March 29, 2012

A Little Bit of a Nostalic Moment

Happy Happy Thursday everyone!

I have a little nostalgic moment to share with you all today. How many of you think of the "olden days" when you see these old fashioned gumball machines?

I couldn't resist creating something using "Sweet Tooth" She of course can be found only in Elisabeth Bells Digital Collection. Definitely a darling Digi, and a must have for just about anyone.

I've colored her using my Copics, which of course are my favorite coloring medium. I don't think I could survive without them. I created my own sentiment and thought it would be perfect for a card such as this. The layered flower is a Magnolia Doo-Hickey Die, which is one of my absolute favorite dies.  Isn't it such a delicate and pretty flower?

I hope that this fresh and cheery Spring colored card brings a smile to your face, and a tiny memory of days gone by. =)

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

I've decided that I would enter this little cutie into these challenges:

Party Time Tuesdays - "Anything Goes" (I love that type of challenge *wink*)
Digital Tuesday Challenge - "Favorite Colors" 
Simon Says Stamp - "Anything Goes"
Truly Scrumptious - "Use Lace"

Don't forget:.................
You still have another day to hop along with us here at The Digi Bells for our awesome March Blog Hop. The winners will be announced on Saturday... I hope you find some time to join us. You just never know, YOU could be one of the lucky Winners! =)


debby4000 said...

Love your adorable and cute card Lynda.

Sandy's Stamping Scene said...

Hi Lynda,
Great choice of colors and such a cute image (hadn't seen this one before). Beautiful coloring & I love how you layered the flower. Thanks for joining in with the Truly Scrumptious' lace challenge.


Mary Lou said...

Wow Lynda~~You definitely captured the "Old fashion" look here!!! So wonderful--it does make me think of times gone by!!!:)
Happy day to you!!

Christine said...

How adorable!! Awesome card!! Thanks so much for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
xoxo, Christine