Sunday, August 21, 2011

Hangin' with My Peeps


It's Sunday so it's time for another Dream Valley Challenge, and this week the challenge theme was to use citrus colors.  The sponser for challenge #14 is Stitchy Bear Stamps, so I selected this adorable image entitled Hangin' Out, which I colored with Copics, then cut with Spellbinders Labels 4 Grand die.  All of the embellishments are from my stash, including the embossed cardstock that I used for the background. 
Entering this card into the following:
Designed 2 Delight - Anything Goes
One Stop Craft Challenge - #145 Bold and Bright
The Stamp Man Challenges - #29 Anything Goes with Summer colors
Craft Us Crazy - #15 Anything Goes 
My Mums Craft Shop Challenges - #19 Summertime
Really Reasonable Ribbon - #30 Keep It Clean

10 comments:

  1. I love this! The image is so beautifully coloured! I love the paper, and the ribbons and gems - in other words, everything!!! A great, fun card!

    luv, Mags x

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  2. Wonderful card! It reminds me of the cartoon called Rugrats that my kids watched when they were little. Love the coloring and patterened paper!

    Hugs
    Carrie

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  3. awwwwwww what a pretty lil card, gorgeous colours and i so love that sweet image:)


    Thank you for joining us at MMCS

    Sue
    xx

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  4. This is brilliant, love the sentiment. xx

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  5. Fab card! I love the image and how you've used the ribbon :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

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  6. This is just too cute. Love the colors you used.

    Thank you for joining us at Craft Us Crazy.

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  7. Thank you for joining in this weeks One Stop Craft Challenge, hope to see you again next week xx

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  8. What a fun card! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.

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  9. Super cute .
    Thank you for playing along with us on Really Reasonable Ribbon !

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  10. Beautiful! Thank you for playing along with us at Really Reasonable Ribbon!

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