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I've created this blog to share my life & love of paper crafts with others. You will read bits and pieces of what goes on in my world and be able to see my paper craft creations! Please leave me a comment if you see something you like. I'd love to hear from you!

Saturday, June 12, 2010

For a Special Birthday Boy!

One of the things I loved about going on the stamp retreat weekend with the girls from the Stamp Shack back in April was getting to use products from all the other stampers there!  We joked and laugh as we called it "shopping!"  Since I sat right next to Chelsea, I often "shopped" at her place and I used a bunch of her TAC stamps to stamp a wide variety of images for future use.  Best part about this "shopping" is that it was always free, and it usually entailed a bit of inspiration or a quick stamping tip!

This adorable little boy is one of the images I stamped from her. 
I colored him with Copic Markers and accented this card and image using some stamps from DRS Designs. I stamped the Easy Grass Background (E059) around his feet with SU! Glorious Green ink after I sponged it with olive green ink on the ground area. 

Then, I paired it up with DRS Designs Birthday Boy Greeting (E590)--I thought this image was just too cute and made the perfect birthday card for a little boy who likes to fish .  Notice anything different about this particular card compared to the majority of other's I've made?  I'll give you a day or two to think about before I reveal what I'm talking about here.  Leave your answer in a comment and I'll see if I can round up a small prize to mail to the person who gets it right! 

Thanks for visiting today!   
Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

I love shoppping at Palooza too. This card has ppaper. You don't use that much. I remember us talking about this.-Kim S.

K Hutchinson said...

This is so adorable! I love the way you colored him and the paper is wonderful with the image! Love it!

Beth Norman said...

Soooooooo cute. The only thing I can think of is the eyelits.


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