18 Jun 2009

Time To Enjoy


Hello all afraid I haven't been doing much these last couple of days as my mum is still here so I am restricting my craft time. Some of you have been asking if my mum is a crafter but unfortunately no she isn't but she adores my work. Her eyesight is failing but she still does her knitting she has been into that all her life so she doesn't even have to look I have always been in awe of how good she is. When we were little she kitted our cardigans and jumpers and anything else we needed there are seven of us so it kept her busy. She always knitted them with images on I think my favourite was a lovely white thick cardy with a collar and she had knitted red flowers scattered about as the pattern and they were big red flowers not little wee ones. She has also knitted dolls dresses oh boy the lists go on and most of them she has donated to charity.

Anyway onto this card the stamp is called 'Diggin Albert' and is the prize I won from The Crafty Pad challenge and I thought straight away that it would fit the new challenge over at Die Cut Dreams the theme being 'Green Fingers' also I will be entering into Card Inspirations which is the sketch. I coloured Albert with promarkers and used a selection of Bearlymine and SU papers and Fred She Said flowers. Hope you like it, I have managed to do one more but not sure if I will post it tonight. Hugs to all.

24 comments:

Susie Sugar said...

Hi Lorraine this is beautiful I love the image and how you have coloured it with the promarkers its fab.
Thank you for joining in with this weeks challenge at DCD hope to see more from you in the coming weeks , we have lots of great themes lined up I'm sure you will love
Hugs Susie xx

Maria Matter said...

Hi Lorraine!
This is such a cute little image! Great for the challenges, I love the way you've colored it! So glad you could use your FSS flowers for this cutie!!!
Hope you had a good day with your Mum! She sounds quite impressive! :)
blessings, Maria

Sandie said...

Ah, I can remember my mums knitting and I expect my children and my grandchildren will remember mine, affectionately I hope!

This card made me smile Lorraine, it's just great.

Hope your mum is feeling better and you are both enjoying your time together...your crafting will still be there when she goes home and we will still be here.

Love & hugs Sandie xx

Crystal said...

WOW I LOVE those flowers and the colors are FANTASTIC!!!

eiyiyi said...

The image is adorable and you did your usual great job in coloring it in. I loved the Fred She Said flowers so much when you did them last that I bought them. Now, seeing what you've done with them again I think I'd better get to them.

hugs, eileen

craftychris said...

i like him and i like the colours you have used

chris x

Lynne said...

Hi Lorraine

Love your cards tonight. The gardner is fabby and you have done a great job with the promarkers. Love the little dog as well; he'd be the one to steal the sausages!

I can remember my gran teaching me to knit when I was 7. I used to knit all my children's jumpers. My favourite was for my son; it had Oor Wullie on it - don't know if you get Oor Wullie in England? Anyway, my grandchildren won't have knitted jumpers now, too fashion conscious so I have to content myself with the odd baby item and soft toy. Anyway, it will keep your mum busy which is what's important.

Lynne.x

Heather said...

That is a great image, perfect coloring and I love the torn looking edge. So glad you were able to join us at ICS this week!

Regina said...

fabulous card...love the way you colored the image. thanks for playing along at ICS

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

what a great image. i can just see a nice knitted scarf on there somewhere. ask mom to knit you some embellishments! hugs to mom.

hugs,

wendipooh13 said...

great card and love all the fun details you have going on!!! way to go.. great job using the IC sketch!!!

Dazie said...

Fab card I love the colours you have chosen to colour him!
Dazie
x

vikkithescrapjunkie said...

Hi Lorraine, Super card, wonderful image and great colour scheme. Thankyou for joining in the DCD challenge this week and good luck.
Love n hugs
Vikki xx

Tricia said...

oh so cute! glad that your mom is over for a visit. that must be nice!

Glee said...

So sweet, so charming, so cute! I love it!

Dolly said...

Love Diggin' Albert and your colouring is fantastic, glad you could join us at ICS this week :)x

Beryl said...

He looks a happy chappy. Great image for a gardening fan. Great card.
Beryl xx

Fink said...

Cute cute image! Thanks for joining us at ics!

kim-paperbabe said...

Great card Lorraine, super image and coloured so beautifully love your take on the sketch, HuGs Kim :)

Kim said...

Lovely card! I enjoyed visiting your blog! Blessings, Kim

Liz Weber said...

Lovely card Lorraine - loving the male theme and excellent colour choices. You used ICS #21 wonderfully!

scrapnnMO said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS! Love it and that image is so cute! Great job coloring him in. Fantastic job using the sketch this week. Thank you joining us at ICS! :)
♥Dawn♥

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Lorriane.

Hugs Riet.x

Rosie (Freycob) said...

Such a fun card Lorraine!

Thanks for joining us at ICS this week.
x

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