Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Hey all! We actually had a beeaaauuutttiiifffuuulll day today! And I was out with my fur baby for most of it. Pure happiness!

Ok, so there is no way I can segway into my card. (You'll see why!) I'm entering this in the Sweet Sunday Sketch challenge #163.

and the inside:

Here is the sketch:

I'm so loving this stamp set by Totally Stampalicious! Gus is awesome! I embossed him in black EP from Inkadinkado (sorry, it looks like he's outlined in gray) and colored him with Marvy Uchida markers. DP is from LYB - Generation Z. I used an embossing folder from Cuttlebug on the kraft paper (Recollections). Both of the ribbon are from May Arts; the inner tube is a sticker from Jolee's Boutique. I'm not sure where the tag is from that I stamped 'Mantastic' on.

I'm sending this to my brother for his birthday next week. He'll be wanting to kick my butt! LOL! Too bad he lives 800 miles away! Hahahaha!

Have a great evening and thanks for stopping by!

Chris ☺


Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so funny! Love this image and the great card design, he is going to love it

Ginger said...

This is super cute! I love it!!! Great job! By the way, My friend gave me the stamp so I do not know where she came from. I will try to find out for you! I decided to follow your blog. By the way, I am offering blog candy on my blog.

Jingle said...

Very cute card!

wendyp said...

that image and sentiment crack me up! Super cute!!!

Lynn Mercurio said...

BWAHAHA what a fun card and a h i l a r i o u s image! Great job with this sassy project.

Audrey Pettit said...

Girl, look at this body!......I work out! LOL
You've got me singing and totally smiling over this adorable card! Gus is just tooo cute and I love the design with the embossing. That meshy May Arts trim is absolutely perfect, as is the life preserver. Genius and funny!

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