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Woodblock Wednesday - Just Hoppin

    Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with Woodblock Wednesday from Amy Tsuruta. It's such a good excuse to play with my wonderful wood stamps! I used a lot of them for this simple card!
I first stmaped teh lilipad and masked it. Masked off a strip and bushed it in blue. Stamped the leaping for and fly. I colored them with Copics. Stamped the little frog and cut him out. Stamped the fishes. Added the sentiment.
The stamps are from Stampin' up, Paper Source and All Night Media.
And here are all those wonderful woodblock stamps:
Hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy Stamping!

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Flo said…
Ich fürchte, der Frosch hat sich etwas verschätzt! Das Insekt schint schneller weg zu sein als er es im Sprung einfängt. Pech gehabt, dann muss er noch üben und seinen Hunger anderweitig stillen.
~amy~ said…
I love all the different stamps you used for this amazing design!!!!
Thanks for joining me for Woodblock Wednesday fun!
kareN stampZ said…
That is such a cool frog image and what a fun card
That happy diving froggie is fabulous, Cornelia. What a great composition and take on our leaping frog photo. I love is, as everything you do. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out. Happy Leap day!
Deepti Aggarwal said…
Aww, this is so cute, Cornelia. I really love these cute images and the way you have shown the leaping frog. You have created a beautiful scene. Thank you so much for playing with us at Time Out. Hugsxx Deepti
Greta said…
You stamped such a fun scene and it's perfect for our photo challenge at Time Out!

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