I haven't posted for a couple of days because I have been busy crafting, walking in the glorious weather we are having and catching up on some baking. My husband likes sweet things for breakfast and we were out of almost everything homemade so before he thought his stomach thought his throat had been slit, I made muffins and friendship bread for him. He's a happy man now. On the weather front, it is going up to a high of 12C here today so I will have to take time for another stroll. By the weekend they are predicting something like 2C, which will make us all depressed again.
The challenge this week over at Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge Blog is to create a card with blue, brown and one neutral colour. Here is my take on the challenge. My little grandson is turning one next week and my 88 year old Mother-in-Law asked me to buy a card for her but I decided this would fit the bill instead.
The image from Mo Manning is called Bronte and Louis and has been coloured using a combination of Prismacolors and Koh-I-Noor pencil crayons. The papers are from a Provo Craft Scrap Pack and my stash (sorry I don't remember the designer). The cardstock is Recollections (Michaels). Other supplies used: Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Craft Candy (Craftworks Cards), Ribbon (Michaels).