Challenges, Challenges, Everywhere!

Okay…I’m on the ball today!  Three posts?!?!  I think this might just be a record for me!

I made this cute little guy for some more challenges tonight.  I used the Crafter’s Companion stamp, Burt & Anthony – Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella on Kraft paper instead of white paper.  It was really different coloring on it, but I LOVE the way it came out!!  I covered the raindrops and umbrella with glossy accents to make it look wet (it looks awesome in person!)  A few buttons tied in twine, and some flowery lace complete the card.  I hope you like it!!

I’m entering this card in the following challenges:

Pumpkin Spice – A card using something blue, something round, and at least three layers.

Crafter’s Companion Challenge Blog – May challenge, use flowers.

Crafty Steals – A project using something Kraft.

Have a spiffy night!!!!

Amy England

Creator of the Scrap This Save That blog and Youtube channel and curator of a ridiculous amount of paper crafting supplies!

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8 Comments

  1. An'Jenic G. says:

    Love the frog the more you color Burt and Anthony!

  2. JLJ Designs says:

    Sweet card! I love the coloring on Kraft. You may want to check out this post jljdesignscraftingblog.blogspot.com/2012/05/baby-humphrey-and-new-winner-of.html

    Jen

  3. CRAZY4 CHRIST says:

    LOVE IT!!!! great job with the colouring!!
    Kristan

  4. Saundra says:

    How cute! I love the image! Thanks for joining us at Pumpkin Spice!

  5. Dawnll says:

    Love how Burt and Anthony turned out, this is such a cute design
    So glad you could share with us at
    Crafters Companion Challenge

  6. MadeByKarla says:

    Burt and Anthony look great on kraft! It turned out great!

  7. Stacy H-W says:

    I love how inspired everyone has been by last month's Guest Designer and her tutorial on stamping on Kraft!! Love your card too!! Totally fun and cute. Thanks for joining in the May Flower challenge at Crafter's Companion USA Challenge Blog.

  8. AmyT says:

    Super adorable. Thanks for joining us at Crafter's Companion Challenge blog.

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