For Someone Special card – Cardabilities challenge entry

This is the card I made based on the sketch posted on Cardabilities for their current challenge:

Materials:

American Crafts white cardstock base
Kanban English Riviera diecut elements

Adhesives:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro PermaTac
American Crafts This to That foam dots

Tools:

Martha Stewart border/edge punch

If you’d like to see the sketch I used for inspiration or would like to enter your card into the challenge (entries must be linked by March 13th), CLICK HERE.

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Baby Kiwi – Bo Bunny sketch challenge

Baby Kiwi was only in our family for a short period of time, but the kids still talk about her a lot. We miss her dearly. When we got her, Madison was only 3 years old and we didn’t name her right away. In the meantime, Madison kept calling her Baby Kitty which sounded like Baby Kiwi. That’s how she got her name. 😀

I created this layout based on a sketch on the Bo Bunny blog for their sketch challenge:

Materials:

American Crafts white cardstock base
Bo Bunny Pet Shop Words cardstock
BB Pet Shop Cat-Atude cardstock
BB Pet Shop Stripe cardstock
BB Pet Shop Sweater cardstock
BB Pet Shop Spot cardstock
Ranger Distress Inks

Adhesives:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro PermaTac
Scotch Quick Dry Liquid
American Crafts This to That foam dots

Tools:

Martha Stewart Edge/Border punch
Making Memories large and Medium heart punches

To take a look at the sketch I used for this layout or to check out Bo Bunny’s blog, CLICK HERE. TFL!

Best Buddies Layout

For this lo, I used MME’s Lost and Found Collection. This time, I used the Portobello Road range. The base paper is Cowboy from the “Boy” set, and I also used Flannel from the “Buddies” set. I used a couple small pieces off of the “Boy” Glittered Diecut paper to accent as well. The trim, brads, tag and dimensional stickers are all MME. I used a touch of Tattered Angels glimmer glaze, Shimmerz spritz and Color Box ink. Handstitched w/white thread for contrast. I used the sketch by Anam Stubbington provided on MME’s blog for their challenge #19. To take a look or enter, CLICK HERE.