Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Life Is Good

can you see the starfish charm?  click to enlarge the photo.
Any day that you can go to the beach and make a sand castle is a good day.  My card for this week's Paper Pretties color challenge PWC160 to use red, yellow orange and a neutral  is made with Paper Pretties "Life is Good - Cooper". 

This is a great summer image for a birthday or note card.  AND it's a good boy's image, most of us can use a few more of them.

I'm sad to announce that this is my last week as a member of the Paper Pretties design team.  It has been a great time for me and I'm very grateful to Rachel for the opportunity to represent her company.  But just because I'm no longer on the design team doesn't mean that you won't be seeing cards with the great Paper Pretties images.  I'll be playing along with you in the challenges so keep stopping by to see what I make with them. 

Here's the deets:
stamp - Paper Pretties "Life Is Good- Cooper"
ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
paper - Memory Box Beach dp (available in the Paper Pretties store); Neenah Classic Crest Natural White cs; MFT "Red Hot" cs; Kraft card base
miscellaneous - copics; mini brads, ribbon; twine; starfish charm, sewing machine; nesties

Here's the challenges:
Paper Pretties PWC160 - colors - red, yellow, orange and a neutral
Crazy For Challenges C4C93 - sketch
My Time To Craft #146 - Yes, Here Comes Summer

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll come back again.  Now go get busy making a card for the Paper Pretties challenge to use red, yellow, orange and a neutral.  You can find all the challenge details, the linkey thingey and the rest of the DT samples by clicking here.


  1. Great image & the papers go perfectly with it! Love the sewing & the starfish charm too!

  2. This is super cute Chris! It has been an absolute pleasure having you on my team! Your cards are incredible!

  3. A beautiful card and a mega cute image. Thanks for joining the MTTC Challenge this week.

    Wendy -x-

  4. The is such a cute image and I love your summer colors!


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