Friday, January 20, 2012

Friday Spy Day!

Happy beautiful Friday everyone! I am soooo glad the weekend is upon us. I just love sleeping in on Saturday mornings and hanging out all day long. We are not weekend warriors - we are weekend couch potatoes. lol! Without apologies!
This week's Farm Fresh Challenge's Friday Spy Day has us CASE-ing a great card by...
Sheena!

What a dapper fellow! ;) I love all the layers of her card, the distressed edges, and wonky squares. I still need to get that nestie, by the way...
For my card I CASE-d her as best as I could, but decided to embellish the area with the sentiment instead:


Refreshing my memory here...This is Wild Sprout Annika if I remember correctly! Yes, I believe so. ;) She is one of my favorites with her sweet First Day of School look. heehee! I paired her with some adorable papers from October Afternoon that I won on a Facebook giveaway! Woohoo! The colors are soo happy and sweet, the patterns are perfect for any school age child. Here is a closer look at my embellishments:


Usually I keep embellis quite simple, but lately I've been wanting to layer them until it takes $4 to mail one card. It's just a phase, I am sure, but in the meantime I'm having fun. ;)
Come on over to the Farm Fresh Challenge blog to see what the other fabulous designers have created, this is also where you will link up your work, CASE-ing Sheena's card. 
Thank you for stopping in today, I will be back later with yet another TGF card (gasp!) for a different challenge! See you soon! 
xoxoxox

5 comments:

Victoria said...

Hi Joni, thanks for visiting my blog. I love this card - so cute! I really like the flower you've created in the bottom left corner - stunning!

Naomi said...

These are GREAT! I just LOVE those papers you used and your colouring is AWESOME!

Naomi
xoxo

Rachel Parys said...

Love it! I love the paper combo! I will have to get mine out!

Rhonda Miller said...

What a great card. I love it. TFS.

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Adorable card, Joni!! Love the fun papers you used with Annika along with the fun distressing. Great job!!