! So sorry to hear about your son, hope he heals soon. I too love the look on her face! As a Mom I'm sure we've all seen it a time or two!! Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2.

    Linda

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  3. Oh Chris this is such a cute and I do love this image she really looks like she has an attitude. LOL OMG all over the cat a broken leg in two places he needs a card just to cheer him up. I do love the look on this little girls face and the green hair is just perfect. Great card and thanks so much for sharing it with us over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 and good luck.
    Hugs
    Kathie SSW2-DT

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  4. Oh NO! I'm so sorry about your son! I LOVE this fun card, though! That image cracks me up and I LOVE how you colored her! :) HUGS and have a great rest of the week! Mynn xx

    PS: I'd love for you to visit my blog (On a Stampage)--I've got blog candy! :)

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  5. Great card! Love that hair :) Thanks for joining us at TPS this week and good luck :)
    Hugs

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  6. GOrgeous! I LOve you sweet image.
    LOve her green hair Chris and the green wings are FAB.
    Chrissyxx
    Oh dear...So sorry to hear about your Son! It will effect all of you!

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  7. Your poor son, I hope he recovers quickly and isn't in too much pain.
    Thanks for taking part in Pattie's Creations Design Challenge, Challenge #87 is 'GREEN for St. Patrick's Day' ~ Niamh, DT Member

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  8. Sorry I missed this yesterday but blogger has been a tad weird these past couple of days.
    Fabulous image and very apt, if your Son is going to be grumpy. Brilliant card and love the green hair.

    Kath x

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  9. Gorgeous!! Love your coloring.. her hair is perfect!! Love the dark stitching too!! Fantastic!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges!!! Good Luck! I hope we see you again!!

    - Susan, Co-Owner @ Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}

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  10. Wow your coloring here is just masterful! Really cute image and card. Thanks for playing along in the Sweet Sketch Wednesday challenge!
    Sharon, SSW2-DT

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  11. Gorgeous card Chris..... great colouring!!
    Thanks for joining us at TPS... lovely to see you've used an TPS image!! Good luck in the draw. Hope to see you again in future TPS challenges.
    xxAngela

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  12. Ooo - that sounds so painful- cats can be such twisty wriggly creatures - he may not have got off scott free but in the scheme of things a broken leg could be a lot worse I suppose! This is so very pretty - a gorgeous colour combo - thank you for playing along with the crafty little fairies this week hugs Judith x

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  13. Oh man....I know about broken legs...did it to each of mine in separate accidents. It's a nightmare to get around and your son is definitely in my prayers for a speedy recovery. As for this card...this is simply adorable. First and foremost...her hair. I'm telling you...this green hair is fantastic for a fairy. Fairies always have pretty hair, not brown or normal colors...they're always so pretty and make you smile. This one does just that. GREAT choice of colors on this little gal...she's beautiful. Great papers and I love your stitching. Sigh...if I ever would like mine to look like yours, I guess I should get practicing rather than expect a miracle. I'm going to take a hint from this card: making the image larger and the focal point of the card cuts down on embellishments, but it makes for a WOW card. I like this one a lot and am going to save it to my desktop as a reminder of multiple things: hair color, idea for layering, size of image, color combination... I really love this card, Chris. Hugs, Gail

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  14. Thanks for playing in our "GREEN for St. Patrick's Day!" Challenge #87!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
    and Pattie's shop
    Home of Pattieboop and Allie!

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  15. Love that green hair! This image is so precious the way you colored it. Fun card. Thanks for sharing it with us in the Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  16. so cute love the image colours & card, Thank for joining us at OMCF & good luck Pam DT xx

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  17. yikes... hope your son is better soon!!! How painful!

    What a fun card. Totally adore this image. The stitching is awesome! Love the great bright colors you have used as well.

    Thanks for joining our fortnightly challenge here at Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenge. Hope you will join us next time co-owner Crafting Vicky.

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  18. Wow. What a cute card! Perfect for our button challenge at Open Minded Crafting Challenge. Hope to see you next challenge. Good luck.

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  19. Gorgeous creation, love how you incorporated the buttons.
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges!!! Good Luck! I hope we see you again!!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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