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Saturday, October 31, 2009

This week our hostess for Kraftin' Kimmies Challenge is the lovely Tara. This week, Tara is challenging us to use a tag on our card. I had visions of making a sentiment tag, but as you know, sometimes you can be rolling along with an idea and all of a sudden it does a 360! Lo and behold, what to do next? Well, I kink of liked how my punched and embossed tag act as a foundation for my hand cut and sponged arrow.

The DP is from Basic Grey Eskimo kisses. Cardstock is baby blue and ribbon~Olive Green.



I sure love this sweet Maxwell image! He's going to be available for purchase on Sunday November 1st. I am really pleased with how the leaf turned out. Originally I had a green leaf, but here in canada, it would be rare to see anything but a turned leaf in my neck of the woods.

Make sure you visit the DT today and show them some love! One lucky winner will be randomly chosen from the Challenge players and will win the stamp the Tara features on her blog today.

Make sure you check the rest of the DT's Samples! They're Fabby!

Happy Stamping!

~~~~~Vicki~~~~~

15 comments:

  1. Oh Vicki Maxwell looks so cute! I love this card, hun! I love how you created and ski slop for him to snowboard down that is just brilliant! Love your creative use of a tag too. What a fabulously fun card!
    Hugs,t

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  2. AW!! Vicki, this is just the sweetest!! Kimmie sure has some adorable images!! :) LOVE THAT SNOW!! HUGS

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  3. That ski slope is pure genius, Vicki!! Haha! And the snow...what a perfect card for our little Maxwell! And your leaf is coloured beautifully! Fantastic!

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  4. Love every element here..that image is ADORABLE!!!

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  5. Whoa!!! Stunner card Vicki!! Love the richness & depth of your colouring - it's fantastic!

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  6. Great card Vicki, I love it!! Great way to use the swiss dots folder and Maxwell looks so cute!!

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  7. This is just so cute and charming. I love it!

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  8. So adorable Vicki! Love this!! xx

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  9. Love the multi-layered, embossed scene! It looks great!

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*****Vicki*****