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Monday, March 15, 2010


Happy Monday Morning (wink) - can Monday mornings really be happy?!? LOL  This past weekend was SUPER busy, plus we lost an hr. due to daylight savings and it rained from Fri. afternoon on.  Blah!  But, now it's a new week, and even though our trek to the bus stop will once again be in the dark, the week is open to possibility and hopefully productivity on my part!

Ok, sorry for so much rambling, now onto the fun!  Monday morning means a new sketch challenge over at CRITTER SKETCH CHALLENGE BLOG  This week's sketch, provided by our very own blog founder and facilitator, Melanie, is SO MUCH fun!!  I had a WONDERFUL time using this sketch.  I used this wonderful image and sentiment from SEW MANY CARDS  I colored Fawn the fish with copics, cut out using nesties and did the balloon with stickles.  CS is SU crushed curry, taken with teal and chocolate chip.  Images and sentiment printed on GP white 110.  Sentient colored with atyou spicas, cut with nesties and then daubed with SU bermuda bay.  DP is SU from new paper stack in Occasions mini catalog.  Ribbon is from Michael's.  Pearls are Martha Stewart (also from Michael's).  Thanks for looking.  Make sure you head over to CRITTER SKETCH CHALLENGE BLOG and enter the challenge!  Looking forward to seeing your projects:)


Angelwood said...

So sweet, Audrey. Love how you have the balloon popping out of your card. Great job! hugs, Angela

coldwaters2 said...

Lovely card Audrey I love all the SMC images they are so cute and you have made one great card with Fawn.

Lorraine x

April said...

Okay...get this...I used the SAME DP but in the opposite colors for this weeks challenge...hmmm...great minds think alike I think!

Lisa Somerville said...

Such a cute birthday card, love the colors in your DP, great use of this weeks sketch.

Jacquie said...

I love that image and sentiment, so funny. Great card :)

Cindy N. said...

Your card is really beautiful. Love everything about it. Nice work.