Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Penny Black Challenge


The challenge at Penny Black Saturday is Autumn Breezes.
I thought this little mouse could be autumny and I have a thing about this leaf die at the moment, so guess you'll be seeing quite a bit of it
The oval punches and sentiment are from Stampin Up
And the glitter... well what can I say... a bit of glitter over load
Thought I better try and use some sparkle to get me in the mood for Christmas card making and I opened the tube of glitter glue and had a few accidental spurts of it that developed into overload!!
The little mousey was coloured the same colours as my little hamster- and let me tell you he was not a happy chappy earlier. I cleaned his house then his face was a picture when he arrived back in it from his jaunt about the living room in his ball. He was like WHAT... I've spent all week getting that how I like it and hiding food here there and everywhere and now its all gone.. gone I say.. and I have to start over again... poor wee soul he spent ages fluffing up his cottony bedding and taking bits of it here there and everywhere and hiding his food all over the place... guess he'll have a long lie tonight then
Off now to get ready for dog training
AllisonX

7 comments:

Crystal said...

SOOOO Cute Allison, I love those added leaves!!! Adorable card!

Enfys said...

Clever clever stuff missus, love this, those black leaves really pop
luv
En xx

Pauline C said...

Very cute card Allison. Love your cute mouse image - beautifully coloured. Thanks for joining in this week's PBSC
Pauline x

Kath said...

wowee....loving this one Allison...love your cute image and those gorgeous leaves...thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC...hugs kath xxxxx

Christine (Craftling) said...

Wow! Wonderful card! Love those PB mouse images! Well.. OK.. ALL PB images!! lol ;o)

Hugs,
Chris xx

Sally said...

such a sweet card. Love how you have added the leaves.

theneon said...

A stunning card and I hope we get to see a lot more of that leaf die -- the black and glitter are very effective.