Wednesday, 19 February 2014


Good morning, an extra post this week as I'm hanging around keeping the dog out of mischief as Al's man shed is being erected today.
Yesterday was the first day of CASology's latest challenge. I love looking to see what the DT have come up with to go with the week's cue card. This week's is -

Well that could mean lot's of things, I'm amazed by the way peoples minds work and their DT came up with lots of different takes on the word. This is mine:-

I thought of this little guy when I read the word jump, he's from a free Pink Petticoat set from a while back. I used the little fish in the same set for a card a month ago. It's not as original as some of the projects but I like him. I chose the sentiment from the same set, pretty broad in it's interpretation.

I cut a small square from a scrap which I had coloured using Peeled Paint, Squeezed Lemonade, Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress Ink Pads. The little frog was coloured with Copics, 
YG 11, 13, 17, 61, 63, 67, 91, 95.
The square was stuck to an A6 white card with the froggy sitting slightly off the bottom.

I shall of course enter it in the following challenges-
By the way there's plenty of time to enter our CAS challenge over at Cardz4Guyz. They are also looking to increase the DT so if you feel like joining us just put DT after your entry. 

All the best, come back soon.


  1. Brilliant CAS Card love the sweet image. Love Alison xx

  2. This is such a fun card!

    Thank you for joining the challenge with the Creative Card Crew!


  3. Beautiful card Julie. Missed you tonight. Thanks for your order :) See you soon I hope. Jen x

  4. Your inked square is a perfect background for this little guy! Perfect take on the cue card! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

  5. Fabulous CAS design. Love the pun :)
    Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Card Crew!
    ~ Crystal (DT)

  6. fab CAS card!! Thank you for joining us at Creative Card Crew KISS challenge. Irene DT xx


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