Thursday, 3 November 2011

An accidental double bow

Im busy with taking photos of new goodies for the shop and will have some sneaky peeks for you to drawl over tomorrow ; )

Today though i have a Tiddly card to show you using the cutest Lilli Claire. Our challenge this week is an easy  Anything goes so no excuses come over and join us, you could win $10 to spend on images in the Tiddly inks store!
 An accidental double bow! If your interested, i always make my bows with the good old bunny ears technique. To make this double bow, just double up on your bunny ears. Its really easy and i love it!

Papers are Cosmo Cricket Early bird, very old but still my favourite.
Goodies from the Sew Sweet shop - Organic red stripe ribbon, Vintage red button & Rustic Kraft button twine & Kraft paper to die cut the doily using the Papertrey Ink doily die

Shop Update - We now have the teeny tiny polka dot buttons back in stock, 22mm Cover buttons, Rustic kraft button Twine, and lots of the ribbons are all back in stock too

I hope you will join us this week for our Anything goes challenge.

Before you pop over to the Challenge blog to drawl over the Tiddly Inspiration check out Christys blog too. We are have a Tiddly design team call. Click on the image below to take you directly to Christys blog.
♥ Thank you for visiting us today at Sew Sweet ♥ www.sewsweet.co.uk

8 comments:

mforquer said...

Emma - this is gorgeous! Love the papers and your coloring is just beautiful! The doodles are a perfect touch and your bow!!!!! WOW! LOVE this!
Hugs,
M

Kate said...

This is so cute. Love the sketch that you used too my friend. Beautiful Coloring.

Hugs,
Kate

Larissa said...

Very cute Emma! I love your bow, it is gorgeous!

Hugs,
Larissa

Linda said...

This is simply adorable.. Love it!! Very lovely work.
Hugs, Linda

Elfcrafts said...

Hi Emma, I love your card, it is so cute. Love the double bow xx

Christy/Tiddly Inks said...

Love it sweets!!! Gorgeous!

Mary J said...

A FAB bow Emma! Really love your colouring (again!!)

Grenouille Greetings said...

Oh this is lovely Emma and so very You of Old! Hugs, Lesley