Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Don't try this at home!

Hello there and thank you so much for visiting me goodness me, it was a wet and windy morning here in Kent, the weather has settled now but now I'm home from work, I'm in for the day!

I actually made today's card a week or so ago, but as soon as I saw that this weeks, "I love Promarkers" challenge theme is Men at Work, I couldn't wait to upload this......
I just adore this LOTV stamp, but I always worry about him toppling off the edge of those steps!

this card features:
  • LOTV - a lick of paint
  • coloured with promarkers
  • red dotty paper from a papermania stack
  • Dulux colour card
  • acrylic dots
I would like to enter this into these challenges:

I do appreciate your popping in and the lovely comments xx


  1. Good advise fabulous image and card Ginny x
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  2. What a brilliant card Lisa, cute stamp (although I'm with you on the Health + Safety!!), great colours and of course, in your profession those paint samples are a perfect touch xx

  3. Great card. Got this image on an art pad. Love it x

  4. This is gorgeous Lisa, adorable image and love the dotty paper and fab idea with the colour chart!
    Wendy xx

  5. Hello Lisa... Thanks for sharing your card in the 'Men at Work' Challenge at 'I Love Promarkers', your card is lovely and fits perfectly with the challenge. Love how you have also used one of those paint colour pallets.
    Hugs Diane Louise (GDT at I Love Promarkers) x

  6. Gorgeous card, Lisa! Love the addition of the paint color chart layer :) Thank you for playing along Simon Says Stamp A Bit O' Green Challenge :)
    Gayatri xx

  7. Brilliant, love this, the colours, and design is gorgeous.xx

  8. Hi Lisa, not one of my commenting numbers for I♥Promarkers but popped on anyway to let you know I love your card. The paint shade card is a fab idea. Hmm I wonder where you picked that up lol bet you see plenty of these at work!!! Shona xx


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