Mar 12, 2014

Happy Birthday Card

Today I am posting a card that I made from an image from Tiddly Inks.  This image is called "Awww Thanks"  but I think it works for just about any occasion.


I made this easel card using paper from a paper stack by My Minds Eye.  I cut the image and label out with Spellbinders dies.  Markers used were: Skin-E11, E21, E00 E000; Jeans-G16, G21; Shirt-YG25, YG23, YG05; Hair-E29, E25, E31, E50
This card is being entered into the Tiddly Inks Challenge 128 -GREEN. Check out their great images!

9 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous creation Jerri! I love using my Tiddly images for different occasions. :D Thanks for playing along with us this challenge! Goodluck!
    ~DT Tabbatha

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    1. Thank you so much for your comments. I appreciate them so much! I love the images too and really just found their site recently but will be getting more of their images and playing along in future challenges for sure!

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  2. Thanks so much for the lovely comment you left at mine x

    This is a wonderful card, you have worked the greens really well. And your paper choices are gorgeous x

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  3. eeeep!! oh my gosh Jerri this is sooooo cute!! I LOVE easel folds, they are just so much fun!
    Thank you so much for playing along with us over on the tiddly inks challenge blog
    hugs Lou xx

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  4. I really like this card, your paper choices are fab with this image. Thanks so much for joining us at Tiddly Inks... Good Luck :)

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  5. Thanks Faye! I appreciate it.

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  6. Thank you Loopyloo! What nice compliments. What a fun group here at Tiddly

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  7. Sooooooooooo adorable. So happy you joined us at Tiddly Inks for our Green Challenge.

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  8. Jerri hunny thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, the card shape is from the silhouette store, the link is directly under my first piccy in the post xxx

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