Jan 9, 2009

Susie Squirrel looking for some shade


This is another card I made with my hubby's image "Susie Squirrel in the rain". On this card I cut her out and adhered her to GP white using dimensionals. I wanted to make a "sunny" card. I drew the grass in the background, should have asked DH to do it, but he was at work when I needed it done.
The large flower was cut out also, and adhered with more dimensionals. I added stickles to the flower center. The barely banana card front was run thru my big kick using a cuttlebug folder. The card base is DVWV textured card stock. The sentinent was punched out using the word window punch and then adhered it to a SU's large oval punch out. Embellishments used are stickles, rhinestones, paper flowers with brads, black gingham ribbon and paper piercing.

I made another card today with the new image DH drew "Susie Squirrel's romantic getaway"
it is in my SCS gallery here if you want to take a peek.

Thanks for stopping by today!

10 comments:

  1. So pretty and I like the colors you used..great job!!

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  2. I like your different take on the same image. The embossing folder you chose for this card is perfect.

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  3. This is darling, and I love how you cut it out,

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  4. Ellie, what a beautiful card!! I love the colouring - I wish Copics were not so expensive - sigh!!

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  5. This is so sweet and adorable! I love it!

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  6. what a darling image your dh drew!!! Love it, and your card tooo!!!!!
    have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. This is an awesomely cute card!!! Welcome to Blogger group #8!

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  8. So cute, both of the Susie cards are adorable!

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  9. OMGosh, Susie is SO cute! Great card

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  10. oh this is so cute very pretty card, sue.x

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