Monday, 1 June 2015

Little Mr P strikes again

Another card from Little Mr P. He got this one coloured up, chose all the papers and cut them out. Then with a big ole tired sigh, he turned to me and said "can you glue it all together, I want to go watch Odd Squad with Grandpa".


Not too bad for a shared credit card! lol
Since he carefully chose to use some snippets, I will take his card over to visit Di and the others at Pixies Crafty Workshop.

Recipe
Card base - 5 1/2 textured card and envelope from my stash
DP - dotty snippet of MME Away We Go DP; and unknown orange woodgrain
Card stock - snippet of kraft for sentiment and scalloped mat
Dies - Spellbinders oval and scalloped oval, and banner tag
Image - unknown...borrowed this stamp from a friend and he coloured it with pencil crayons, shaded with gamsol
Ink - Momento Rich Cocoa
Sentiment - stamped a couple of years ago and pulled out of my bits box

20 comments:

  1. what a lovely card super image
    Hugs Kate xx

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  2. This is awesome! My brother would love that stamp!!
    Lucy x

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  3. A brilliant card from Little Mr P - you've got some competition on your hands Maureen!
    Pauline
    x

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  4. Oh how cute - love the image and it's a great card too! Tee, hee - I did laugh at the joint effort as well - that little chap's not daft!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  5. He did a great job Maureen and you too gluing everything together LOL
    Hugs, Veerle x

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  6. It's really good! Shame his attention wandered and you had to finish it off!!! x

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  7. Fun card for the boys here Mo. Love it. Zx

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  8. Fab colouring from little Mr P and he matched up the papers and sentiment perfectly...think he deserved the break after that. Carol x

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  9. I love this quirky image and it coloured so well. Great combination of paper snippets and background too.
    Jean x

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  10. LOL! This sounds like one of my granddaughters! He did do a wonderful job on this though and love his coloring on that image and paper selection! A fun, fun card! Give him a big congrats from me!
    Lynn

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  11. Hi Maureen, I suppose the sticking together is the least interesting part of cardmaking for a little person! Mr P made a seriously good job of colour, picking out the papers and putting together his design for the card :) Elizabeth xx

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  12. Adorable! He's got talent - his colouring looks fabulous! Everything coordinates so well too!

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  13. Well done Mr P. This is fabulous. Just as well you got Nanna to glue it as it saves you getting mucky paws!!
    Hugs
    xx

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  14. Mr. P is seriously talented! He did the hard work! I know you're a proud Nanna!

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  15. Aww, young Mr P is so sweet! It's a great cowork and a fabulous card.

    Love and hugs
    Maarit

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  16. Your little guy sure has a great eye for clean designs and masculine details. He must take after his talented grandmother:)

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  17. That is too funny about Mr. P. He did a great job coloring the image and picking the papers.

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  18. Well little Mr. P has some of his grandmother's creative talent. This is fantastic. An artist in the making....Hugs, joann

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  19. What a funny Mr. P! Great job picking out everything. Love the card!

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  20. Wow! Mr. P has done a seriously fantastic look on this one. I need him to come help me pick out papers! Love his main image, and his layout is very striking too. Love the way he's combined the patterns on the dp. Give him a big hug and tell him "Well done!". TFS & Hugs

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