Monday, 6 September 2010

My Little Angel (Inspiration Ave simplicity challenge)


Feeling very tired today as my little angel was up in the middle of the night so have had no sleep. So when I saw todays challenge over at Inspiration Avenue I decided to make a very simple, clean card with a lovely angel stamp from Scrollswork. Think I will have an early night tonight and he can go to bed with a torch in case he gets scared again...oh the joys of being a mum!

13 comments:

lisa fulmer said...

pretty cute for a tired mum!! :-)

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

awwwwwww...my youngest has a Harry Potter wand which doubles up as a tourch and every so often you can hear him saying rather annoyingly 'EXPELL-I-ARMOUS!!!!' to make the tourch light up lol

Hope you get a better nights kip in tonight.

Love the combination of papers you've used with this fabulous Scrollswork image. Crafting is good for soul when you are tired I always think. Helps your mind destress.

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

I meant 'in an annoyed tone with the torch' not annoying to me lol....had to write that as I sounded really grumpy on the previous comment rofllol

Small Footprints said...

Oh ... it's lovely and very elegant!

Hope you get some sleep! :)

Sid said...

Fab card....now get a rest !!

Phoenix Peacock said...

hopefully you get some sleep soon. this card is fabulous, particularly considering you are sleep deprived!

La Dolce Vita said...

lovely angel with the music in the background!!

peggy gatto said...

simply charming!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is adorable and oh so elegant, especially from a sleep deprived mother.

Robin Norgren said...

love how art can soothe a mama's soul!

artangel said...

What a lovely card - simple, beautiful and elegant. I hope you've had some better sleep since you wrote this! :)

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

This is lovely- I really like the way you kept the colors so simple and allowed the angel to be the important part of the image!

priti.lisa said...

This too, shall pass.
Beautiful little treasures, both.
The son and the art.
xox