Sunday, October 2, 2011

Birthday Sundaes Challenge #29

Hi Everyone,
There is a new challenge up on the Birthday Sundaes blog. This week the challenge is to make a birthday card and use ribbons. We are sponsored this week by My Craft Spot. If you have not checked out this store yet now is the time!!! They have that fabulous crinkle ribbon that I have been eyeing and awesome stamps. Love the inside and out concept! And guess what that is the stamp set that is being giving away as a prize this week! Fabulous!!!

This week I went back to my all time favourite theme of princesses and frogs. If you have been following my blog for a while then you have seen a few of these projects from me :) I just thought this frog from the Sweethearts cartridge was too cute!!!
Thanks for stopping by today and don't forget to head on over to the Birthday Sundaes blog to check out the rest of the DT creations as well as our guest designer this week.

Happy Crafting!

A2 size card
Cardstock: White Base- Staples Brand, scraps
Patterned papers: Momenta
Cricut Cut: Sweethearts cartridge cut @ 3"
Sentiment Stamp: Michael's
Ribbon: Offray
Google eyes: stash
White Jelly Roll pen


:: hooliegirl :: said...

How adorable is that frog?! :)

I love everything about your card and that ribbon is divine!

Great job, Tara!


Kimberly said...

Oh this card is so cute with that frog!! :):) I just love it!! :)

Roxy said...

Really cute, I love the bright colours!!!

Kate said...

What a fun card - and such an adorable frog!

Laurie said...

What a cute card!! Love the pattern paper and your bow is perfect!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super cute frog!

Did you see my last email? LOL! SO BAD!

Georgiana said...

Super adorable! Loving those eyes.

Great job,
Carson's Creations

Tracey said...

Cute as those googly eyes! Great card.

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Kimberly said...

Ahhh what a fun cutesy it. tfs

Kristie said...

Adorable!! Your bow looks perfect and the 'stitching' adds a nice pop of interest.