Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Thank you portrait

Happy Wednesday!

I did it again, made a card with no stamping!!! Just stickers, great papers and a few embellishments! I should do this more often, makes for some fun and quick cards to add to the stash!
I would like to share today's card at:
Paper Sundaes - anything goes

Weather update - I am happy to report that most of our snow and ice have now melted thanks to the fact that the temp rose above zero yesterday afternoon. I am going to make another attempt to visit Marathon next week - this time I will cross my fingers and my toes - this week was the third time we had to cancel!!!

A comedy break - does anybody remember Kindergarten Cop? Well, my boys watched it on their snow day Monday - I'm pretty sure that Doodlepants' fave part was when the little boy in kindergarten puts his hand up when the guest arrives in the classroom and says "Boys have a penis. Girls have a vagina!" and is rewarded with fits of giggles from his classmates. Well, there were lots of giggles at our house too - I had forgotten about that part!

Take care,
Shanna :)

what I used:
papers: Bo Bunny ETC. (I believe there are still a few sheets of this fab stuff at DAT'S)


  1. Great card. Is this a Cricut cut? Woo Hoo. I'm going to convert you yet! Lee-Ann :)

  2. I like this card. I've been telling myself to do something with a sillouette and I never do. . My creations go in a different direction. Thanks for sharing your talents.

  3. Wow, you've been posting some cracking makes! This is super stylish and I really like the one underneath too. xx

  4. stunning card Shanna, love the silhouette and the die cuts, it certainly doesn't look like a quick make!

  5. Another great card! That BoBunny Ect. Line is fabulous, I love how the layers of die-cuts add to the feel of the card.

  6. Love this card. The simplicity yet elegance is amazing.

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  8. great no stamp card!!!! :)
    thanks for playing with us at ABC Challenge


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