Sunday, 24 September 2017

Big Red Balloon

Hello.  Welcome.  Another card for CASology's Big challenge. 


I stamped the pennant (NBUS) from Panduro's Kids set.  I thought it looked like a balloon string with dangles.  Then I cut my balloon from red card and embossed the sentiment using a sizzix embossing folder (NBUS I think. I don't remember using it before, but it is pretty ancient.  But now I see it, I am wondering why I haven't used it before!!).  I used Barn Door distress ink to highlight the embossing. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
CASology Week 267 - Big
NBUS Challenge 12 
Stamplorations Summer CAS Challenge
Stamplorations Summer Theme and Sketch Challenge 


7 comments:

  1. How could you do anything BUT celebrate with a fabulous balloon like that? Love it! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  2. Such a pretty card!! Love your big red balloon!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CASology! Anna xo

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  3. Love the embossing on the balloon. So happy you could join in the fun at CASology this week.

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  4. Gail, I love this big balloon! Brilliant! Thanks for joining us again at CASology!

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  5. That e/f is perfect for using on a BIG balloon, Gail! And clever you to use the pennant as part of your balloon string! Love it there!! Thank you so much playing in NBUS #12!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. A lovely CAS card and such a fun design. I love balloons.

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  7. What an adorable card for Darnell's NBUS challenge. I always enjoy your cards at The House That Stamps Built.

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