Friday, 1 April 2016

These Boots Are Made For Dancing

Hello.  Welcome.  The first day of April.  Did you have a good day.  Not too many pranks I hope.  So here's my first card for April.  

I used stamps by Unity, papers from Prima and distress inks.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Twofers Challenge #16 - Shoes
Kreativ Scrapping Utfordring 4 - Minst Tre Farger 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
VSC Challenge 42 - Lots of Layers  
Repeat Impressions WIW March Anything Goes Challenge 


  1. Aw, that little boy looks so proud of his boots! Don't kids love dressing up in grown up clothes? Thanks for sharing at twofers

  2. I like how you angled the stamped image to make it look like he's dancing!

  3. OH WOW! Super Cut card and I love how you colored in that stamp! lovely

  4. Such a lovely fun card, so very glad you made it time for us at Twofers. XOXO

  5. What a super fun image Gail and all those layers are perfect for our theme. Many thanks for joining us at Flonz Craft Vintage Stamping Challenges.

    B x

  6. So cute and funny image! Thanks for joining us at Vintage Stamping Challenges, xx.

  7. This is so adorable, Gail, and it brought back happy memories of our son standing in his daddy's shoes!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

  8. This is very cute! That image is adorable! Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  9. You have a knack for matching the perfect focal image with the perfect sentiment, Gail, and this piece is no exception! By the way, did you use an ATC for the boy image? In any case, this one is adorable!

  10. Oh, how cute!! That image is adorable and the sentiment is just perfect! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.


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