Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Legs 11

Hello.   Welcome.  Twofers want Body Parts.  How fun is that.  

I stumbled across these legs leftover from a previous Curious Corrin project.  MFP want purple, so I coloured the legs with purple sharpies and mounted on a marbled purple base card.  The sentiment is a Unity stamp

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Twofers Challenge 18 - Body Parts
MFP Stamps Challenge 17 - Purple
Ett Trykk Trykkkpressa April 2016 - CAS 
Scrappelyst Utfordring for April - Alt er Lov  
Stamplorations CAS Challenge April 


  1. Cute! I just saw some nifty FB photos of people's photos of their shoes. Reminds me of those. Clever! kReN, MFPS DT

  2. Ha, I love it, leftover legs! Such a clever way of using them, and I love the background card you used. Thank you for playing along with the STAMPlorations CAS Challenge. We hope to see you back again soon! Karola, DT, InvisiblePinkCards

  3. How quirky This is fun ...........TFS MFPSS>>>>>>>>>Lis

  4. Don't you just love using Sharpies?! Me, too! Love your purple legs, Gail! No need at all to ground them! hehe

  5. Very creative! Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  6. Very pretty CAS card in purple! Thanks for playing along with us at MFP Stamps Challenge!

  7. Love your purple cas card fabulous legs great for our Body Parts Challenge XOXO

  8. You do cute so. Soooooo well! Love this:))

  9. Yay I see your cuteeee card on the Honorable Mention at Twofers (with me) congrats Gail, I adore the color of your stocking cuuteee...and Cornelia and you choose the same Sentiment cant Imagine both also winner :)
    How are you Gail...
    hugs from Germany
    See this winner post:


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