Sunday, 24 April 2011

I can't get enough... ooooeerrrr!!!!



Happy Easter lovely people, I hope you're having a great weekend:0) Got Chocolate? mmmmmmmmmmm

I've had another bash at the Less is more Challenge, I wasn't very happy with the last attempt, pretty lame actually :{ So I tried again.

Wasn't sure whether to have a sentiment at all, I wonder what you think?
Stamp a new purchase from the Stamp Attic it's a cube called Quail cube
by Janet Klein. They are just so cute!
Coloured with copics
Sentiment from Hobby Art


Well I didn't get far with the tidying in fact I made it worse, such is the life of a mad stamper LOL
Have fun :0) xxx








Latest photo of my 3yr old Grand daughter, she said 'help I'm stuck' and had to be pulled out, the things they get up to!!!! LOL

Edited to add,
A couple of folks have asked what was she doing, well I'm not sure because I wasn't there but one of  her favourite games is hide and seek so I guess she could have been hiding, needs practice methinks LOL!

46 comments:

Carla said...

the one with the sentiment I like the most

Diane said...

Cute birdies...like th sentiment one, too!

Cherry said...

Love this card so cute. Love it with the sentiment and your colouring. Hugs Cherry XXX

Jan said...

Fab cards xx Jan

Stamping 4 Pleasure said...

LOVE the stamp!

I like it WITH the sentiment as it seems to finish off the card.

Hugs, Sandra

Kathyk said...

Such a fun card

Happy Easter

Kathyk

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Love this CAS card MC - the birdies are superb, and I don't know why, but they really have the "smile" factor!! I prefer the one with the sentiment - it just seems more complete if you know what I mean! Daughter and family coming for dinner today (fab.) - hope you and yours are having a great day too. Big Hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Stamps and Paper said...

The one with the sentiment is my favourite...great card.

Anne

Ang C said...

Cute card - prefer it with the sentiment

dutchstamptramp said...

Yet another stunner!

Mandi said...

I actually like them both
Maybe one with the sentiment, and the other 3 like that
Could work as Three French Hens for Christmas too!
Great job!
Thanks so much
mandi
Diva LIM

Aileen said...

I like the one with the sentiment - cute birds. x

craftattack said...

Great card, I love both versions. And I still haven't started mine!

Dotty Jo said...

Really cute! Have a great Easter hun, do we temporarily call you Mustavchocolate too???? Jo x

Viv said...

Looks great, I like the one with the sentiment too. I also have chocolate :O) Viv xx

Kerry said...

Sentiment card for me too x

Shirley said...

Simply too too cute and pretty too!

Lynne said...

I liked your first card but this one is fab too. With the sentiment I think.
Lynne xxx

Babs said...

Yes i like the one with the sentiment, but they are both Fab and a fun image...

Babs x

The Crafty Elf said...

They are both pretty nice to be honest but if I had to pick one it would have to be the card with the sentiment. Now, the little cutie caught in the cupboard made me ROTFL. Happy Easter!

lisa said...

I came by last week to leave you a comment on your bodiless lady!!! Sorry what a description and after typing the comment my dear Hubby cut the internet connection, you just can't get the staff. Anyway I just wanted to say I loved it before I got onto this one!!!
Your cute Quails are great and I agree with the others, I like the one with the sentiment too.
Why do children love getting into little spaces!! I have one that still does it and she's nearly 10!!
Happy Easter.
Hugs Lisax

joanne wardle said...

love it both with and without the sentiment, two quite different cards! also really like your first entry, I have no idea why you weren't happy with it!

Faith A said...

Both great fun cards, but I am afraid I like the one with the sentiment more, great colouring too.

Susan said...

I think I like it better with the sentiment...cute little chicks though. Love the photo of your granddaughter...looks like something one of mine would do!

Tracey said...

I havent seen your first card yet but love this one, its soo cute. Umm what was your grandaughter looking for to get stuck lol
Tracey x

Jenny said...

Yep got a bit of chocolate...did you?
Another fab card, I think I prefer it with sentiment. Love the little quail image. Love the way you get the camera out in response to an SOS from your grandaughter lol :)
Jenny x

chris said...

happy easter to you and yours and what a cute little grandaughter you have there.
love the card with ot without. hope you ae ok hugs chris xx

Diane said...

Love them both but I prefer the 'happy birthday' one xx

Gibmiss said...

Hi Mustavcoffee
Love it ...a real fun card....love the sentiment ...
hugs
sylvie
xxx

Esther said...

Hi - I love that cute birdie stamp! Both lovely but prefer the one with sentiment. I had to laugh at your grandaughter, bless her...what was she doing in there in the first place ?? Happy Easter...Esther xx

Chrissie said...

Well I love them both!
Full marks this time!
Chrissie
Lady LIM

Julie said...

I'm loving how you ve coloured those quail,such a bright POP of colour,can't make up my mind about a sentiment,the trouble with Less is more is finding just the perfect positioning,a few millimetres either way can make the difference between pants and lingerie,( don't know where that came from) lol! Don't know if you've ever seen the blog "simplicity" the lady gives brilliant advice on CAS positioning,just a shame I can't follow it properly. Maybe one day. Have a great Easter,Julie x

Mina said...

they are both fabulously clean and simple but I prefer the sentiment one it just adds something special to it...lol love the photo of your Grandaughter, now why on earth did she squeeze into that teeny space lol...Happy Easter to you and those you love
Mina xxx

Tejal said...

I love both...love the sweet coloring!!
Love that you got the camera out before getting the little one out from her hiding space!!

I did that too..for my nephew..he got inside a TV carton had his cousin tape it shut and then had us search the house for him...I've got evidence to show his children that your father was a brat!! :D (though that is years away..but still fun!!)

nicolet said...

This cards looks fantastic!!
Hugs Nicolet

Pops x said...

Hi sweetie this is just stunning, loving the colours and a fab images too, i could never make a card with less on i have to pack mine out, lol at the photo :) hugs pops x

Suze Bain said...

How cute are these little quails. Great colouring. I also really liked your first card but dear me, your desk is worse than mine, and I thought that was bad! Lol x

Dolly Daydreams said...

This is so lovely and what a talent you have with those pens. For a moment I thought maybe the picture was of you from last week looking for some hidden acetate !> Gorgeous card.

Marie

Joan said...

cute birdies and lovely cards

Rita said...

Both are lovely cards ,but this one just has the edge I think. The birds are gorgeous. Hugs Rita xxx

massofhair said...

You never can make a lame card especially when it includes a gorgeous comfy chair. Where did you get the chair stamp from please, i really need it lol...
Both your creations this week are amazing, imho your first card is the best but i don't really want to choose as that is one very cute quail, what to do...
Both stunning and inspirational:-)

monika said...

this card is really cut,
:-)
the stamp is wonderful

Monika
basteln.co.at

Emily Leiphart said...

I love the first one with the sentiment! The variable shading on the three peeps is fantastic!! That's hilarious that you got your camera and took a photo before releasing your granddaughter. LOL

Rica said...

Hello - it's me catching up again!! I'm just working on my LIM card, might just finish it in time!!
Love the cute quails and definitely the one with the sentiment.
Fantastic picture of your Granddaughter - it reminds me of when I got stuck in the dog flap trying to get in when I lost my key on a night out!! 'Happy memories' LOL
hugs
Heather xx

Pauline said...

Love this card! The bird is such a fun image, and I love the way you coloured them. I like it with the sentiment, but they both work well.

pickle said...

Love it!