Saturday, 20 August 2011

DT cards for Send a Smile 4 Kids #16: Punches and Dies

Hi guys hope you are all well and have enjoyed your week.
We hold our challenges every fist and third Saturday of each month. And believe it or not it's already the third Saturday. So head on over with your wonderful card creation to Send a Smile 4 Kids. We are asking you to use your Punches and Dies. Great opportunity to show them off. You can use more than one.....hint, hint. A great time to use all those dies hidden in your drawers and folders, dig up all the hundreds of punches we have all bought over the years (only slightly exaggerated. lol, maybe dozens?)
On the top card I used a Martha Stewart Daisy border punch, Tim Holtz flourish and a doily die which I  momentarily forgot where from.
On the second card I used a SU Top Note die and some yellow star punches.
 All of us SAS girls have had a fun time playing with our wonderful images. The Pink Panther is stamp from the Stamp Shoppe and the cute little girl holding the teddy is a Sassy Cheryl's image. Look closely at the sentiment is says: Have a very Beary Birthday, just too cute.I always use promarkers for my colouring.
I am entering the top card into the following challenges:

Die Cuttin Divas # 28: Kids
 Totally Gorjuss# 94: cute and Cuddly

I am entering the Pink Panther card into the following challenges:
The Crazy Challenge # 80:  Movies ( The Pink Panther)
 Sparkles Forum#18: One for the boys

6 comments:

  1. This is so cute.. I love that image.. great coloring.. :) hugs

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  2. Your card is great and fits our challenge at SFC. Thanks for joining in this time

    Jackie x

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  3. My kids love the Pink Panther, really fun cards :)

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  4. What cute and cuddly card!! Thanks for playing with us this week at Totally Gorjuss!!

    Hugs,
    Patricia

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  5. How adorable is this. Just love your cute and cuddly card. Thanks for joining in the fun at Totally Gorjuss this week, hugs Sharon

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  6. Great cards as always- and great job on the blogpost as well!

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