I think these guys are ready for some summer fun!

I love Georgia’s use of such vibrant colors, so befitting of sunshine and cool water. The background paper with fun little sand-dollars for the bottom and polka dots for the top are just “beachy keen”! I certainly hope they’ve packed their sunscreen because those are some mighty pale legs they’re sportin’. :)

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1054-M The Parents



Pixie Poppy sure is having a good time sprinkling flowers with her fairy dust. Marianne created this cute card using hot pink cardstock. I like the way she carried the aqua blue into the frame. She used a Martha Stewart punch for the edge and topped it off with a corduroy button from Stampin’ Up. She wasn’t sure of the flower stamp manufacturer but my goodness that must be a big stamp!

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1153-G Pixie Poppy
7045-E Mushrooms



Georgia says sometimes she thinks she’s paddling upstream… and if she keeps going, she’ll get there…wherever there may be.

This card is so vibrant with the orange background against the teal blue water. I love how she picked those up when coloring as well. Looks like she tore the paper for the water and layered the stamp in between. Very clever and oh so cute!

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1158-J Paddling in the canoe



What a perfect card for a little boy. I think both the doggie and the little boy are enjoying their time together.

Georgia used a bit of layering for this one. The doggie background paper is just a perfect find. Then she used brown gingham tied off with the polka dot ribbon and a big brown button to top it all off. Great job Georgia!

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1138-M Grooming (MMM-boy with dog)



Some years “another birthday” does feel just like this. Georgia created the screen and stamped Katie kitty hangin’ on. Love the use of the background texture, black framing and the silver buttons

This “activity” is actually what inspired the original drawing. There really was a Katie kitty and if I wasn’t paying attention and she wanted in I would sometimes find her half way up the screen door!


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2042-M Katie kitty wants in!



Georgia created this cute card using the saluting kids from Maple Lane. She stamped them on white cardstock and then colored them in adding shadows and details. I love her use of primary colors and the fact that she mimicked the polka dots of the red ribbon in the shirts and leggings of the girls.

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1160-S For the Brave (scene)

For the Brave t-shirt



Judy created this cute little card using Veronica and her butterflies. She started with aqua colored cardstock, drew the scallop border on both the yellow and butterfly papers and cut them out with scissors. Same for the scalloped edge circle (she’s so good with her scissors). :) Veronica was stamped and colored with Copics. The grass and accents were added with a watercolor pencil. Very cute Judy!

And remember if you’re patient and quiet and very still the butterflies might just visit you too.

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1025-I Veronica and her butterflies


Crafty Math Chick says she just loves this image! I do too. :)

I don’t know how she did it but she found the perfect embellishments – the pawprint brads and the background paper, “Fido”, “Spike”, “Princess”, “Spot”… too cute! I love all the layers and her touch of a shadow under and around the stamped image. Great coloring job. Two paws up for sure!

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1063-I Felicia and Sparky

Ink: Palette Noir
Paper: DP from DCWV Pet Stack, Ridinghood Red, So Saffron, Bashful Blue (Stampin’ Up!), main panel: Gina K. Luxury Cardstock
Other: paw print brads, ridinghood red striped ribbon (Stampin’ Up!), Marvy Uchida Mega circle punch, Copic Markers, pop-its



Thao found some Martha Stewart flower embellishment stickers that were just perfect! She stamped Fairy Blossom and colored her in using Copic markers. She added a little shimmer to her wings – I think that’s a must for fairies, don’t you. :) She then stuck on the flowers so that it seemed like they were just too fragrant for Fairy Blossom to resist. Absolutely lovely.

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1157-E Fairy Blossom



Judy created this card using Edna –  we never know what she’s yelling at, only that she always seems to always be yelling at something or someone (Edna that is, certainly not Judy). :)

She started off by layering coordinating dot paper on top of the pink cardstock. She stamped Edna and colored her in with Copic markers (Judy says they have become her favorite). She drew the flowers on her dress. She says you could certainly add a sentiment but for her the hands on the hips said it all. :)

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1009-E Edna Wedgewurt yells


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