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Saturday, 3 August 2013

Inkspirational Challenge #31

Hello again, I know, 2 posts in one day!!

I have named today 'Sunshine Saturday' as both my cards today feature the sun plus I am celebrating my first day as a a member of the DT at Addicted to CAS! Just scroll down to this my card for this challenge.

This post is for our 'Anything Goes' challenge at Inkspirational.  You still have until Tuesday 6pm CMT to play along and be in for a chance to win a $12 gift voucher from A Day for Daises.

Here is my sunshine card:


I had a lot of fun making this card. I used the 'Weather Through' stamp set from Fresh Squeezed Stamps and used a variety of different orange and yellow inks to stamp the sun rays. If you look closely you will see that 3 of the rays are actually heat embossed using the orange embossing powder I used on my card earlier today.
This card is sitting on our mantel piece and it really makes me smile when I walk in the room! I just love all the vibrant colours-perhaps I should just keep it and pull it out on those days when I need a reminder that all is not so bad!

I hope you join in the fun at Inkspirational and please do pop over to the blog to see what the rest of the DT have made this week to inspire you.

Happy stamping and enjoy 'Sunshine Saturday!!'

6 comments:

  1. What a fabulous bright and sparkly card, Sandie. Love it!

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  2. This is pure happiness on a card! Love this card!
    hugs,

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  3. Sweet!!! Your card is pure sunshine ... love the vibrant colors and the shine from the embossed panels. Love it! Loll xx

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  4. This is AWESOME, Sandie! LOVE the fun image! It's gorgeous! :) HUGS and have a great week!

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  5. Yes, it would cheer anyone up to see this card on their mantelpiece. Fab design and colours. Marina

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  6. So bold, vibrant and just full of happiness and sunny cheer! You should keep this out on display ALWAYS in my view! It's far too lovely to hide away! Fabulous work Sandie! Ruth x

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