Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Aw nuts!

Hello crafty friends! Just popping in with a quick card to share. Well, it should have been quick, but every time I started working on it, life interrupted. I started this on Sunday, slowly working on it until last night, when I finally finished it. Ugh!


 Here's the inside:


Yet another sort of CAS card. I know, right?! What's wrong with me? Where are all my beloved layers! All the white space was again freaking me out, so I stamped a music score stamp in VersaMark to break it up some. It's very subtle. You card barely see it in the photo, which is, of course, what I totally meant to do. ☺

I'm entering this (at the last minute. Again.) at Taylored Expressions Share Joy challenge #48. So, I'd best go and enter it. LOL! Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!




Supplies: Taylored Expressions - Party Grumplings; Stampendous - Music Score
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; VersaMark
DP: scraps
CS: Taylored Expressions; Crafter's Companion
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; SB- Edgeabilities - Mix & Match Classic Edges, Deckled Rectangles Nesties; Prisma Color pencils; K&Co. - cupcake sticker
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares; Scotch - scrapbooker's glue

4 comments:

  1. Very funny card and loving that grumpy critter image. Yep can just see the music score on the background x

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  2. Your little grumpy critters and sentiment make me smile! He is adorable, and your coloring is awesome. I particularly love the texture you got on his fur!

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  3. I hope working with snarky Grumplings helped when life got in the way! This is a fun card! Let your CAS flag fly... :D

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  4. What a fun card, great sentiment along with that cute grumpy critter. fab. job.

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