This is my ‘first ever’ swing card, thanks so much to Patti for her tutorial over at Stamp Embellish Create, such easy instructions, even I could do it! Also I couldn’t resist yet another fantastic colour combo at the Play Date Cafe this week… Caribbean Blue, Shoreline & Sunshine, sure sounds ‘happy’ to me. Perfect for a card I will be needing to post off very soon!
Other Supplies: Copics – E000,00,31,33,50. Y11,13. BG10,13. R20.
16 thoughts on “In the ‘swing’!”
BEAUTIFUL! Love the colouring of the image and that number pattern paper is gorgoeus. Therese! I love swing card too. They look complicated but easy to make. And makes an impact. Great work as always:)
Even you could do it…pshaw! Silly talented girl 🙂 Love these colours too, and that little girl 🙂
This is so soft and sweet! I love the interactivity as well.
gorgeous, Therese – although with your talent, I can’t imagine why you would say “easy for you” – LOL! I had a look at Patti’s tutorial and was pleasantly surprised to see it doesn’t “look” that complicated – we’ll see 🙂
What a fun card Therese!! Love the “swing”! The paper and colors are perfect for the color story this week! Thanks for playing at The Play Date Cafe this week!!
You did a GREAT job! This is totally awesome… love your color combo!
So cute, Therese! Thanks for joining us at The Play Date Cafe this week!
Fabulous swing card. I’ve never done this. I’ll have to check out the tutorial. Geat use of the colors.
Oh, this is so fun! I love it and am off to check out the tutorial 🙂
I really need to try that tutorial! The design is divine, and I’m lovin’ that numbered background! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Play Date Cafe!
Oh Wow super fun and cute! I haven’t made a swing card in ages!
Wow that numbered paper really looks great as a bkgd…just love how you used the colours :0)
Well done on attempting a swing card, you did a great job..Love it :0)
Oh that is too cool! I’m glad you did a tutorial, because I couldn’t even figure out what you did. 😉 The little girl stamp is so sweet. You are becoming the tutorial master!
Very cool – I have never made one either – but it is on my to do list! Great colours.
good golly, the colours in this are magnificent!! I am in love with the MME paper!! I can hear my wish list groaning again, better stop looking at your blog, the wish list can take NO more-lol!:)