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Thursday, June 3, 2010

"Always Friends"

Hello everyone!  It sure has been a little bit since I have posted a recent card that I have made.  I was feeling pretty crafty this morning as I wanted to use my new Hero Arts stamps that I got in the mail a few days ago.  They are not new for Hero Arts, just me!  I really like them had to have them.  I loved the monkeys that came with this set and thought what a great friends card I can make with them.  Of course I used scraps that I have had from other projects. I wanted the illusion that the monkeys were climbing through the trees.  You all know I love color, so I am sure there was no surprise when I chose the lime green, bright orange, and canary yellow.  There was no doubt in my mind for this idea, just how it was going to turn out and I must say 'I love it.'  I hope you all enjoy this fun card as well and be inspired.  Take care.








Brown Cardstock
Yellow Cardstock
Orange Cardstock
Green/White Pattern Paper
Hero Arts Monkeys Stamps
Hero Arts Sentiment
Blender Pen
Chestnut Ink

9 comments:

gabyangel

This is so "Stinkin' Sweet" !!!!

Mariam Satchell

I LOVE the distressing! and the colors!

gabyangel

LOL, that makes two of us...about being the making up words Queen in the family... now just imagine with my Spanish background, it gets better, hahaha

Linda

Cute card Beth, congrats on being accepted as a designer. Cant wait to see what you make.

Mad Crafter

Beth, these are so cute:) I love the paper and of course the monkeys!
~Madison

Nicole

Awe we both made Monkeys! I'm your newest follower and congrats on being on Shelley's DT!!!! She's AMAZING!

I seem to chalk everything. I got my chalk from Stampin Up. I usually use it to shade and make depth to my card. Often to create highlights and make my images pop.

Shelley

This IS stinkin' cute! Monkeys make me smile. Maybe because I raised 4 sons and they are so similar to monkeys? :)
Shelley

Beth

Thank you for all the sweet comments, I love them! Gaby...we just might have to come up with some new words. Nicole...thank you so much for the info on the chalk and I just realized we both used monkeys. Shelley...I agree with you there, boys are similar to monkeys for sure (wow 4 boys, you should be mom of the year. My sister has 4 girls and I think my brother-n-law feels he should be father of the year..haha).

Rhonda Emery

your cards are so cute I posted your blog button on my blog and became a follower




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