Monday, November 28, 2011

The Juggler

Here I am with a two for one today, I found a great sketch here on Creative Accents Blog and combined it with the Saturday Penny Black Challenge of Christmas + Red + Embossing. The cardstock I used is Cherry Cobbler and Crumb Cake, my image is Acrocat from the critter line of Penny Black Stamps. The die cut under the image is a Fleur dis lis square from Spellbinders and the flourish is a sizzix die. The embossing folder is from Stampin;up called Petals-a-plenty.
                                   Juggling presents
Thanks for stopping by today and you have two days to do the challenge for November on Creative Accents Blog and until December 2nd to try the challenge at Penny Black Saturday Blog Challenge.
Dreams are the touchstones of our character.
Henry David Thoreau

10 comments:

Lynn's Place said...

Oh My just luvin the kitty...tfs

Gail said...

o wow Barb..i loooove this..the extra touches you did make this an awesome art..tfs..loves ya

Sarah said...

Great Card! I love the embossing and all the pretty die cuts!! Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Accents!

kath said...

adorable card barbara..thanks for joining in the christmas challenge fun at penny black saturday...hugs kath xxx

Tanya S said...

Awwe what an adorable image!Love the embossed background.Must get me those Spellbinder dies,the more I see it the more I like it.Great card hun\1Thanks for playing with us at SCC!

Nancy said...

Cute card, gotta love that cat :)

ms.espresso said...

Very pretty card, I love the embossed background and the flourish on the corner! Thanks for using our sketch and joining November's Creative Accents Challenge :)

Beth said...

Such a sweet card, I love the swirly frame and this cute cat! Thanks for joining us on the Penny Black Saturday Challenge!

Love Beth xx

Pauline C said...

Very cute and func ard Barabara - fab embossing. Thanks for joining in this week's PBSC
Pauline x

Roxy said...

Wow, nice job, Barb, lovin' the embossing and beautiful die cuts! All I want for Christmas is more Spellbinders, haha! Hugs, Roxy.