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Jan 10, 2012

Chasing the Clouds Away. . . .errr. . .snow away?

Ok, I'm not too sure if I'm having a case of the winter blahs but I'm definately feelin' like it's time for some sun and sand in a hot and tropical location.  Today's card totally depicts this warm and sunny feelin' and basically I made this card for my husband - 'cause it's depicts two of his favorite things a Turtle and the Ocean

I stopped over to Kraftin Kimmie Stamps web page after I bought one of her stamps to see some examples from their gallery of how they used a cute little stamp I bought last week.  While visiting her web site, I found her blog. . . and you guessed it another CHALLENGE!  Yipee!!!

So here's the details of Kraftin' Kimmie's New Years Challenge:

For their challenges, they have one of their card creating gurus hostess and this week is one of their newest Krafty Girls, Sharon!!! The challenge she has set before us is all about SHAPES!! She has called it TIME TO SHAPE UP!  So the rules are simple.....be sure to include at least THREE different shapes on your card and yes, the card base can count as one shape. Over at Kraftin' Kimmies they LOVE to see your creations and hope that you can join them for this week's challenge and link it up on their blog site for them to check out! You could win the image of two cuddly bears, from the new Lots of Love 2 set by Emilie Goulet!

. . . and here's my Card:

The layout is from an older Mojo Layout from May 2011

I flipped the layout and put it on a 6X6 card. 

Here's the rest of the det's on this card:

BandT Paper:  Bo Bunny 12X12 Sophie Stripe (front & back)
Cardstock:  all CTMH: Lagoon, Pear, Sunset
Ink:  CTMH Sunset & Momento Tuxedo Black
Stamps:  Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps "Sunny the Turtle", CTMH D1476 Card Chatter
Embelishments: CTMH Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge, Crystal Gems, Copic Markers, Ribbon.

TFL. . . until next time. . . remember always to have lots of sunscreen!!!  :)

1 comments:

Cindi F

Great card! Love the papers you used and the color combinations.

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