Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Door Mouse

Hi friends.  Getting ready to go out for some shopping therapy this morning, but first I wanted to share a card .

Sweet Mo Manning digi - DoorMouse

Front of card

Inside of card

Digi - Mo Manning Digital Pencil 2
Paper - K and Company
Dies- Spellbinders, including tea cup
Flowers - Michael's dollar bin
Butterfly punch Martha Stewart
Paper lace is shelf liner borders
Leaf swirl die is Cheery Lynn
Sentiment Stamp Hampton Art Stamps(old)
Colored with Copics

I'm entering this card in the challenge at:
Digital Pencil 2 - #249 - Anything Goes with option to use green

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day.  Until later............


KarinsArtScrap said...

ahhhhhhh cute and gorgeous Sue, love that die.
Gr Karin

cotnob said...

An adorable card Sue, such a sweet image and lovely papers.
I hope you had a fun shopping trip.

froebelsternchen said...

ADORABLE Sue.. would like to eat this muffin!

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Sue, I love the cute image and the Spring time colours are so cheery.
hugs Sue xx

Sue said...

Such a cute card.

Hope you have had a good day. Sue

Whisper said...

Aaaah what a gorgeous image and such devine papers too, Luv Sam x

Sandra H said...

So cute x

Cheryl W. said...

Fabulous card! Love the image and all the colorful details.

America said...

Hi SUe! This is so adorable. I love the coloring and those pretty diecuts. Beautiful work.

Donna Ellis said...

No one does it like Mo Manning when it comes to sweetness. I wonder what her heart must be like to be able to create the sheer bliss on her characters. Thanks for sharing which digi you used! Sue, your card is pure delight, and so pretty! Love the design and the awesome colors chosen AND the amazing shading in your image. Have fun shopping, and I hope your week-end is perfect in every way! hugs, de

*Vicki* said...

Sue, this image is absolutely adorable and you've colored it so stunningly!! I love your design too!! Happy weekend!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

This card has everything sweet! The image, the die you mounted it on, and all of the beautiful coloring and papers! Nice work, Sue!