Really, I had no intention of making *another* hedgie card this week, but here it is! It's funny how some cards just happen. I had this floral patterned paper out on my craft table for another project and noticed that the colors "went" with this image. I debated that it may be a little too "busy", but I went with it anyway.
The hedgehog stamp is by Penny Black, colored with prismacolor pencils, punched out the image with the Marvy Uchida mega circle punch, layered with retired SU color - marvelous magenta - punched with the giga scalloped circle. The "friends forever" sentiment is from a $1 Michaels Studio G acrylic set that my sweet DIL Jami (Crazy Daisy Creations) bought for me.
Hooray, another weekend is here already! I'm hoping to ink up my new Stampin' Up! Petals & Paint set this weekend. Also, I couldn't resist the 50% off cardstock sale at Hobby Lobby this week and have some fun new patterns to try out.
Have a WONDERFUL fun-filled weekend! Smiles, Pam :)
Quote for Today ~
"Light tomorrow with today!" ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning
If you ask me, you can do as many card with those cute hedgie and I will always be please to look at them! This card is great! like all the others!
I love your Hedgie card, keep them coming, the background paper goes perfect with the image.
Pam, those hedgies are sooo dang cute - I just love them! Another adorable card! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex
Very sweet! I love it!
Love the Hedgie and love the card. This card just makes me smile and what greater gift can you give someone. Thanks.
Oh I love this with lady Hedgie with this particular patterned paper. So pretty! It will surely give someone a smile. Love today's quote too! TFS.
Such a sweet, sweet card! Those hedgies are too cute and you do wonders with them!
So cute. I love the purple.
Isn't that cute. Although the print is colorful, you kept everything else simple so it is perfect.
It's so precious.
I gotta tell you Pam. You are such an inspiration to me. The other day I was making a card and thought at one point that it "needed something." I then asked myself, "what would Pam do?" You are so great about always adding that perfect finishing touch to projects.
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