Friday, March 28, 2014

Guitar Lessons

What happens when I take a guitar in my hands? You can here bling, bling, brang and "no, wait..." bling, grrr "no, wait..."

This is Annabel and her guitar lessons :)
These "sentiments" are just words like "no, not like this", "wait". Trying very hard to hit notes and play it well. When you open the card, there are words "it is thought that counts".

Same works with so many things, you try and fail, you want to do your best, and you try very hard. It is not always the case, that result needs to be perfect. It is the thought that counts.


Again Spectrum Noir markers.





Lets see what this was made of:
Card blank Craft UK
Stamp Lili of the Valley
Colorine Spectrum Noir markers
Die cuts Go Kreate, Spellbinders and Tonic Studios
DP Dovecraft (argh, not sure, better play it safe and say stash) (Pun intended!)
Orange and white cardstock Papermill Direct
Glitz it glue was used on Tonic Studios' die cut, Glue gives nice finish

There are these challenges I would like to take part:

Crafty Catz - Challenge 224 Anything Goes
Cut it UpMust have Die Cuts - No. 41 - Anything Goes
Sister Act Card Challenge - Cards. - No. 50 - Anything Goes

Thanks for visiting :) See you next time!!!

5 comments:

  1. The important thing is to have fun doing whatever it is you're doing, and the girl on your card looks like she's enjoying herself! I love the orange and blue color scheme!!

    Thanks for joining our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!
    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  2. Love this fun card, so sweet...
    Thanks for sharing it with us at CraftyCatz this week.xx

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  3. Great card. Thanks for sharing it with us this week at Crafty Catz. Naomi x

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  4. Hey. what a great combi of colors!! Fun !

    Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card challenge this week

    -Angeline DT

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  5. VERY cute! I love the sweet little image! thank you for playing at CIU this week!

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