Paper Hugs and Die Cut Dreams

Saturday, May 30, 2009

I've Got My Eye On You!!!

I am loving this cute little card!! Sometimes I make a card and don't particularly care for it, but this one I do! I am thinking it would be REALLY cute for the little boys!

And of course you know there are details details details!
  • 365 Cards asked for "eye" on a card. They were doing a whole Cutting Cafe week and had fruit - and apple to be specific, so I think most people went with the Apply of my Eye thing. I had this cute little stamp from Unity and in the circle it made me think of the moon!
  • Flourish's Timeless Tuesday challenge was sponging - it gave the planet a lot of depth I think.
  • If The Shoe Fits is really who got this card started. They had an ad inspired challenge that you can see HERE. All I really saw was the black background and outer space elements.
  • Daring Cardmakers asked us to Take 5. Use five of "something" on a card. In my case, it's the five rhinestones on the planet.

I am sure there will be more coming this weekend! I think I have one more for 365 this week...and a few others that I want to get to. Hope to see you back here soon!


Linda said...

What a cute little card!! I like the way you used the embossing.

Keryn Campbell said...

Gorgeous card. My boys would just love that.

Anonymous said...

is the little alien a sticker? OMG.. .this is such a cute card!

-- dalis

BTW. Bianca said you can send her alien card any day now.

Kathy said...

Welcome to The Daring Cardmakers it's great to see you joining in with our dares, your cards are lovely!
Love your little spaceman

Sophie said...

Hi there,
I have this sandy lion set, super cute what you've done. How did you stamp it to have the stiching showing still and is it metalic paper?

Love what you did!

GreetingCardBusiness2u said...

this is a cute card! good work! =)

lesleyworth said...

Adorable! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Shoe!

SueH said...

How fab is this.

The planet looks great especially with the embossing on it….inspired indeed!