Thursday, 9 March 2017

Wooly Wooly Wowness

Hello.  Welcome.  
It's stamp release day over at Rubber Dance Stamps today!!  I got to play with the new Textured Spring set....

I cut my ATC base, slightly rearranged the cute sheep and gave him some flower stalk legs.   That sweet tiny flower group is also in the Textured Spring set, and the sentiment is from Something Wonderful.  I gave my background a watercolour wash with Mowed Lawn distress ink.

Bibi is offering a fabulous 15% off these new sets until March 12th so hop over to the blog and check out the other amazing stamps and inspiration from the team.  If you are shopping for stamps in the Rubber Dance shop you can get free shipping with my code GTfreeship.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Sheep is joining the fun at
Craft Stamper - Take it Make it Challenge March 
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday - Green
Noor Design March Challenge - Spring 
Addicted to CAS Challenge 106 - Doodle 
Mod Squad Challenge - Song Inspiration I'm going with Mary Had A Little Lamb, which according to the internet does have a musical score in keys of your choice LOL.


  1. Love your lamb - it looks good with legs, poor thing! ;)
    Thank you, darling! ♥

  2. I know that son g well, and as I was reading about how you made your card, I guessed that would be the song. Your card is super cute and so pretty. I hope that you had fun making it for this challenge. Thanks for joining us at the Mod Squad this week. Good luck! Barbara DT member

  3. Gorgeous lamb :) Thanks for submitting your card to the Craft Stamper Magazine Challenge!

    Majo - DT ♥

  4. Happiness is grazing on the flowers! What a happy ATC.

  5. This is a perfect image for the doodle challenge at Addicted to CAS, Iona. I'm so glad you shared your card with us.


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