Here's my Copic-filled version:
I've used the beyond-the-edge technique to die cut the image with a Spellbinders Oval. A Spellbinders Big Scalloped Oval makes a nice shaped frame. I tried to preserve the little mousie tail but at the last possible second, the fragile tail fell off. Luckily I have a spool of 20 gauge black cotton thread so I added a realistic-looking mouse tail in its place.
I've used my card scraps to make handmade daisies to coordinate with my project . . .
A patterned paper from Bo Bunny's Gabrielle Collection 6x6 pad is layered with some Bazzill cardstock. I've used my Purple Cow deckle edge blade to give my edges a distressed, torn paper look. An EK Success Paper Shapers Whale of a Punch corner was also deckled. A few Creative Impressions white mini brads decorate one of the corners. A single Spellbinders Floral Flourish adds a little movement to my card. Here's the completed card front showing my version of Elphine House Australia's Laura's Yummy Pudding image by Elisabeth Bell:
You can find more inspiration using Elisabeth Bell's digital images at the Digi Bells Design Team blog here.
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Sketch Saturday "Sketch by Susie" (here)
Elphine House Australia "Everything Is Coming Up Daisies" (here)
Belles 'n Whistles "Spring is in the Air" (here)
Simon Says Stamp! "Sweet Tooth" (here)
Wags 'n Whiskers "Distressing" (here)
Craft Your Passion "Torn or Distressed Edges" (here)
A&T Digital Designs/Emerald Faerie Garden "Anything Goes" (here)
skin - E000, E01, E11, E93
hair, bear - E31, E35, E47, E93
shirt - R11, R14, R17
apron, dishes - W3, W1, W00
pants - BG11, BG23, BG49
backpack - B91, B95, B97
mouse - E31, E33, E35, E93
airbrushed background - E44, BG10
I'm so glad that you stopped by to visit!