We have a FUN challenge for March at Paper Craft Business Challenge Blog. It's Challenge #16 ANIMALS! Who doesn't love cute cuddly critters? I made a card featuring our ferocious friends, LIONS...but these Lions are the friendly kind! Out like a LION in like a LAMB right? Hoping that spring comes soon! Here in the WINDY CITY it usually takes until May! Check out the FUN prize below!
Q: What is your favorite ZOO animal (not dog or cat)?
A: Me? ELEPHANTS, they just remind me of DUMBO and that sweet scene where mom is rocking Dumbo to "Baby of Mine"
Dies R Us Grass Edger
Reverse Confetti Leaping Lions Stamp
Kat Scrappiness Stitched Oval Dies
Ready to join the challenge? Don't forget there will be an ULTIMATE Designer chosen and the Top 5 Nominations. Challenge runs from March 1st to March 28th. Here is the fun My Favorite Things Lions and Tigers Die-Namics Prize!
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Anything Goes
ModSquad Challenge: Use Stripes Pammie's Inky Pinkies 1908 Anything Goes
Time Out Challenge #130: Unique (Lions in a Pumpkin Patch?!)
As You Like It Layers (MANY)
Love your friendly lions. They're adorable & I love how bright, bold & fun your card is :) My favourite zoo animal is the giraffe. So tall but quite elegant in their own way. Awesome card Meghan.
XO Lisa @ Papercraft Business
Very cute scene. Thanks for sharing with us at Time Out.ReplyDelete
I love your card! So cheerful and adorable! Glad you're part of the team! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Cute card, Thanks for joining us at The Mod Squad ChallengeReplyDelete
Oh this is such a cute card, absolutely love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Lovely card. My fave zoo animals are tigers. I've loved them since I was very young, but heffalumps are lovely too. So graceful.ReplyDelete
Annette - Netty's Cards
Proud to design for :
Lili of the Valley,
Dies to Die For,
Lee Holland Digis,
As You Like It Challenge.
Ahh! This scene is so so adorable and happy! Love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!
I enjoyed reading your article. Please make more interesting topics like this on.ReplyDelete
I'll come back for more :)
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