Hello, it is showcase day at MilkCoffee and the theme this time is Ribbon & Lace!
I chose to use one of the new images called Lisbeth Plays with Sailboat Toys and she is available here.
Now my crazy ideas of late keep coming thick and fast and as soon as I saw Lisbeth splashing around in the sea I thought I would have to put her in a scene. And of course it would be a beach sea with lace for the sand. Obvious really!!??!!
Now I have had a large piece of lace in my possession for well over 20 years. And it was, believe it or not, sold to me on my doorstep by a traveller lady who proceeded to read my palm. I kid you not!! (I won’t tell you what she said. Suffice it to say her predictions were very promising and highly unlikely!!) Anyway I never thought I would have any use for it until it actually fell out of the cupboard while I was looking for something else. So it became a beach. Bet she couldn’t have predicted that future!!
Stamps: MilkCoffee digi ‘Lisbeth Plays with Sailboat Toys’ – Sunhat and sunglasses from DoCrafts (very, very old but very, very useful)
Dies: Spellbinders ‘Inverted Scallop Circles’ & ‘Flourish Accents’ - Memory Box ‘Puffy Clouds’
Paper/Card: LOTV ‘Beach Bliss’ (aptly)
Colouring/Ink: Spectrum Noir markers and pencils
Others: Shells (from the very generous blog candy I won from the lovely Sammy, thank you) – Martha Stewart cupcake mould (ice-cream top) – cocktail stick (flakes in ice cream) - Lace and ribbon from stash
Hopeless Hand drawings: Clouds & ‘V’ birds – ice cream cone - flip-flops and beach towel
Check out all the amazing designs by my teamies here and visit the MilkCoffeeshop to see all the super cute images they have. And don’t forget to join in the current challenge on the challenge blog which is More than One Flower.
Thanks so much for looking!
I would like to enter the following challenges:
Crafting from the Heart – Challenge #10: INSPIRED BY A MOVIE (The Beach!)
ABC Challenges – H IS FOR HAIR
Inky Chicks – Challenge #25: LACE UP YOUR CARD
Picture and Scrap – LACE AND/OR RIBBON
Oddball Art Stamps – Challenge #1: USE A DIGI