Sunday, April 18, 2021

#13

 

This week we have something a little different for you. 


We are joining forces with Double Trouble Challenges.  This challenge will run for 2 weeks instead of our usual 1 week.  So gives you plenty of time to be inspired.
Add flowers and/or use the colours provided.  


And now, for my project. Hee hee!


I stayed very much in the theme in all aspects.  Colours, flowers AND the little character used above in the challenge promo.  Are they not the cutest!!

I took SU cardstock, Coastal Cabana, Purple Posy, Balmy Blue and Magenta Madness.  Through in the larger hat - ed cat in the background and coloured the little ones as close to matching as possible with my Copics.  

The characters are a set from Kindred Stamps called Out of the Bag .  So many "Things" can be done with the sit.  Cannot wait to play with it a little more.

Don't forget to play along with the challenge for your chance to guest DT with us awesome ladies!  LOL It really is a fun team to be on.

Happy crafting.

6 comments:

  1. Such an adorable card, love their hair!

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  2. I love love love the little people that remind me of Thing One and Thing Two. My Granddaddy used to call me and mom that. Such a cute little card! Jill

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  3. I love those little images, and I agree with Jill on looking like Thing 1 and Thing 2; so hope you join us at Double Trouble and compare with our Thing 1 and 2, maybe their babies... lol and hope to see you there. Really love the layout and the florals added on the corners... adorable fun card.

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    1. Thank you for sharing. Don't forget to come back and check out our future fun challenges.

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  4. This is adorable - love the hair on the cuties! Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble :)

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  5. What a beautiful card you made :-)) I like how you take our colours! Beautiful flowers.

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