Sunday, 3 June 2018


Hello.  Welcome.  This is one of those mythical '10 minute' cards.  I am usually a very slow crafter.  And messy!  A messy crafter who loves CAS!  Hmmmm, the perfect combo me thinks bwahahahahaa.  Anyway, true to form I spotted this stamp and got distracted, but oh, how sweet, and just perfect for a birthday happy........

OK, cut panel using Sizzix Deckle Edge die and edge with Mustard Seed distress ink.  Stamp Stamp Oasis I'm Here with Potting Soil Archival and colour with Promarkers.  Stamp the Stamplorations sentiment with London Fog distress ink and mount panel on a gold base card.  Done!!  Love this happy little chappie!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

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  1. Cute and funny! Thank you for joining Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

  2. Yes he is very cute and perfectly placed to keep the card CAS. Thanks for linking up and joining in with AAA Cards birthday celebrations!

  3. That image is adorable and I love how you kept everything CAS so he can take centre stage.

  4. Aww.. adorable little guy!! Loved him and your colouring!

  5. Such a cutie! Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays Birthday Challenge.

  6. Gail this is so cute ! love how you have coloured him.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. Have a great day x

  7. Super cute! Lovely coloring. I once tried to do a 15 minute card challenge. It was a mistake, I cute myself with scissors more than once! Now I take my time...

  8. Cute! So the question is how long did it truly take you to complete this one?!?! Thanks for sharing with us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge.

    1. Really, it was a 10 minute card. Doesn't happen very often. Gotta love those little miracles. Hugz

  9. What a fun CAS card! Great colouring! Thanks for playing along with our 4th birthday challenge at AAA Cards!


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