Saturday, 30 April 2016

Sophie 16th B'Day Card (Sister)

Good morning,

I'm sharing a card today that I made for Sophie's 16th birthday a few weeks ago. She's absolutely shoe mad and I couldn't really find any images I liked online so I turned to my trusty 'Fabulous Shoes CD' and chose this lovely image that looks a bit like a toadstool!

The card was a real hit and looks much nicer in real life...for some reason my camera kept making the shoe look out of focus.

Digital Pre-Coloured Image: Katy Sue Designs (Fabulous Shoes CD)
Digital Border: RebeccaB Designs (Borders #2 Square 16)
Colouring Medium: Promarkers & Smooth White Card
Card Stock: SU! (Real Red)
Embellishments: Pearls from my craft stash
Tools: Die-namics ‘By The Numbers’ Dies
Sentiment: DigiStamp Boutique (Simply Female Greetings and Happy Birthday Candles)


Lorraine said...

It looks brilliant, love the shoe and the fab border.
Have a lovely weekend
Lorraine x

Eve said...

Hi Donna
so sorry that I haven't visited for a while but I am still busy with puppy Posy!!

Your card is stunning and I am not surprised that Sophie loved it too - Happy Belated Birthday Sophie!!

Hope you have a lovely Bank Holiday Weekend and the sun shines for you.

Love Eve xx

Debs said...

Fabulous card Donna - what an amazing shoe!!!
Debs xx

Catherine said...

Your card is gorgeous Donna ! Love the shoe and the border ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Desire Fourie said...

This is so perfect and fun for a sixteen year old. Loving the doodle pattern around the edge.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

cats whiskers said...

Love that shoe, may have to get that image, great card hun, hope you are enjoying your Bank Holiday Monday
Hugs Jacqui xx

*Vicki* said...

Oh la la!! What a perfect themed card for a sweet 16 birthday!! Love that image and your colors pop out nicely especially with that glitter number! :) She'll love it! HUGS

Maria Matter said...

Fabulous Donna and I love that wee border! (:

Helena (Gvendalen) said...

Hi Donna, Your card is stunning! Love the shoe and the border. hugs, Helena