Saturday, November 13, 2010

Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge Use some vellum and /or Acetate meets Simon Says Challenge

Hello hope you are all enjoying the weekend. I have made two cards today already and done loads of chores so I suppose it must be a fairly good one.
I am a little bit reflective today. My Dad celebrates his birthday today. He lives in Cornwall so I do not see him very often. He recently came within an hours drive of my flat but did not tell me in time to arrange for my partner to take time off to take us all to see him.
I just had a moment of tears before writing this as he gets older I fear the last time I saw him last christmas may be our last time together and that was barely two hours. Anyway forgive me and my depression. I sometimes have quite severe mood swings and this week has been full of them unfortunately. :0( xxx
Anyway here I am sharing a card with you for Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge they have a theme of using acetate and or vellum. I used both on this card. Simon Says Stamp Challenge has a theme of Prince Charming. Love this theme girls. It is to make a male card and use a charm on it.
So I have made this card. I will list my ingredients below. I hope you like it I had a blast making it and now I am coping with some really sad feelings. I hope to post later with some happier feelings. Goodness me wish sometimes I was a less openbook xxx

Papers - Fleurs De Lys Collection printed onto vellum from Pascale's PAD
Medium - Promarkers and copics
Sentiment - stash
Button, ribbon - Stash
Charm - Bunny Zoe's Craft see link in sidebar!

Thanks for stopping by today I really appreciate your time and comments. I hope you are inspired too. Hugs Pascale


Vicky said...

Hi sweetie this is blooming gorgeous I love the design of it & its oh soooo cute. I hope you are ok hun I used to see my dad every day he was my bestest friend ever we couldn't go a day without seeing each but unfortunately he passed away 2 years ago & I miss him soooo much I still say goodnight to his photo on my night-stand everysingle night & say see you tomorrow, I'm just waiting for the tomorrow to come when I do see him again. I know what you mean about depression, its what got me into crafting to be honest hun. The best thing for you sweetie is talk to him as much as you can, a cuddle is worth its wait in gold but words are worth nearly as much. Oh gosh I hope I havn't depressed you further shug, I do know what its like my brother has cancer & lives over 200 miles away from me & its soooo hard to see him often..... Here if you ever need to talk sweetie, take care.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

Elaine L. said...

Pascale, Your card is adorable! I've never made an acetate card, but I just may give it a try soon.
So sorry to hear that you are down. Hope you get to see your dad over the coming holidays.
Thanks for joining us in Mo's Challenge.

Happy Days said...

Fab card as always. Sending you huge hugs hun. x

Riet said...

So beautiful card,I love the image and your papers.

Hugs Riet.x

kasthurirajam said...

pretty work

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Pascale :-) the image is just sooo cute and the paper design is fab !
hope you feel better soon hun and hope you manage to get to visit your dad soon too :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
Lols x x x

Barb said...

Wonderful card! I love your combination of the dp and acetate.

Barb xx

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Aww such a cute image!!! I love the pale blue colors on the card too :)

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!


debby4000 said...

Gorgeous, sweet card.

Karen said...

A beautiful card hun. Really like what you've done with the acetate. I can see me pinching this idea!! I saw something similar quite a while ago, but nowhere near as pretty as yours. Well done on such a wonderful card!xx

Mephisto said...

Thats a lovely card.
Thanks for joining in the SSC this week.


Dawn B. said...

This is really beautiful.. I love what you did with the acetate. Great job. Thanks for joining us at Mo's this week.

The Wired Angel said...

Lovely card, Pascale. So sweet and delicate looking. Thanks for joining us at Mo's challenge this week! Hugs, Peggy x