Summer hello's to you...

Saturday, August 17, 2019
Happy Saturday and Welcome to Migdalia's Crafts.
During the week, I was able to play with the adorable products that I had won over at C.C. Designs.
I also wanted to join this week's Freshly Made Sketches # 400 challenge

Here is my card.........

I stamped my images on to Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium White Cardstock and colored the images with Spectrum Noir markers. For the base of my card I used Gina Marie Designs-stitched rectangle dies. I made my own changes to each panel so that it would fit the sketch. I used the cloud stencil (C.C. Designs) and the Distress Oxide Squeezed Lemonade Ink (top panel). I am enjoying this idea so much that I cannot wait to use it on my Halloween cards. For the bottom panel of my card, I downloaded a free polka dot digital paper that I found on Pinterest. Once each panel was completed I then use foam tape for some dimension. Next, I used the wink of stella glitter brush for some sparkle. Super cute, right?

I used the following C.C. Designs products:

Have a wonderful weekend my crafty friends!!


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  1. This is such a happy card, M!! I love the sweet ice cream eating dog!! The sun and papers are fabulous!! Love this, my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Absolutely adorable! I love the bright sunny papers and that doggie is too cute!! 💕


  3. Soooooooooo cute! LOVING the puppy!!!!!!!!

  4. This is so sweet. I love the ice cream!! Your card is adorable summer is ending here for us it was 62 the high and drizzly all day
    Thank you for joining the DL.ART Anything Goes AUGUST 2019
    Monthly Linky Challenge. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.


  5. OMGOSH! How CUTE!! I LOVE the yellow clouds, they're so fun and that adorable little doggie holding the ice cream cone is precious!!! SWEET CARD!


  6. Adorable card! Love the cute little puppy!
    Have a great day!

  7. Actually, yes, this IS super cute. And I like how you made the panels fit - I need to remember that technique. So fun and summery.