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>> Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Welcome!

 For a simple looking card, this baby took me quite a while!


To be honest, I started this card about 3 months ago and have gone back to it several times.  The one thing that has stopped me over and over from finishing it is that the 3 little piggies all needed to be fussy cut, and I really have to be in the right mood for that much detail cutting :)

I started this card by stamping our Vicki's Versatile Background in brown ink and then sponging on taupe and brown inks.  The Hogwash Saying was stamped in 3 parts using brown ink and then I used a black pen to outline the "hogwash".   As I mentioned, our Bathtime Buddies were stamped on a separate piece of paper using brown ink.  I colored them using a pink pencil and then fussy cut them (eventually :) and attached them to my card which was then attached to a folded pink card.

Thanks so much for stopping by~

Don't forget you still have until 6pm tonight to link a card with our current Summer Fun challenge!   Remember to check back tomorrow to see if you're our winner and see what our next challenge is!!

Sue

7 comments:

Shelia said...

What a fun birthday card, Sue!! I really like those three little pigs and they do look great fussy cut!!

Vicki Parson said...

So adorable Sue! :) I love your "fancy" cutting!!

Samantha said...

Well worth the wait, Sue! So cute!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So cute, Sue! I love fussy cutting but I guess that makes me really weird, lol. Great job!

Karin said...

I have to be in the mood to fussy cut too. That, or I really screwed up coloring outside of the lines...lol! Love the placement of the pigs with the sentiment! Great card :)

Kecia said...

Well, you sure did a perfect job with the fussy cutting. Definitely worth the wait to see this cute card!

Jennifer E. said...

Might be simple and might have taken you a long time, but the results are worth it--I love the stamped and inked background. It really looks like store bought paper!

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