Friday, 9 January 2009

sending a great big hug

I have made this card for the High-hopes challenge blog. They would like to see some torn paper on our project this week.I have made this card for Tina's grandfather who will be turning 88 and could do with a smile. I hope you like it.
Isn't he just the cutest dragon ever. He is called huggable Hank. I have coloured him with my copic pens.
The post card writting is part of the paper, I have picked it out with 3d lacquer. In the corner the sentiment is 'Sending you a great big hug'
For the inside I used the same blue paper and coloured some white shimmer paper with green chalks so that it matches better and stamped the sentiment.
Materials used:
High hopes: Huggable hank
Aud stamps: round sentiment
Funstamps: sentiment inside
K & co: Awnings
Coloured with copic pens

Thank you so much for popping by and taking a look.


Rach said...

this is woonderful Jakki, love your dragon and how you have coloured him. hugs rachxx

Rach said...

sorry i spelt that wrong..should be

Sue said...

oh beautiful card luv the colouring,great papers, sue.x

Heather Bradley said...

what an absolutely beautiful card, Jakki! you have coloured your dragon beautifully :0)
**Hugs** Heather x


This is such a gorgeous card, love the image and the papers. Hugs Lindax

Annchen said...

This is soo wonderful!

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Gorgeous card Jakki and love the colours of Hank. Love all the extra stamps you have used and love the "great big hug" round stamp. Tina's Grandfather is going to have one special birthday. Hope your having a great weekend, Hugs, Nikki x

Kit said...

what a lovely card beautiful detail and great choice of colours, i love it

Bev said...

What a fab card Jakki, that dragon is the cutest!

hugs Bev x

6 wacky women said...

Fabulous card, Jakki.
I love how you colored this adorable dragon.

Karen x

Anonymous said...

OOOooo gorgeous and wonderful card Jakki, just magical!

Hugs, Marlene x

Aud said...

What a lovely card! Great dragon, that you colored so wonderfully!
Love how you used the sentiment stamp! Looks great! :o)