1 Card 5 Challenges!

Well it’s Mother’s Day here in Melbourne and I ask for some time to get crafty before we went to my MIL’s for lunch.

I have a new stamp set from Colorado Craft Company ‘Snuggles’ that I’ve been wanting to use and was lucky enough to find a number of challenges that I thought the adorable mummy and baby rabbit would fit.

I coloured the mummy and baby rabbit with my Spectrum Noir tri-colour markers and then fussy cut them out. I popped them up on a die cut panel and then added my ribbon behind in a zig zag way (which I love to do as it doesn’t involve tying bows which I’m terrible at!) and I then added them all to a Crumb Cake card base. This sentiment certainly expresses how I’ve always felt about my daughter, Miss K.

Well, thanks for stopping by for a look. Enjoy the rest of the day.

17 thoughts on “1 Card 5 Challenges!”

  1. I love your ribbon treatment, Tristan. Such a sweet card, & the most adorable sentiment EVER! I think I’m going to head off for a look at this stamp company. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week.

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  2. Oh my goodness – did your daughter love it? Tristan, it is absolutely adorable!
    I’m so pleased your shared how you celebrated your daughter at Inspired By this week! Please come again!

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  3. This is a sweet card – I love the way you have used the Ribbon to represent the sketch elements – very clever. Chantell Just Add Ink

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  4. Such a gorgeous card Tristan! Your colouring of the stamped images is fabulous and the sentiment you’ve used is so sweet! I love the way you’ve incorporated the ribbon to represent the sketch! Thanks for playing along this week at Just Add Ink. Rochelle xo

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