Thursday, 12 April 2012

Lili's Little Fairies - 'Transport'

Hmmm, this one caused quite some (hilarious) discussion at Fairy Towers this week! Hands up; this was my suggestion! I was thinking along the lines of stamps with boats, planes, bikes etc - I was trying to persuade you all to use the fabulous but much under-used boy LOTV stamps!!! However, as the ridiculously hilarious Elise pointed our Fairies (with wings!!!!!!) have their own method of transportation. Who am I to argue? So, go with what takes your fancy. The Land Ahoy stamp is my second favourite LOTV stamp so this week was a no brainer.
I bought these Rusty Pickle papers in a set from Create and Craft and I LOVE them! They're just super fun! The sentiment is cut from one of the sheets and the length of material is from the same kit. The rosette was made using the Tim Holtz decorative strip die and my fab glue gun (any excuse to unleash the glue gun!). For a nice change I finished the card and decorated the inside to match. Oooh, get me, finishing a card! The skull and crossbones is from a set of stamps from Woodware.

Get joining in this week - we have scrummy Ribbon Girl goodies up for grabs! The DT have done some stunning work this week so please visit them if you get a chance.

I'm in the middle of a truly hideous week but I'm hoping somehow things work themselves out. I can't even craft when I'm stressed out! I have, though,  got a huge (and most delicious) apple pie from Asda - life's not all bad.

Thank you for swinging by; I love to hear from you. Fairy hugs, Jayne xx

I'm going to enter this into:
Joanna Sheen - It's a Man's World 
Papertake Weekly - April Showers/Water water everywhere 
Simon says Stamp - April Showers

14 comments:

June Nelson said...

Morning me darling I loved this challenge but wasnt as adventutous as you!! hope you feel a bit brighter lovely fairy, get that apple pie own your neck it will make all the difference lol. have alovely day darlin xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Doreen said...

love this,what a gorgeous image...great layout.xxx

Squirrel x said...

Wowza hun, this is just brilliant! I love that stamp too (although, shame, it is much underused). Your papers are fab, as is the whole composition of the card, I adore it! Will put my thinking cap on although I am feeling a bit like Mavis Cruet today. Hugs Sxx

Chris x said...

Super, smashing, great and incredibly brilliant darling!
xxx

Kelly Lloyd said...

I LOVE this card sooooooo much..
The pirate theme is great.. Wonderful papers, I need to get that kit!!!..
Love your layout, embellishing, colouring.. Just love it all!! lol..

Have a good day.. That apple pie sounds yummy.. Hope you got custard!

Hugs Kelly

rosie said...

Love this card Jayne,Oscar is sat on my knee, and thinks it's great! I've just got a new "boy" stamp from LOTV, so if I can find a minute I'll have to give it a go.x

Rosietoes said...

Fantastic card Jayne and great inspiration too. Those boy cards are always tricky and LOTV really do cover them to perfection. Love all the details, colours - everything!

Edna x
I hope your hideous week settles down and your stress levels even out. Take care of yourself x

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous crad Jayne. I'll have to get my thinking cap on! Hope you're OK - look after yourself.
Lorraine x

Sassy Scrapper said...

Totally cute card. Such a cute theme and I love your layout. Perfect for the boys!!!!!
Hugs Bonnie

Jenny said...

A pretty card. Love the colour choice.
Thanks for joining Papertake Weekly.
Jenny

kim said...

Great boy card, I love the cute image, and your theme is perfect.
Kim xx

lyn clark said...

Hi Jayne.I'm new follower I love you cards.Hello from Barnsley x

Whisper said...

Superb and i'm so loving those papers and all the embellishments, Luv Sam x

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Fabulous card! Love those amazing papers!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

Hugs...
Melissa