I may have mentioned I had one more card for The Library Challenge's Anthology - why not get those Valentine's started? Here was my inspiration...
I used a very old, much loved set from MFT, called London Mouse, to help me pull my card together. I've added this book to my reading list - I'm totally intrigued to know what those 'three life-changing sentences' are!
My 'love note' is a tiny little thing which made hand-drawing those little figures into the vehicles even more challenging - but oh so fun! The word note is stamped with a very old set called Sketchy Letters, from Mama Elephant - I still love them!
Thanks for stopping by today... hope your Christmas was everything you hoped for!
Hand drawn people...are you kidding me? You just have a wealth of talent & skills simmering in that incredible brain of yours. I do believe you nailed this challenge.
wonderfully inspired Michele. Hopeyou had a very happy ho ho ho.
I love your ultra cute take on this challenge! And hand drawn wee peeps, even better!
Fab take on the inspiration Michele!
What a superb take on that challenge and such a beautiful, creative card!
Such an adorable card! I haven't heard of this book so let me know what you think after you've read it.
Wow, Michele, this is terrific. Love those bitty people! You are ever multi-talented and so creative. Thank you so much for sharing!
You nailed this book cover and I'm so impressed that you hand drew the figures! Especially girl with the ponytail and the reader! Let me know how the book is.
I had never heard of this challenge and I saw your post on IG and LOVED your snowman inspired card...so I too started one with a red vehicle! You'll have to wait and see...and now I have a book cover AND your card to be inspired by! :) This is so adorable!
You have a stamp for everything, Michele. But knowing you have them and how to use them is the key to your genius.
Oh that sweet bus with the heart exhaust....too cute! Adorable card!
This is fantastic, Michele! I'm amazed by the fact that you find the perfect stamps from your stash for the challenge and by how you arrange the design of the book cover for your card. Great job of hand-drawing the little cute figures!
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, my friend! :-)
How fun! Congrats on drawing those teeny peeps in there! I'm glad you did it... As for the book? Now you've got me intrigued but I never have reading time, so let us all know!!
You have a unique talent to interpret challenges incredibly well and this one is no different. What talent you have and what a fabulous card x.
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and made lovely memories Michele ? x.
Came back to say....I have obviously been away and I have loved catching up on your blog posts. So much talent and inspiration.....Thank you friend x.
How wonderful! This was one of my favourite book covers and you've done an amazing job, right down to the little figures in the vehicle. I must admit though, that I didn't love the book when I read it...but lots of people do, so maybe you'll be one of them!Thanks for joining The Library.
so super cute...fun too just like you.
I wanted to give you a big thanks for all your most kind and encouraging comments you leave me...it is so appreciated.
Also, thanks so much for inspiring! I love checking out your amazing cards and I love the way you think it all through and put it together.
Wishing you all things good and a wonderful New Year.
Lovely card, my dear friendly enabler ;-) Thanks for encouring me back to blogging! I'm going to grab a herbal tea and sit back and peruse your fabulous blog. And then, get creative myself:-) hugs, Mandy.
Ohhhhhh, love this!!! You drew the little figures?! They are darling and what a fabulous way to add so much life to these cute images! Love this so much, sweetie!
It's amazing to see how you've completed the scene! You're so creative, Michele! Wishing you a wonderful New Year <3!!!
Oh my gosh, how cute is this! LOVE your hand-drawn figures so much, Michele! Such a darling card!!!
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