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Today you are YOU!

Hi Everyone,

I am playing with my YNS stamps in their current challenge. I just went with the sketch - see below.



I just love their fun stamps and that Dr. Suess sentiment is one of my favorites.
the card is pretty simple. I die cut the papers with a Simon Says die. Stamped the Zevras and fuzzy cut them and colored on with Copics. The pink one got some foam tape. 


Here is that sketch:

YNSSketch37

Happy Stamping!

Comments

Suchi said…
Beyond adorable! LOVEEE that sentiment! :)
Suchi xx
Flo said…
Das Zebra ist herrlich.
Die ganze Karte ist herrlich.
Liebe Grüße
*Vicki* said…
Now how stinkin CUTE is this!! I adore this quote! :)
Mac Mable said…
The cutest of card, brought a warm smile to my face x Love the sentiment x
papierelle said…
Yeah!! Total cool!!
LG Gundi
conil said…
This has to be a sure winner...I'm in love with that sentiment and this darling zebra...who would love this card???
Karren said…
OMG This is the most fun card! Fabulous!
Manuela said…
wie lustig, super Karte :-))
Kim Heggins said…
Absolutely adorable....just love your fabulous card!
Anita in France said…
Oh my, how brilliant, Cornelia ... your little pink zebra just had me smiling ALL over my face! So fun, so clever ... and one of my fave quotes too! Adorable! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
yayyy cute cute cute
love the pink black and white
again for me a winner card
you are so clever miss Lady
hugs
Monika
cm said…
*Nobody alive that's youer than you*...gotta love that! Your card's a smile-maker!!
Hugs~c

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