6.29.2020

I Myth you!



Hi friends!

It's Monday, 
even though I rarely know what day of the week it is anymore :)  
The sun is out, school is out, who's counting?!
I do so love the lazy days of summer
with an empty schedule and lots of time to just be.

I took advantage a few weeks ago of the one-day-only flash sale
at Taylored Expressions for this AH-DOR-A-BLE 
Both were offered together for a wonderful sale price - yes, please!
It's so hilarious!
(I actually needed just the Yeti stamp 
so the other stamps are like a bonus!)



For today's card, I'm using the funny unicorn
and adding to a background of multi-colored rubber band stamps.
This is the technique lover's for today at Splitcoaststampers 
and I love Oldies But Goodies!
It's fun to bring back techniques we tried and are now trying again!




The idea to add a stitched cloud came from one of my earlier cards
back in May.
I
I enjoyed making it for spring card camp ~
 and, as they say, if it works!
I paired my unicorn, colored with copics, with ranger distress inks
as I happened to have the colors needed:

Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Mermaid Lagoon.
I used an old acrylic block and borrowed some tinier rubber bands from
my granddaughter, Alice 💜 

The center is cut with an MFT Rounded stitched die
and I left the rest of the card without a back panel because it's already busy!

And that's my mess my card for today!

Thanks for stopping by :)
Big hugs, bigger blessings!
~Kelly

Card entered for consideration to
Crafty Cardmakers - make your own background
Get Creative - Fantasy characters

11 comments:

  1. What a fun and beautiful card! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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  2. Tee hee!! I just LOVE this darling card and such a clever idea with the inks to make a fun background Kelly!! I have this set and really am motivated to use it my friend! TFS!

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  3. Fabulous rubber band technique for your background Kelly, I have to go a try! Love the fun grumpy unicorn too! :D
    Hugs

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  4. Thanks for this rubber band idea, love the outcome and cute card.xx

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  5. Love what you have done with the rubber bands Kelly - and a great choice to use the very tiny/narrow ones - I love the overall look of this card!
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. I'd forgotten about that rubber band technique, but it worked out perfectly with this hilarious image! Love that punny sentiment too! Fun card :)

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  7. Kelly, this is soooo cute! Love how your rubber band technique turned out. I tried it not that long ago with dismal results.

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  8. Just scrolled through your blog Youur work is lovely so bold and clean Thank you foryouur interest and stopping by my blog I am afraid it is not prioriity for me I would muchh rather be making paper and cards I am now a follower of yours Nice to meet you .....Lis

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  9. Fabulous elastic band background and a fun unicorn card Kelly x.

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  10. Hi Kelly, fabulous card and a super bright background, sweet little image too, Kate x

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  11. What a fun card! Thank you for joining in with my challenge at Crafty Cardmakers this time.

    Jackie

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