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I used the sketch from Ribbon Carousel. It was fun to do.

Since it was a challenge combined with Sweet Stamp Shop, I used their stamps. I love how their stamps can be combined to create a scene. One of the things I love to do. The colors were inspired by Lily pad’s Virginia View-such gorgeous colors. Loved the pink and greens in it. This one i have saved, it just has a mix of great colors.

I used Distress Markers to color the squirrel, and the scooter is paper pieced. I stamped it directly on green paper before paper piecing it. I distressed around it. Love those sweet balloons.  Added some photo corners from MFT, added some liquid pearls and white gel for some extra touches. totally love how it turned out. I like how the sentiment is anchored , it is stamped on one of the stamps in this set.  I  A bow completed the card.

The inside has a strip of matching paper and a simple saying Hip Hip Hooray.

Supplies: Papers: My Mind’s Eye, PTI cardstock. Scraps.

Stamps– Sweet Stamp Shop-Furry Friends Forever, Scootin’ By.

Dies -MFT Photo Corners, Quick Klutz-Circles

Miscellaneous: ribbon,  Water brush, distress markers, White Gel Pen, Sakura Glitter Pens, Liquid Pearls, Corner Rounder. Momento Blue and Black.

I am entering it in few challenges

Ribbon Carousel-sketch

Lily pad-awesome colors of the buttons.

Do you stack up-favorite color(Pink and green)

Simon Says Stamp– a bit of green (green card, green scooter, green corners)

Pile It On– Up in the air(clouds, balloons)

Jelly Park-fav thing to do-I love to create scenes and card making

Simon says stamp and show-anything goes

Prairie Fairy– Distress it (main image is distressed and colored with distress Markers)

Thank you for visiting and I appreciate each comment.

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