Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Goat Racing

Hello.  Welcome.  Wanted to use this oh so cute High Hopes stamp to make a fun birthday card.  

I want a purple goat too!!  I decided to try the chalkboard technique for my background and tag.  I used a stamp from Unity SMAK 1/17 with white paint and the sentiment stamp is from Rubber Dance Happy Birthday, with white ink and white embossing powder.  The purple panel was coloured with brusho's and the aperture was cut using Sizzix Stitched Oval die. 

This is High Hopes Rosie's Ride.  I stamped and fussy cut and coloured with distress inks.  Yee haw!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
High Hopes Stamps Challenge - Birthday 
One Crazy Stamper February Challenge - Birthday
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Transport It 
Scrappelyst Grublis for Februar - 3 pa Rad tutorial, medium, dies
Scrappiness Utfordring 2 - Lag Ditt Eget Mønsterpapir
Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge February - AG


  1. Look! Look! It's a goat-cart (similar to a go-cart but not really). Too fun!

  2. Cute card. Thank you for joining us at Scrappelyst.

  3. Such a fun card...brought a lovely smile to my face x

  4. SO cute!! I actually have a pic of my dad & aunt as children in a goat-cart -LOL! I wanted to pop by & thank you for the reminder about CCC - I've signed up and ready to go! Hugs!!! Christi

  5. This is really cute, such a fun card. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

  6. Cute card, love the images and the coloring is great, thanks for sharing with us at One Crazy Stamper
    Leanne DT/OCS

  7. Awesome card..... so adorable!! Thanks for joining us over at High Hopes Stamps!

  8. Love the purple goat! Super cute card! Thank you for sharing it in our challenge at High Hopes Stamps

  9. Supercute card <3, like the pattern in the background. Thank you for participating in our challenge at scrappiness.


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