Thursday 28 April 2011

MAWTT, Anything Goes.

The Theme on MAWTT this week is Anything Goes and Pami has chosen it.

We have been sponsored by the Stamp Man who have given us a Hero Arts Stamp Set for our Winner. 

I have used the Walk and Wiggle Technique from Shari Carroll Over on Hero Arts. You can find it here.

Card Recipe

6 x 6 Scalloped Card.
Free Stamp from Craft Stamper Magazine.
Font - 
Labels Nesties
Colouring Medium - Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Old Paper, Milled Lavender, Victorian Velvet and Tumbled Glass.
Thread and Button from stash

Pop Over and join the fun.
 Love and Cuddles


Brenda Brown said...

Fabulous CAS card Hazel. I think I am gonna have to go see what this wiggle and walk is!!
Have a great day.
luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

Debs said...

Fab card Hazel and wonderful technique - thanks for the link.
Have a great day
{{Debs}} xx

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Great card missus, love the sentiment its fab!
hope your behaving lol hugs shell xx

DesignerDiva said...

I'm just about to check out the walk and wiggle it sounds fab! Love the sentiment you have used and the twine
Hugs Laurie x

Pami said...

Interesting sounding technique!! Looks like you had fun with it anyway! Lovely card. Pami x

G Peplow said...

Gorgeous card, love the beautiful background, so soft and subtle:0) Thanks for your kind comment on my blog:0) xxx

Emma Williams said...

Absolutely love this card and that sentiment is just so perfect and true!! :)
Hope you're ok and you're looking forward to another long weekend...thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog post. I really do appreciate it!! *mwah* :)
Love and hugs, Emma xxx

Lisa Jane said...

Great CAS card - i am intrigued now by the walk and wiggle lol.. sounds like fun
Lisa x

jackiescrafts said...

wow Hazel that's a very elegant card I love it

Hugs Jackie x


Beautiful colours on the Dragonflies Hazel, and a great technique. Have a fab. weekend - Love and hugs, Sylvia xxx

The Stamp Man said...

A lovely card and I recognise that stamp:) That looks an interesting technique that you've used, I've never heard of that one!

Jill x