Thursday, February 28, 2013

Little Miss Muffet - Poorly Chester

There is a new release this week at Little Miss Muffet - a rubber stamp release.  This image is called Poorly Chester by Pollycraft.   Such a cute image, makes a perfect Get Well card for someone feeling poorly.   
Supplies --
Image: Little Miss Muffet Poorly Chester by Pollycraft
Sentiment Stamp: TAC Ordinary Greetings
Patterned Cardstock: Walnut Grove by Pebbles
Cardstock: Bazzill Pomegranate
Silver Gel Pen
Copic Colors: E30, E31, E33, E35, R24, R29, BV23, BV29, BV31, BG10, 0

We are mid-challenge at the Little Miss Muffet Challenge blog - it is a color challenge Blue and Yellow.  All images are welcome, one entry only please.  If you use any LMM or Pollycraft image anything goes. Hope you will join us.  

Make sure you stop by the Little Miss Muffet blog and see all the new releases.

Make it Monday - Anything Goes 
Mygrafico - Anything Goes
Paper Playtime - Use a sentiment stamp 
The Pink Elephant - Anything Goes
Whoopsi Daisy - Add a Sentiment 

Thanks for stopping by...


  1. Another cool creation Deb. superdoop paper choices too. X

  2. Lovely card Debra. Those colours are lay-out are great :).

    Hugs, Mette

  3. This would cheer up anyone who was feeling un well - so cute! And great layout, paper mix!

  4. This is so cute, Deb! Love the papers you used! Fab coloring of poorly Chester!

  5. Popping up the image definitely calls attention to your nicely colored fun image. Your papers are dynamic and provide great visual interest. Thanks for stopping by 613 Avenue Create :)

  6. Cute little monkey, fab design and great colour scheme too. Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
    Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
    Sandy DT

  7. Wow you've done a great job with Chester, love the papers too! x

  8. So pretty card. I love colors papers and Chester.

  9. What a great mix of patterns. I think I was on the same wavelength as you when I created my card for the Boys Only challenge.