Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Blue Pig

Thanks for all your comments so far!  I am really enjoying reading them!  Today's card is a fun, cute one.  Logan helped me out with it.  I think I need to add some Island Indigo ribbon to it, but Logan didn't think it needed it-boys!  You can have this card too! All week long I'll be sending the cards I make to one lucky viewer, each day you have a different chance to enter. Friday I'll have a HUGE giveaway-tell you friends :) Enter one or enter them ALL!!!!! To enter just leave a comment on that post and next week on Monday I'll announce the winners. To be entered all comments must be made by Sunday at 7PM.  I love the DSP on this card, so today leave me a comment with your favorite DSP pack.

I love the sweet little button and the DSP is new, it's in the Summer Smooches DSP pack.  If you're a demo you can get it now, if you're a customer you can get it April 1.  There are no big earth shattering techniques on this card, it would be adorable for a baby boy card.  Change the colors and do it in pinks for a baby girl card.  Again thanks so much for the comments you have all been so sweet!!!  Make sure to check back Friday for the big giveaway!!!   
Thanks for looking, see you soon!!!


Cheryl Kosakura said...

That pig stamp is adorable with that cute button nose. Thank for the chance to win such a fun card!

Cindy said...

Ruth, this is really a cute card. Thanks for sharing. I haven't opened the summer smooches yet. Looks like it might have possibilities.

Nicole Reyes said...

Ruth, Another great card! Love the designer paper. I really like the designer paper from the Sale-a-bration sale this year. Thank you for your faithfulness in keeping up your blog. It's inspiring, and I look forward to seeing it every day!

Nicole Reyes

Anonymous said...

Yet another cute card.

MerryBerry said...

Logan has good taste, just like his mama! This is such an adorable card! Love the simplicity of it! My favorite DSP of all time so far is Spice Cake (from last fall's mini). If I had to pick a current favorite DSP, it would be any of the DSP packs that match the color collections! I love their versatility and that they can be made to look kid friendly, feminine, or masculine depending on how you use them!


Melinda said...

I love the clean and simple feel to this card :) It would be easy to do a lot of them for a baby thank you. I haven't bought much DPS latey - I seem to be hoarding it.