Sunday, August 11, 2013

FRIENDS FUREVER

Hello, I hope everyone is having a fun and relaxing weekend.  I made this card for 3 challenges.  I love the Sketch Challenges at Die Cutting Divas.  Red isn't a color that I use very often.  Mary at Cardz TV is having a "Seeing Red" challenge.  I used Create a Critter for the poodle.  Also 3 GIRL JAM is having a Kraft with Ribbon Challenge
FORMULA
Papers:Basic Grey;kraft paper-Recollections; flower-scrap
Sentiment:Cardz TV "Barks and Bones"
Ink:Tim Holtz Walnut Stain
Ribbon 3 Girl Jam
Skittles by Carrie at Doubleclick Connections

13 comments:

  1. Sooo cute!! The poodle is adorable!! I love the design and awesome sentiment!! Have a great evening :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. Very unique! Love all the layers.

    Thanks for joining the Cardztv Design Team
    Cathy
    http://mimiscraftcorner.blogspot.com

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  3. Super cute card! The poodle is adorable Katie! I love the layering and the ribbon is so pretty! Great job as always my friend!
    Sherrie K

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  4. Oh my, this is so cute! TFS your adorable card at DCD's sketch challenge.

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  5. Very nicely done, thanks for joining CTVS!

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  6. Very cute card! Thanks for playing along with us at CardzTV

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  7. Such an adorable card! I love color combo!
    Thanks for sharing and linking this up over at the 3GJ Challenge blog for our Kraft w/Ribbon Challenge!
    We have a new challenge beginning tomorrow, hope to see you join in again :)
    Jessica
    3GJ DT

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  8. Super CUTE...thanks for joining 3 Girl JAM!

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  9. your card turned out adorable!! Love the pattern paper you used with it :-) Thanks for joining us in the Cardz TV Stamps' "Seeing Red" challenge!

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  10. Hi Katie love the kraft and red on of my favorite combos and the poople is adorableThanks for joining the ctvs challenge. Karen.

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