Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Put Your Party Hat On


I'm playing along with a couple of challenges today.  First up is this fabulous inspiration photo from Time Out.  It's pretty obvious how it inspired me:


And second is another fab photo inspiration, this time from Just Us Girls:


The party hat is from Tim Holtz and the remainder of the sentiment is from STAMPlorations Sentiment Builders: Celebrate.

13 comments:

  1. So cute! You rocked the pic :-)

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  2. Great job! I love your party hat! Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls!

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  3. Such a fun, happy card!! Love the stamping effects and the way you picked up the design elements from our Time Out photo - thanks so much for playing along :)

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  4. Well, what can I say except...I LOVE this card, Shirley! That grungy stenciled (I'm guessing) background is just beautiful!

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  5. Oh, oops...I forgot to add -- thanks for joining us at Time Out! Great take on the photo inspiration!

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  6. Fab card. Love how you went from tepee to party hat

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  7. wow this background is just fab Shirley, nit sure how you did it but it looks great. And so pleased you joined us at TIME OUT x

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  8. Super fun birthday card, Shirley! That hat totally rocks and using it for these challenges was brilliant!! Great background too, and 'individual' sentiments...love it! Bev

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  9. Love the hat and the embossing folder technique (my favorite).

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  10. Oooh, clever, Shirley ... that party hat is brilliant ... looks perfect against the cool chevron stencilled/ef inked/stamped background! Anita :)

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  11. Oh so amazing :) love the BG and the focal image, it nails the challenge !

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  12. What a fun card! I love to seeing what you come up with for challenges!! Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls!

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  13. Congrats on getting HM at Time Out challenges Shirley-well deserved, this is a fab card xx

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