Saturday 3 January 2015

Send a Smile 4 Kids - Challenge #93 Valentine/Love Cards for Kids.

This gorgeous little honey bear is a pre coloured image from
I used basic white card stock for my base.
The cute background paper is also from Doodle Pantry
which I distressed.
I framed inked and popped my honey bear added
lots of yellow dots
and finished with the Doodle Pantry sentiment.
For this card I have white card stock as my base
and stamped kraft paper with SU Woodgrain stamp.
Added red card stock.
Punched out hearts that were stamped from SU Punch Potpourri
and Clearly for You.
Coloured the rose from DRS Designs
called Rose Heart and fussy cut and popped.
with Tim Holtz distress pens and added a touch of shimmer
with Wink of Stella pen and a tiny red pearl.
The beautiful heart die is from
Cheery Lynn Celtic Heart
which was given to me for my birthday from a
very special friend.
Added a little sentiment from Gina K Designs.
Hope you can pop over to our blog Here 
with your Valentine/Love cards for Kids.
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 DRS Designs
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Our WORD WEEK at Just us Girls

The LOVELY SHARYN is hosting this weeks
WORD CHALLENGE and your challenge is
to make a card depicting what inspires you about
WINTER where you live and tell us what it is.
'Easy' you may say but it had me
 stumped for a long time.
For me Winter is staying indoors with my little pot belly stove
burning nicely and playing in my craft room.
Now how do I make a card with that in mind?
Since I didn't have  a stamp with a fire place I decided to
go the opposite way and look outside to see what inspired me.
I know Winter is coming on when all the beautiful frangipani's
start losing their leaves and the trees go bare
but my sister in law has the beautiful pink one
that the flowers stay on so that is what I like about Winter in
my part of the world. It is always nice to visit her to see them
flowering in her back yard.

My card is fairly simple with a white card base.
I topped that with the bright yellow of the centre of the
flower. I then stamped the background to my main frangipani
with the frangipani stamp from Darkroom Door in
Spun Sugar Distress Ink.
I attached 2 flowers with a brad in front of the sparkly pink ribbon.
Added a few sequins a little yellow spritzing
and a sentiment from Gina K Designs.

Don't forget to pop over and check out what Winter
means to my other Jugheads and our January Guest Designer
the Super Talented Judy Woodland.

Just like Judy you could be our  Guest Designer for March
by entering our challenges and be chosen
as a CHIC of the WEEK.
Hope to see you over at
I have also added this card to the Design Team Showcase.

PS Wishing you all a 'GUID NEW YEAR'.