28 November 2013

Super Dude!

 Hey Peeps :)


It occurred to me the other day, it's been a while since I 'fessed up to any mischief. Rest assured, it doesn't mean I haven't got up to any. More, I've been busy, getting into it!

I think it's safe to say we are in the grips of winter now. Not deepest, darkest winter, but enough to have the heating on. Our heating clunks on in the morning and in the evening, and anytime in between, if it drops below a certain temperature. Happy Days. Naturally, my idea of acceptable, is completely different to Very Understanding Hubby's idea of acceptable... I like The Maldives, he prefers Austria. In winter. I'm sure Austria is very beautiful. But, let me think... Sub Zero, Tropical, Sub Zero, Tropical? Hmmm... Well, I suppose there's Hot Choklit. But. I digress.

Our heating also has a fancy little Remote Control with a built in Thermostat/ Temperature Checker Thingy. In theory, I could be lying in bed (in winter PJ's, under two duvets, three blankets and a cat.) and if I decided I was cold... I could just reach out and wham the heating up/ on. Did I mention Happy Days? Happy Days? Not! The Heating Remote is ranked up there, along with the TV Remote, and as such, has Full Blue Job Classification. I am not to touch. Bad Fluffie!

The Heating Remote has it's own little home. A special spot it lives in, so it never gets lost. It's just, the Heating Remote, lives above a radiator. That would be the Heating Remote Control With The Built In Thermostat/ Temperature Checker. Doh! I'm missing a trick here! Correction. The Heating Remote 'did' live above the radiator. Now, it lives on the other side of the room. The cooler side. You know, the side of the room, that means the heating stays on for longer. But, if anyone, AKA, Very Understanding Hubby, asks, it's because it 'looks' better, in it's new home. You know, for the general good looks and tidiness of the room... ;)

Anyway, it's time for some Inspiration from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. This week, the Little Misses are having a creative free-for-all, you really should pop over and check out all the gorgeousness on display... it's well worth a looksie.


Supplies... 
Image: Polka Dot Pals Toby; Little Miss Muffet Stamps, Papers: My Minds Eye Boy Crazy, Copics 

19 comments:

Claire said...

Fab card Faye, I love how you have made it look like he has jumped through the card - brilliant and love the bright colours. Hugs, Claire x

Sarah said...

Morning Faye - fabulous card, love the little chap and the way he's bursting out the card! I bet this one was well received!!

Know what you mean about the heating 'mote (we've got something similar) and I'm stuck in a house with two people who don't feel the cold. Not good!!!

Hope all's well with you - almost Christmas panic time here!

Sarah

Sue said...

How fabulous! I really love the design and adorable image, coloured perfectly!
Glad to hear you have your heating sorted, just hope your hubby doesn't read your blog!
hugs Sue xx

Pop's Cards said...

Good Morning sweetie, this is really gorgeous. big hugs love Pops x x x

Cathy said...

Faye this is totally adorable! I love how he punched through the wall! Hahaha! Great design! So creative!

Carla S. said...

Fabulous card, Faye! Love, love your coloring and all the cute details!

heidy said...

What a fun and cute card Faye!!
XXX Heidy

lenny said...

The little dude is awesome!! Such a terrific card!! Love that torn paper!!

karen said...

Lol you make me smile !!

Am I inspired, hell yeah, what a super awesome card Faye! hugs, Karenxx

Pia S said...

I love reading your blog posts as much as I love looking at your cards. Both always puts me in a great mood!
And I do find your work very inspiring too. Being an aunt to 4 nephews and no nieces I always love seeing male/boys cards. This design is great for a young boy!

Donna Mosley said...

I LOVE this card Faye, he looks fab bursting through the design.

Donna x

...just Barbara said...

This is beyond awesome and your coloring rocks! Thanks for all that you do and thank you for being a Little Misses! Hugs

Tracey T said...

Love the "I just burst through the paper" look! The perfect card for a superhero. Hugs, Tracey xx

coops said...

oooooooo he is fabulous faye and i love his curly blonde hair :D

xx coops xx

Lorraine said...

This is gorgeous Faye, I love the way he is jumping through the paper.
Your hubby sounds like mine re the heating!! I put the heating on...hubby turns it off and tells me to put another jumper on! :-(
Lorraine x

Julie E said...

I am hoping you are warm and toasty...and not in trouble ;>)
I just love everything about this card - EVERYTHING!!! You are just Ms. Creative :>)

Mrs A. said...

I like how Daniel has just burst out through the backing paper!
Hugs Muver.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so adorable, I love the cute image and great design. Had to have this image! So I came over from F.B. and went to the store and bought one and told them you sent me!

Grenouille Greetings said...

GORGEOUS colouring, gorgeous card! BHB to SC again!
And your story goes to show why some job colours have CLEARLY been misclassified and why I recommend a more light purple colour coding. Firstly said controller should obviously NEVER have been placed near a radiator and obviously looks much better elsewhere in the room and secondly, I assume that VUH is outside of the home for much longer in the day than you are and therefore, at least when you are there without him, you should have control. No?
Yes, yes, yes. Hugs, Lesley