Friday, 7 October 2011

Polkadoodle Flower Challenge

Over at Polkadoodle challenge blog today, we were asked to use handmade flowers - die cut, hand made, anything except those that come out of a jar. I chose the easy route and simply cut some flower shapes out using the George cartridge, I wanted the flowers to look casual and sort of sketchy. The papers, image and sentiment are from the Pretty Sweet CD I coloured her in with ProMarkers

Skin Ivory and Blush
Hair Saffron and Buttercup
Clothes Satin, Pastel Pink, Ice Grey 1, 2 & 3 




Don't forget you have until Sunday night to enter your name for the Magical Winter Polkadoodles cartridge. Scroll down for the post. 


Max has started school, his teachers told his parents that he had been a bit upset at lunchtime each day (too noisy apparently, school takes some getting used to when you are only just four). Then after a few days he announced proudly 'I didn't cry at all today Daddy, not even a dribble'...bless!  

19 comments:

Daniele said...

awww what a sweetie, such a big thing going to school....bless. Love the card Enfys esp. the lovely blooms
hugs

Fliss said...

A gorgeous card Enfys. Love the soft colours and stitching detail and those flowers are fabulous.
Hugs, Fliss xx

Nannieflash said...

Hi Enfys what a gorgeous card love that cute image. Sorry to hear that little chap has had a difficult time settling at School hope hes now coping better. hugs Shirleyxxx

Jessica said...

Lovely card En! The flowers and the card candy!
I can't believe they send them to school at 4 these days! But I'm sure they learn more and are prepared better for the rest of their school 'career'.
Hugs, Jess

marlene kiley said...

The little fellow is a brave little soul not crying as a lot of kiddied do. Love your card layout. I'm not sure if I entered my name prior to this, if so, please ignore. Thanks

Nellie said...

Oh so, so cute!I have 2 Great grand babies going to pre- school this year, age 3 and they LOVE it.

AndreaA said...

Awwww..........Those Grand Babies will melt your heart!!!
I am happy he is getting over the hard spot at school.

The card is wonderful.

Donna said...

Aww - cute card - and - cute little Max. Bless him, so little to go to school so early!

Blessings, Donna
grandma4five

Cricut Couple said...

So Cute! Love it!

Linda said...

Going off to school is a big deal for a little squirt. My grandson started school this year. He now is loving it. He even rides the big school bus. Love your card and the flowers.
Thank you
Linda in Stanwood

MizMaryAnn said...

Your little girl looks so precious and your coloring is perfect. Little Max was pretty brave working through his fears. School is so terrifying for a little one especially when they haven't seen older siblings do it before them.

Debbie said...

Sweet card, Enfys. It would just break my heart to think of him sitting there crying. Glad he's adjusting. If we could just keep them sweet and innocent ;- )

Kristie Maynard said...

Cute card! Sometimes simple is the best. I love 'handmade' flowers on cards and layouts, love the bottled ones too though. Guess I just love flowers.

Linda said...

Oh so sweet!

Poots said...

How sweet! What a cutie!!

Wonderful card as always!! I don't remember if I posted for this Magical Winter Polkadoodles cartridge already...but would love to have it!!!

peifert88@gmail.com

Rufus said...

Oh bless his little heart. They do say the most honest things don't they. The first couple of days have got to be tough, when it's something so very new and different. Glad that he's adjusting.
R/

cricutalltime said...

really cute card.how cute max he is my sons age.tfs

nessy said...

oh enfys what a pretty card ~love the delicate colours and love the flowers!!
vanessa xx
such a big step in life going to school ~still think 4 is too young!!

Audrey Frelx said...

Hi, Enfys! My, what an adorable little card! I love your "casual" flower too! It just came together so well and is so sweet!

Hope you're just having loads of fun, and that all's going well!