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Shamrockin' Leonard

>> Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Hi Everyone,

I had so much fun using the new stamps that were released here at DRS Designs, that I couldn't stop stamping.  I made six, yes, six cards this past weekend.  It's been a long time since I've been in a stamping groove like that!  The St. Patrick's Day, Easter and spring stamps were just what I needed to cure the winter blahs :)  Pop on over to the store and check out all the new designs by clicking here.

 I began by stamping Leonard the Pig Billboard and coloring him with my Copic markers.  I used the Open Shamrock on his blank sign and again to make the matching background.  He seemed too plain, so made him a hat, using the one from the Patty Bear.  Doesn't he look like he's ready to march in a parade?!

The bottom of my card was made with the Woven Plaid background stamp and I used the new  
Shamrockin' Day Greeting , that I colored, die cut and layered.   Before that was adhered to the card, I also added a punched border, large brad and a few random sequins.



He's just too cute.  I'm gonna have a hard time parting with this card!

Thanks for stopping by, and you still have time to enter this weeks challenge.  The theme is "White Out".

Hope your day is "rockin"!
Karin

5 comments:

Sue said...

Too funny Karin!! Leonard is now a very Irish pig ;) Love the yellow/orange plaid too!

Janett Ray said...

He is so cute. your colors for the plaid is beautiful. Great fun card.

Shelia said...

Oh Karin, this is just too cute!!! I love Leonard with this hat!! Great coloring & design on this fabulous card!!

Robin Clendenning said...

Hahaha! So cute!! Love Leonard as an Irish pig! Your colors and patterns are great! Love it!

Jennifer E. said...

Sounds like you are on a roll! But these stamps are just too cute, so I can see how making 6 cards could work out rather quickly--your Leonard Pig here is no exception, he's so cute on this card and your layout is fab!

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