Thursday, 21 June 2018

Seize The Birthday - No Topping


It's time for a new challenge at Seize the Birthday, and this time there's no topping, so you can join in with any birthday-themed creation.

I got this Banksy-inspired Ghetto Rat (Bee Crafty) at the Port Sunlight show, and this is its first outing.  The sentiment is from Swedish House and the background stamps are from Dina Wakley.

Pop on over to the Seize The Birthday blog for some more fabulous inspiration from the design team, and from our surprise party guest, SonjaK, and play along with us.

13 comments:

  1. Love it! Cool dude guinea pig! Jo x

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  2. Fun card Shirley. I like the stamped background.

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  3. Love your grunge framing and cool rat! A birthday card for a cool cat! TFS Shirley. Hugs..

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  4. Love it Shirley! That background looks great too! Well done...but that seems to be the norm with you! ;)

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  5. I love what you did with this stamp set. I don't think I would have had a clue to display him so well. Great background with the image too. Love black and white and a pop of color.

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  6. Super cool card, Shirley! You background is amazing!

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  7. That medallion man rat is a riot, Shirley ... so cool with his ghetto blaster ... and fabulous with that collage-y background! Hugs, Anita :)

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  8. I didn't realize it was a rat - just that its funky look made me laugh! Loving that grunge background - looks absolutely fabulous!

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  9. What a unique and fun card with that "Ghetto Rat" image! Love the grunge background too!

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  10. Awesome image! Perfect with your bg too

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  11. Such a fun card! I totally love the combination of urban graffiti style with the script greeting. Thank you so much for having me as your Surprise Guest at Seize the Birthday for the last few weeks!

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  12. Really great! Love the CAS design and the red sentiment is a perfect pop of colour. Super fun image too.

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  13. Now that's one cool rat! Love the monochromatic touch.

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