Monday, January 17, 2011

Nice to "sea" you

My husband and I visited his cousin shortly after Christmas and he took us out to eat at an awesome seafood restaurant.  I made this card for him and his family as a thank you.



The crab is from Create a Critter.  I created the black tag using a circle and two rounded rectangles from Gypsy Wanderings.

This card will be entered in the following challenges:
Peachy Keen sketch challenge #43
Paper Cutz challenge #74--tags
Cricut Cardz challenge #57--use red, black, and white only

14 comments:

  1. really cute.love the goodly he turned out super cute.

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  2. So adorable. I love the way you used the colors, very nice! TFS, your new follower, Cathryn67 <3
    inthepinkcathryn.blogspot.com

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  3. What a cutie pie!! Love it!! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Cooking with Cricut. I'm a new follower. Anita

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  4. What a cute idea! I became a follower and hope you'll follow me too.

    Mama LoveBug
    http://lovebugcreations3.blogspot.com/

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  5. LOL.. super cute crab card! Love it! thanks for playing along with us at PKS! Hugs, KathyJ

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  6. Cute, love the tag with the ribbon threaded through it. Thanks for sharing with us at Paper Cutz.

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  7. Awww, he's so cute, the eyes have it!!! This card is just perfect for the challenge, thanks so much for joining with us at CCC.

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  8. Too cute! Love those wiggly eyes! Thanks for taking the challenge at PKS!

    Hugs,
    Lorie PKS DT

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  9. Too cute!!! Love your take on this challenge.

    Thanks for playing along @ CCC.

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  10. This is too CUTE! Love the sentiment and the ribbon slide! Thanks for joining the challenge at PKS and good luck!

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  11. This is so cute! I love the little tag you made too. It looks so sharp with the ribbon running through it.
    Thanks for your comment at Fantabulous Cricut. I used Wrap It Up to make my football card. There is a website at CricutSearch.com that is very useful for searching particular images with Cricut cartridges. I use it all the time. Good luck with your card!

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