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Friday, September 27, 2013

Create with TLC: Age doesn't matter...unless you are cheese (or wine)


Happy Friday!  It is gorgeous here today with the sun shining.  Too bad I have to be cooped up in an office. (Thank God for my job!) 

I don't have a lot to chat about today.  Just itching for the weekend to come.  I have so many projects and stuff I want to do.  So today I will just share another card that I made, but this time I used a rubber stamp instead of a digi.  I haven't whipped out my rubber stamps in a while.  My friend Michelle J. loves House Mouse stamps and she has probably all of them just about.  Well, this little guy was a perfect match to a sentiment from Create with TLC so I had to borrow him.

Here's my creation...

Age doesn't matter
I started with my usual 6x6 cardstock base and layered on some red dp.  I cut my image and sentiment out using Spellbinder's diecuts (Wonky rectangle and Labels 14).  I cut the Labels 14 in half so that I could stick the sentiment and mat out of the top of the birthday dp.  I colored my image using Copics and added some glassy gel pen over the cheese wrapper to give it a waxy look.  I love cheese and crackers.  It is truly one of my favorite snacks. :-)

Well, that is all for me today.  Have a safe and fun weekend!

Thanks for looking and commenting!

Ladybug Crafts Challenge:  Anything Goes
Seize the Birthday:  anythign Birthday theme with optional "toppings"

Now get to creating...

Remember:  There are no mistakes in cardmaking, only opportunities for creativity!


  1. Love that image - which is perfect with the sentiment. Your card is wonderful with the image hanging over the edge.

  2. Super sweet image and I love the sentiment! Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

  3. How cute!!! Love the beautiful HM image and amazing created sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday. Look forward to seeing you again.


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Sue Nelson and I

Sue Nelson and I
2009 Rubber Stamp Convention