Monday, January 18, 2010

I like hugs, and I like kisses, but what I really like...

Is help with the dishes!
Cupcake Craft Challenges had this sketch today.
I used one of Shirley's 2 Girls digi-stamps and sentiments. My husband laughed at this one, because he did the dishes tonight!
I colored he with my copics and layered her with a variety of new paper and embellished her with some Basic Grey brads.
MWAHH! Hope you are having a GREAT week...

If you are an animal fan and would love to help animals from the comfort of your desk... and for FREE, could you click on the horse photo on my side bar. It will take you to an older post on my blog that will tell you how... Thank you!!!

9 comments:

  1. This is such a cute card!!! wonderful work Kristen!!!

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  2. Oh Kristen.. I love it. I am on my way to CHA tomorrow morning, I will be gone a week. My friend I am staying with doesn't have internet so I will really be playing catch up when I get back. Thank you for always leaving me just a sweet post..

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  3. Great image - but I totally love the sentiment! Great take on the sketch!

    Thanks for playing with Cupcake Craft this week.
    Hugs,
    Kathrin aka Kruemel

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  4. A gorgeous card and a great take on our sketch. Thanks for joining us at CCC.

    Liza x

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  5. Love your card! You did a great job with Zola! She's too fun. Congrats on winning the challenge! We're have a wonderful Blog Hop on Thursday! The prizes are wonderful!! Hope you can join us!

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  6. LOL!! This images makes me smile!! I love it!! Beautiful coloring girl!! HUGS

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  7. So cute! The sentiment is fab!

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  8. What a fun card. The image is adorable and the papers are perfect. Glad you enjoyed using Kathrin's sketch. Thanks for joining us at cupcake craft challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x

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  9. Fantastic take on this weeks sketch challenge Kristen! Thanks for joining in the fun at Cupcake this week :) Donna x

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