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Crackerbox & So Suzy Stamps - Celebrating Frog

Hi Everybody,
I am coming back to my favorite frog from Crackerbox & So Suzy Stamps. 

My stamp supplies:

This card was so easy to make, it doesn't need a tutorial. I die cut the sentiment circle, punched out the background in dark green card stock and added the frog, that I colored with Inktense and fuzzy cut.

What are you celebrating? I am celebrating the start of my new blog - its called Day of the Month Card Club and the current theme is "I want you to be Happy Day". Go and check it out and link up your happy cards from any stamp company. That will make me happy!

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conil said…
How could you NOT love this happy, boozy little guy. Clearly, he's having a lot of fun. And that dark green background really shows him off. Wonderful unisex birthday card.
Anita in France said…
He's certainly partying, Cornelia ... his bold colouring is fabulous against all that delicious white! Hugs, Anita :)
Heidi Weaver said…
Oh Cornelia, that frog is having way too much fun! I think he's left the birthday party and is partying on his own now. Great fun! Great colours. Love the CAS design. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
Created by Kath said…
Your frog sure looks happy! Great card. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges!

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