Saturday, 10 October 2015

Alfie and Puppy Card

Evening Folks

Hope you are having a great weekend. It's been not a bad day here, made all the better for seeing Jay And Alliona's jive on Strictly Come Dancing this evening ... fabulous fun!

I have another card made from rediscovered stash to share today.
This cute little digital topper and matching papers were printed out from a My Craft Studio disc, Alfie, so long ago I can't remember when.

To make the card I created an A6 buff coloured card base, matted and layered the topper, backing paper, belly band and sentiment on baby blue cardstock. The blue gingham ribbon was wrapped round the belly band and a knotted to one side. Both the topper and sentiment are edged with blue glitter glue and enamel dots were added to the corners.
The insert was also printed from the CD.

Materials used:

  • My Craft Studio CD, Alfie
  • Printer Paper - digital smooth and copy paper
  • Cardstock - Buff & Sky Blue 240gsm 
  • Ribbon - blue/white gingham 
  • Glitter glue - Stickles Baby Blue
  • Enamel dots - Docrafts Denim Blue

I think this card will be perfect for my little great-grandson's birthday next month ... he'll love the puppy :)

There's going to be more cards made from long forgotten stash - I have quite a pile to work my way through.

The Boss is telling me I should get to bed now, and she knows what's good for me so I better do as I'm told :)

I wish you all a very happy Sunday.


  1. Love the color combo & sweet image--perfect for a kiddo!

  2. Sweet card. You've reminded me I have those discs too! Take care Zo xx

  3. Good morning Elizabeth
    I just had to stop by your blog and say how much I love your card after seeing it on my reading list.
    The colours are just gorgeous and the image is so sweet - love it!
    Eve xx

  4. Oh so pretty Elizabeth is your card and image x


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