Dec 15, 2009

It's a birthday theme

Happy Tuesday!! Hope you're having a fantastic day. It is very cold here in Illinois so I am happy to be able to stay in this morning!

Today's card is for this week's digital tuesday challenge. Maria chose the theme "Happy Birthday" for us. Make a Birthday something. It was so nice to make a non-christmas card for a change!

My digital image is from "Cuddly Buddly" And it is actually a freebie. I knew I wanted to use this image right away when I saw it. I made it for my kids to give to their dad on his birthday.
I colored it using copics. The elefants ears were popped up with dimensionals.

All papers are from stampin up, the sentiment too.
I have a super busy day ahead of me, so that's it for today.

I hope you stay warm whereever you are and maybe you'll find some time to join us with the challenge for a chance to win some goodies from Ildi Co. - our sponsor of the week.

9 comments:

  1. This is such a fun happy card Ellie! love the popped ears!!!
    Blessings, Maria

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  2. Oh Ellie I saw this in the DT selection and it is a stunner the colours I love and that image is totally awesome.

    Hugs and happy holidays
    Lorraine x

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  3. oh this is such a cute image so love it wonderful detail too hugs cheryl xxxx

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  4. I love elephants and your use of them on the card good job .

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  5. Such a fabulous card Ellie. Love the image you've used and the fab colouring also. Hugs Michele x

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  6. OMGoodness this is so cute! Love the coloring it really pops off the paper! TFS

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