Sunday, October 30, 2016


Hi everyone! Playing in two challenges today. First up is the 300th challenge post over at Less is More. Theme is Celebration due to the number of posts!  Second up is the monster theme over at Addicted to CAS.

Monster stamp is from Gerda Steiner Designs, stamped in versafine ink, heat embossed with clear ep and colored with Copics.

I used a square stitched die from MFT to cut it out and layered it with bright green to match.

Celebrate die is from SugarPea Designs. I used picked raspberry distress ink to create the ombre effect.

Tiny dot border stamp on the left is from Simon Says Stamp. I used Fresh Ink in pink lemonade to stamp it three times along the side.

Both the main image and the celebrate are popped up using foam tape.

Thanks for stopping by.


Esther said...

What a fab, fun card! The fresh green and pink go brilliantly together, and it all has such a sweet feel. I love that cute monster, and the ombre sentiment is gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing with us at Less is More :)

Sharon Traynor Designs said...

Such a cutie-pie image Laurie and your choice of colours gives the whole card a really fresh and funky feel. The tiny dot border is gorgeous and the ombré effect on the sentiment is stunning. Thank you so much for sharing this with our 300th celebrations at Less is More xx

Glittered Paws said...

Love Gerda Steiner images - and her monsters are so stinkin cute. Love your sentiment with the ombre colors. Great card.

Susan said...

Oh my gosh, what a cute little card! Your monster is so fun! Thanks for sharing at ATCAS!

Barb Ghig said...

Such a cute card, Laurie! Beautiful Copic coloring and I love your color palette and fun! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

Kathyk said...

This is monstrously good fun, love the card and especially your little monster image


Neets B said...

This has to be the cutest monster ever! Loving the pink and green combo and the ombre effect on the sentiment looks fantastic.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
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