Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Pop it Up

Hi Everyone!

I am here to introduce a new challenge at the fantastic Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

This week's challenge is called: Pop it up
The team is showcasing products from: Lawn Fawn

And this is my take:









http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/

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For my card I used some adorable stamps from Lawn Fawn
Supply list from the Simon says Stamp store:


Lawn-Fawn-CRITTER-CONCERT
SSS Black ink for use with markers
Copic Markers
Ranger's Distress ink
Neenah Solar White cardstock (for the stamped and colored images)
Simon Says Stamp Ultra Thick Cardstock
 (120 lb) (cardbase and die cuts)
Jet Black Archival ink (for watercoloring)
Scotch foam adhesive
Tombow Tape dispenser
Glue Dots


Hope you feel inspired to join us this week! By playing along with the Challenge you have the chance to win 50 usd to spend in the Simon Says Stamp Store - YIPPIE!!!!



Hope to see you there!







You have until Wed  8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in


I also share my cards and watercolors here:  My Instagram and  in my PINTEREST FOLDER

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Have a great day, hugs, Karin 

8 comments:

Marge said...

Such a sweet scene card, Karin! Green dot pattern paper is so pretty!♡

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Karin :-) I love the whole musical theme and pop up band and the sentiment are perfect! Super cute :-)

Hope you have a great week!
luv
Lols x x x

Lin said...

Anything with music always makes me smile, Karin - this set is definitely on my list, says the former flutist!

Lisa Elton said...

CUTENESS!!

Tracy Freeman said...

This made me smile, such an adorable card x

Mandy said...

Gorgeous card Karin! The scene you've created is adorable xxx

ankitag612 said...

Your card is the definition of cute! I love the patterned paper lawn so much :) Your coloring is spot on as always, Karin! xx Ankita

Paper Pawz by Kim Hamilton said...

I love your musical critters! Such a great scene Karin!