Tuesday, 1 November 2016

To There and Back Again

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Hello.  Welcome.  A new month.  A whole new slew of challenges.  Over at Rubber Dance Stamps we are going with bright colours and an optional birthday theme.  Bibi will be 50 at the start of December so we are sending her handmade cards, digital style.  Just create and link up and you could win some lovely Rubber Dance stamps.  And cos it's a special occasion Bibi will be giving TWO prizes this month.   Let's party........

Here's the happy fun birthday card I made to help kick off the celebration.  This lady is from Happy Dancing.  This is the very first stamp set I got from Rubber Dance.  She is just so cool.  I also used stamps from Happy Birthday and Beautiful Words.  I cut my panel with Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangle die and stamped with purple Color Box archival dye ink.  I used a pink sharpie to add colour to my image and mounted the panel on a pink card base.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hop over to the Rubber Dance blog to check out the other lovely makes from the team and to link your own creation.  Hope to see you there.  Hugz

Don't forget you can get free shipping with my code GT-FreeShip at Rubber Dance

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
MFP Stamps Challenge 44 - AG 
Scrappegarasjen Utfordring 29 -Norsk Design
Cards Und More Challenge #5 - AG


  1. Wow, great card, Gail and I agree that image is soooo cool, Jo x

  2. Adorable card! Such a sweet and fun image!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


  3. What a fun card! The colors really make it pop! Thanks for joining us at MFP Stamps Challenge!

  4. This is cool.Thank you for playing with us at Cards Und More Shopblog.


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