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Cute Monster Card

I really splurged with all those recent sales going on lately and treated myself among some other purchases to some new stamps from Your Next Stamp. They have some really cute stamp sets and I had to have their Monster birthday set.....and it arrived just in time to get a card in for their current challenge. I went with the sketch (see below), but there is also a color challenge. I just could not see myself making a monster in pink, powder blue, grey and green..... besides that I need yet another birthday card for a little boy.


I colored that cute little monster with pencils, fuzzy cut it and adhered it with foam tape. Her is another view of this card. The background paper is rainbow paper from Germany. Sadly you can't buy this in the US. 




I am also linking my card with Seize the Birthday - Anything Birthday
and with Simon Says Wednesday challenge - something new (brand new stamp set)

Your next Stamp Sketch:

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See ya tomorrow and happy stamping!

Comments

Rahmat said…
For a moment till I read your post, I thought it was sponging....but it is very striking card, just love the colors..perfect for a little boy!

Hullo there Cornelia,
A great creative space today! Just love this crazy critter card .. or reminds me of them!! we had them when children wee animals called crazy critters out of cornflakes :D

Thanks so much for popping over :D
Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – my personal blog}
Larisa said…
Delightful image and card .
Kristie Goulet said…
I LOVE your inking and this adorable monster! PERFECTION!!!!
Anita in France said…
Hahaha ... this little monster just had me laughing out loud, Cornelia ... he's brilliant ... and so wonderfully coloured! Anita :)
This is awesome! Love the fun colors! Thank you so much for playing along with our YNS challenge!
Monika Reeck said…
yeah that monster is so so cuuteee
lovely set you have bought and great for boys card..I knew that rainbow paper its 2 kinds Dicker oder thinner...and combo with black white sentiment make your rainbow paper looks pop up..I never seen you again on my blog..hope I did not make any mistake my friend...hehe :) I miss your encouragement...you are one of a talented card maker I have ever seen from Blogland...maybe you are the first one from USA :)
What a colorful card, so vibrant! The monster looks great in the colors you chose. Thanks so much for playing along with us at YNS - glad your supplies arrived in time to play with us :>)
Kim Heggins said…
Yes your monster is just too cute. Love the bright colors, so fun and so perfect for anyone's birthday.
Peanut said…
LOVE this! Oh so cute. The bright colour is so very striking and perfect for the little monster!
hugs, Asha
Nancy said…
Love that paper what a shame that you can't get it in the U. S. And your monster looks great too!! Thanks for all your entries this time around at Seize the Birthday... We appreciate it!
Colleen said…
Oh that monster is fantastic...you create great kid cards! thank you for sharing it at Seize the Birthday!
jenn shurkus said…
i was going to ask how you did that background! beautiful :) and a perfect boy card!! Thank you for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp!
Glenda J said…
This put a huge smile on my face, love it! Great colours. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday!

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