Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Dancing in the rain

First time using this Stampendous stamp which was another purchase at the Harrogate Show, reminded be of the Jack Vettriano painting of the Singing Butler only these two couldn't afford the butler and maid and had to DIY their umbrella.The background is a piece of embossed Kraft card ,layered with a couple of pieces of scrap DP, the bit of mesh and the hessian flower and button. I'd like to enter it into the following challenges

Alphabet Challenge - D is for Dancing

My Time To Craft - Get Krafty -use Kraft card

Countryview challenges - use Kraft card


  1. Wonderful, a terrific stamp Joan, a little green with envy here. You have coloured and designed the card brilliantly. Wearing two hats here - seems sense to put them together.
    . Thanks for sharing with us at MTTC and Alphabet Challenges. Caz

  2. What a super stamp Joan and like the red against the kraft.

    B x

  3. Your card is beautiful joan, Fab stamping and colouring, love the flower too..x

  4. Beautiful card Joan, love the stamp and how you've contrasted it with the kraft and Hessian.

  5. Beautiful card Joan, the verse goes so well with the lovely image.
    Yvonne xx

  6. Great stamp! I am a succer for dance-stamps and this one looks great on the vintage BG! Hugs, Gerrina

  7. Eine tolle Karte.
    Ich liebe jede Karte, wo ein Regenschirm in einer Szene ist.
    Das ist einfach Spitze!

    Herzlichst Sophie

  8. Ohhhh this is so beautiful! I immediately thought of that painting (one of my favorites and one I wish I had) when I saw this fabulous creation. Thanks so much for joining us this week at MTTC.

  9. Beautiful! What a great image. Love the mesh too. Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenges.

  10. What a great image! And the way you've used it is so lovely. Love the red dress and the subtle shading you've got going on around the edges. Gorgeousness!

  11. r card Joan, love the image - didn't see that one!
    I thought of the painting too.
    Hugs, Avril xx

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