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Happy weekend people! I hope that you have had a good week and that you have something fab planned for the weekend! I have another fab freebie to share with you this week. If you follow my on Instagram you will know that I have a bit of a Planner Addiction and I love making lists so with this weeks freebie I thought I would try my hand at making some pretty to do lists. Here's the freebie.
So I tried my hand at trying to print onto a Project Life card and it came out so much better the I could have thought possible!
I just love it! and it was super easy to do. As you can see I have a jam packed weekend!
How has your week been? Have you had a good one? Glad that it's Friday? Yup me too! Because not only is it the weekend I get to share a card with you guys as well. Today's is a bit late because I am currently writing this post on a train to Manchester to see one of my fave bands but this is really a bit of a birthday present for my Jono! And we have a B&B booked to stay the night which mean that we can go for a few drinks which inspired me to make this weeks card using a image that Sandy has used a few weeks ago but because of the versatility of digital images you can use the same images in different ways. Here's this weeks image...
I love that glass and straw. I knew exactly how I was going to use this image! Inspired by fruity drinks. Here's my card.
I hope that you have a fab weekend and I shall see you next week!
Oh my gosh I can not believe I forgot to post my card for last week! So to apologise I have got two images for you this week! I have been getting into the autumn spirit, I have pulled my winter coat out of the closet and the hat and scarves have also come out out as well. But as promised, do you remember me saying that I was going to dress up as Dr Who for Halloween (which feels like ages ago) well here is the picture of my team at work. I'm on the far left.
It was such a fun day at work and we won the prize for best dressed! Any way on to this weeks images. Like I said I have two for you this week. So here they are!
I started by printing these guys off on to some printer paper and then traced them onto some water colour paper. Using my Tim Holtz pens I coloured them in, I tried to make sure you could see what colour pens I used.
Once I finished faffing with them I just kept adding layers of colour until Ii was happy with the look and then I cut them out.
Aren't they pretty! I forgot to take a picture of Hoot before I cut him out but here is a picture of the colours I used on him.
Once I got everything cut out it was just a matter of sticking everything down. I did once last check over where I wanted everything to go.
Then I stuck everything down and viola my finished card!
I love how this turned out and it has definitely turned out how I picture in my head! I hope that you guys have a fab weekend and I shall see you again next week!