Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Smile Crocodile!

 Hello everyone! I hope you're having a great day today! This evening, I have a card to share with you for the current Lawnscaping Challenge - Stamp a Scene!
 

 The challenge is sponsored by Lawn Fawn, and there is still some time to play along, so don't forget to enter a card! Anyways, here is the card that I created:


I recently received the "Critters Down Under" stamp set from Lawn Fawn, so I was very excited to start playing with it! To make the sun, I used the small speech bubbles from the "A Birdie Told Me" set and wiped off the ink from the hooked part. The hearts are from the "Plus One" stamp set!

On a personal note, everything went really well with the 30 Hour Famine! As a fundraiser for the event, we had a "Pie in the Face" contest and everyone who volunteered has to get a pie in the face this weekend - including me. Great... :)

Well, I hope that you have a great day! Time for some ice cream! Yum! :)

9 comments:

  1. omg, I LOVE this card!! The paper piecing is fabulous- it really adds a lot of texture to the card! And very clever to make the speech bubble into a circle! Glad to hear everything went well with the 30 Hour Famine. Hope you have a good week!

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  2. Oh my, totally love your little scene!! Your choice of papers is just FAB!! Have a great week!! :)

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  3. i love the patterned sky and ground :) and how the aligator hangs out of the frame :) thanks for playing a long with us at lawnscaping!

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  4. Such a fun scene, especially love the crocodile & the patterned sky :)

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  5. I love how you created your scene...such a cute card!!!

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  6. Cute & Clean = Me in love hahaha Your paper piecing is amazing!

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  7. So sweet, Elise! That is one of my favorite LF sets and I LOVE the perfect happy little scene you've created. Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!

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  8. That crocodile does make me smile! Love the scene!! And your patterned paper choices are perfect. Love it, as always :) Glad to hear the famine went well. And the pie in the face...anything for a good cause!! Have fun with it!

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