Saturday, 8 April 2017

The Goat To Win

Hello.  Welcome.  I have been meaning to join the challenge at Fashionable Stamping, where they want modes of transport, and I needed a birthday card, cos it's April and the birthdays are coming thick and fast.  Power Poppy have some lovely sketches to choose from and High Hopes want Spring.  So get out your goat cart and lets race!!

Love this High Hopes stamp, Rosie's Ride.  It's so quirky and fun.  I stamped and coloured with distress inks and my water brush and then fussy cut.  I cut a strip of patterned paper and the oval was cut using Sizzix TH Stitched Oval die.  Birthday greeting is from PaperArtsy.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Fashionable Stamping Challenge 121 - Modes of Transport
High Hopes Stamps Challenge - Think Spring
One Crazy Stamper Challenge - Spring
Power Poppy Challenge - Sketch 3
De-Egel April Challenge 31 - Voor Een Kind
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Happy Birthday


  1. Oh this is cute and funny! What a splendid goat cart. Perfect card for a birthday card. Awesome sauce and fantabulous!

  2. Such a fun card! Love the bright hair on Rosie and the goat! Thank you for sharing your fun card in our Think Spring challenge at One Crazy Stamper

  3. This is so fun, love the precious little scene you created.
    Thanks for joining in the fun at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Caryn xxx

  4. Super that you join our March 31 'For a child' Challenge !
    Thanks for your participation and good luck.

    {Challengeblog De Egel}
    {Hobbywinkel De Egel}

  5. Looks like a sweet little spring ride! Thanks so much for joining us at Power Poppy this month!

  6. Leuke en vrolijke kaart. Fijn dat je met de uitdaging van de Egel meedoet. Groetjes, Nelleke DT

  7. hee hee Oh my this is adorable... Very cute birthday card. Thanks for playing in our Power and Spark challenge this month.

  8. Adorable card! Thanks for joining us over at High Hopes Stamps in our Think Spring Challenge!


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