Monday, September 5, 2016

Enjoy Your Day

Good morning friends.  Since my mojo is still missing I'm sharing another card that I made awhile back but haven't posted here on my blog.  I made this card while I was on the Splitcoaststampers Dirty Dozen DT.  I'm so glad I've got some of these cards to share while I wait for my creative juices to kick in again!

This cute image is Gardening Phoebe from Your Next Stamp.  This set includes lots of adorable images and the sweetest sentiments!  I colored the images with copics and then diecut them with the coordinating die set.  I cut the blue polka-dot paper with the Stitched Rectangle Die and then used a Spellbinders circle die to cut the opening.  I sponged some color in the circle opening and then added the little flowers.  

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day!

Hugs, Anita

Stamp:  Your Next Stamp - Gardening Phoebe
Paper:  Neenah
Other:  Copics, YNS Stitched Rectangle Die, Spellbinders Circle die, Wink of Stella Clear Glitter pen, YNS Gardening Phoebe Dies   


  1. So cute, Anita! I love your cards and hope you find your mojo soon!!!!

  2. I think we all get burned out and need a break!! This is a darling little scene you created here!!

  3. What a beautiful card such a lovely image too! x

  4. HI from your latest follower Anita... I'm loving this fabulous card - a truly perfect design! I've been in the card-making doldrums lately, and found your blog by accident, although I have seen you about on MFT etc.. and I THINK on Sugar Nellie a little while ago?? Anyway...... just to let you know that your wonderful use of strong bright colours and clean design has inspired me.. I'm really glad to have found your blog and also will be stalking you on Pinterest too! I'm just getting more into TGF - and am swooning at some of your fabulous creations using their images! So I've got to say a big thank you!! I know you said your creative juices are struggling at the moment - I'd say just look back on your wonderful cards... they've certainly helped me out!!

    Christine x

    1. Christine, thank you so very much for your sweet comments! You brought a huge smile to my face. I'm so happy you're overcoming your card-making doldrums and I'm hoping to overcome my soon.