Tuesday, July 27, 2010

New Challenge at KAH-wink-E-dink!

Hey there everyone! Happy Tuesday! I hope you are all enjoying a magnificent day and that you are ready to cool off with a fab new challenge from KAH-wink-E-dink! This weeks KWED challenge theme is 'Anything Goes - as long as it's COOL!' And while I'm talking about COOL STUFF...this weeks challenge has a super awesome sponsor too!  This weeks challenge is being sponsored by Kiki-Art!

For this weeks card I decided to go LARGE and take a chance! This card featuring KWED's Ice Pop digi, is my first try at making an OVERSIZED Easel Card! The card is 5.5 by 7 and is so heavy that I used a series of several heavy copper jewelery findings to use as a 'stop' for the easel front! I hope you like my card!


This card is apropro for and may have been entered into the following challenges:

24 comments:

  1. this is a great card! I love the image and sentiment! Thanks for playing this week at AiFactory and also for taking part in the challenge sponsored by Kiki-Art
    --Tammy DT AiFactory & Kiki-Art

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  2. Very adorable hun. Thank you so much for entering this in our challenge at Digi Doodle Shop's Best.

    Hugs
    Judy

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  3. Great card Scrappy, I love the vibrant colours you have used. Thank you for sharing your card with us at CSSC and we hope we will see you again next week. :-) xx

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  4. This looks awesome! I love all the glitter! ~Diane

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  5. Your project is cool and refreshing!! I am so happy that you have joined us at the Digi Doodle Shop’s Best this week and Good Luck!
    KymKreates
    DT Coordinator

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  6. Hi Yvonne
    A fabulous card,thankyou for joining us this week at CraftyCatz,
    hugs Dianne xx

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  7. Hey Scrappy,
    I had to stop by to say hi, even tho you're not an odd number, KWIM.
    The card looks great in oversize. I'm too lazy to make easel cards unless that's the challenge, how sad is that.
    Hey did you have fun with the ho's last week?
    Well, thanks for joining the S2G challenge with your orange pops, now I want a creamsicle.
    Catch you around.

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  8. I love easel cards. Love your colors!! Thanks for joining us at Frosted Designs.

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  9. Very cool card! Love the popsicles. Thanks for playing with us this week at SSDS. Hugs, Kim

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  10. "Looks tasty in hot summer day" card !!!!!
    Thanks for joining our "Anything Goes" challenge at Digi Doodle Shop's Best!
    Hugs, Jóna

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  11. Very cute. Thanks for playing with us at FD.

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  12. super cute card! I love the leopard popsicle! Thanks for playing with AiFactory this week!

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  13. What a fabulous card! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at DDSB! :)

    -JoAnn:)
    http://joboogie.typepad.com

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  14. This is really cool! Thanks for playing along with us at the Digi Doodle Shop's Best! Hope we see you back next week!

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  15. cold äh no cool card ;o), love it!!!
    Thank you for sharing it with us at Cowgirl‘s Sunday Stamp‘en Challenge and i hope you will be back next week for our new challenge, with one of your great artwork!! :o)

    Hugs
    Elke

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  16. Cute! Thanks for playing this week at S2G TT.

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  17. So I'm guessing you might decide to hand deliver this baby! Cute as can be! Thank you for joining us for Twisted Thursday @ S2G! Join us tomorrow for a brand new challenge :)

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  18. So cute! Thanks for joining us at S2G!

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  19. A fantastic card Yvonne!" This is so cute I love it. Thanks for sharing with us at Digi Doodle shops best challenge. Hugs Pascale

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  20. I love these popsicles! Great job!

    Thank you for joining us for the Meljen’s Designs “Easel card” challenge.

    Cheryl
    http://shestamps.blogspot.com/

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  21. What a yummy card! thanks for playing!

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  22. HI Scrappy :)
    Love your popsicle card! Love the glitter!

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