Thursday, March 14, 2013

MAWTT challenge: Spring is in the Air

In the Northern hemisphere everyone is gearing up for Spring and in some places they are waiting for the lovely Spring showers.  And this is our challenge at Moving Along with the Times:
Our sponsor for this week is:

I picked the cute Singin in the Rain:

I double printed the image to cut out the umbrella and popped it on with 3D foam. Her "glasses" were covered with Ranger Glossy Accents.
Colored using Spectrum Noir
Background paper: Bo Bunny
Sentiment: The Giving Tree (GinaK Designs)

Also entering into:


  1. oh this is wonderful..i ove the 3d umberella and the dotty DP
    Lisa x

  2. Gorgeous and I love how you have made her glasses looking so realistic.
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  3. Ah this is brilliant I love the Umbrella being 3d thats a great idea. Hope alls well with you, Love Hazelxo

  4. Oh Wow… this is gorgeous Riette! isn't she a cutie and you've coloured her beautifully… love the 3D'd umbrella and her specs! the colours are lovely and bright and cheery… I love it! :-)
    Hope you have a lovely day!
    Big hugs
    Sue xx

  5. Adorable! I love the bright colors and that fabulous umbrella!
    Tammy x

  6. Hi ya, oh my this is just to cute!! Love how you've layered up the umbrella and the papers are fab.


  7. Beautiful card, love your choice of image and the colours are great. The 3d umbrella and the glosy glasses really add to the card.
    Kim xXx

  8. This is brilliant, love the raised umbrella, looks fantastic. Jx

  9. So cute and i love the papers and colours♥.

    Have a great day♥.

    Hugs, Marita

  10. This is so cute! I love that umbrella.

  11. Super card Red love the glossy glasses and the raised umbrella.
    Have a good weekend!
    Carole xXx

  12. Love how you made the glasses. Super cute card all the way around! Thanks for sharing it with us at Crafty Creations!


Veels Geluk dimensions

This card was made for a friend of my mother's.  "Veels Geluk" means congratulations in Afrikaans. The letters were die-cut ...