Saturday 27 August 2011

Groovy Chic

I happened upon some digi stamps to raise some funds for a very worthy cause at Fundraising for Lyndall there are some wonderful digi’s and also prizes to be won but please remember to read Lyndall’s story written by her good friend here, They say that 1 in 3 of us will get Cancer and that everyone of us will know or have lost someone with this terrible illness, I know it has touched two of my family members and a very good friend of mine too.

Here is just one of the digi stamps that you could purchase to help.

Coloured with Promarkers and FlexMarkers by Letraset 


I kept this Clean and Simple to accent the image. Please try to help if you can.

Jak Signature



Hi Jak
A gorgeous card love the image and colour's
Hugs Dianne xx :)

Merry said...

I so love the way you have coloured this image and such wonderful papers.

Dawn said...

I love the retro colours on this! She's very chic!
Dawn xx

Anonymous said...

Thanks Jak
I have already been on the site for Lyndall and they do have some lovely images. Haven't gotten around to making them into cards yet though - lol !

Sheila - Ginger said...

Fabulous card Jak and the colours suit the image so well.
I've been to Belgium for the last 6 days so that's why I aven't been commenting on your cards and I hate to miss them. Thank you too for the beautifu free papers as always they are so much appreciated.

Love Sheila xx

My'scardcorner said...

elegant card Jak great backing sheets.

sallysbitz2 said...

Gorgeous card Jak, loving the colours.

I have made & card & sent it ready for the benefit night. Hopefully it's reached there safe & sound.

I suppose the figures are right. I have had quite a few family members who have been taken due to cancer, lets hope that miracle drug is found soon!!

hugs sally x

Anonymous said...

A lovely image Jak, and you have done it proud. (Crafty)Viv xx

Mad Mary said...

Fantastic card Jak, love the colours you have used and the wee flower that your ribbon is going through matches well with the flower inner on the papers you have used.

Mary xx