Saturday, 20 July 2013

The Crocodile Ate the Clock

Hi everyone.  Hope you are enjoying the sun and the heat.  If you have it.  I know much of the UK is gently cooking and now it's reached us here in Norway.  Time to go for a dip in the fjord one feels.  Just a quick post for a quick card.  Over at Stampoutique this week Gez wants us to keep it CAS so here's a quick birthday card. 

I made the card from Bazzill Bling, not sure of the colour name, it a yellow.  That bling sure gives the photographic team a challenge!!  I've used DI Mowed Lawn to stamp Stampoutique's Rabbit which I cut out and mounted on sticky pads.  The tick tock is from PaperArtsy SIDD5 set and the happy birthday is a Stamposaurus cling.  I think Rabbit looks a little wild cos he can hear that crocodile a coming.....

Joining the fun at
Stampotique Designers Challenge 109 - CAS
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Green 

Have a fun evening everyone.  Thanks for dropping by.


  1. Beautiful card. Great choice of image. Thank you for joining the Stampotique Designer's challenge. Gez

  2. This is fab Gail, the White Rabbit is perfect with the tick tock sentiment. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stampotique DC. Sue xx

  3. I am such a fan of humor in cards and most other artful projects, so I love the subtle humor (no sign of the crocodile!) in your card! You have definitely kept this "clean and simple" and it works!! Kudos to you!

  4. This is fantastic!!! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!! - Ashli :)

  5. It's clean, it's simple and... it's cute!
    thanks for playing with us at Stampotique Designer challenge :)

  6. Cleaver and Wonderful creation. Thank you for joining us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge. Hope to see you again soon.


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