Jul 25, 2011

Welcome baby Rhubarb

Quick and easy card for new baby. I used one of the new digital stamps Rhubarbs block from Sweet 'n sassy stamps and the sentiment is from a verve set.


Challenges:
More Is Less ~ Button or ribbon
SplitCoast Stampers ~ CAS128 Tags
The Crazy Challenge ~ Ribbon 
Hooked on Crafts ~ Cute and cuddly
Squigglefly ~ Kraftastic

13 comments :

  1. This is supr cute and perfect for our challenge Ceal

    Thank you so much
    Diva LIM
    "Less is More"

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  2. Ceal your card is adorable. Super cute image and I love the kraft card stock. Thank you for sharing and joining us at Hooked on craft challenges.
    hugs Jackie

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  3. This is super Ceal, the little Ted is a real sweetie!
    Thanks so much for this lovely CAS submission, it's greatly appreciated.
    Chrissie
    Lady LIM
    "Less is More"

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  4. This is sooo cute! Love your coloring. The A on the bottom block combined with the lines in his paws looks like it spells out "DAD".
    Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge.

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  5. Adorable card! Thanks for playing along with Squigglefly's KRAFTASTIC challenge this week!

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  6. Adorable! I love the pink and kraft together!
    smiles,Deena

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  7. What a cute little card you´ve made, it´s adorable! Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge hugs Rebecca

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  8. sweet image, looks great on kraft x

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  9. What a lovely card! I really like the gingham ribbon. Thanks for joining us at Crazy Challenge! Good luck.

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  10. Gorgeous CAS card. Your colouring is dreamy.

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  11. The craft card stock is perfect for this card, beautiful stamping and just love the ribbon.

    Marie

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  12. What a cute card and image! Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge!

    Kath - GD
    "Let's Get Scrappy!"
    http://kmcbhernandez.blogspot.com/

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