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DD's Feeling Ducky and Winter Fest


My DD wanted to make a card for the Clearly Delightful Monthly Challenge because she loves the adorable duck stamp they are offering participants. She also decided to try her first sketch challenge by using the sketch that Kim Marie created for the Sisterhood of the Blogging Stampers (SBS29). She made this card to give to her Great Grandma who is currently in a nursing home recovering from a fall. She took her time, asked a lot of questions, and put together a wonderful card. Look at the sponging! She didn't want the duck floating in the air so I told her how to make a background. She has also been looking at the projects made by other kids and really was impressed by Kayla. I love this card!


I thought I would share a couple of pictures from Saturday. Here a picture of DD and me freezing at Winter Fest. Boy, the wind was COLD but we still had a good time. I also included a picture of my favorite ice sculpture. I was just amazed by the creativity and ingenuity of these artists.
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I'll be back tomorrow morning my Lindsay's Stamp Stuff DT posting show some fun ways to package Valentines treats.

Comments

Pat (mspfd) said…
Wow! I am really impressed with your daughter's card. Super coloring and I love the background she created!! Thanks her for taking part in the challenge for me and please tell her I love her card.
Pretty-In-Ink said…
Wow! your dd's card is super cute!
Great Grandma is going to love it!
Mary Duffek said…
Adorable ducky card! Great job...Love the blue background and the sand around the ducky...The winter pictures are fun too!
Tricia said…
This is a wonderful card!! I hope that we'll get to see more of Liz's work in the Clearly Delightful challenges!
Georgia Ehrmann said…
What a great card! Your daughter has a future in cardmaking! We will probably be seeing her in future issues of Cardmaker! Wonderful job! Thank you for joining us at Clearly Delightful Challenges.
Hi Cheryl! I need your email address so if you could email me here roberta.laliberta@gmail.com then I can get your prize to you!

Roberta
What a darling little duck card! Wow, what a crafty little crafter, that is awesome! Thanks for playing!
Rhonda said…
Yet another WONDERFUL card by your DD. She is very impressive!! Keep up the great work kiddo! The attention to detail is obvious. I am sure you are one proud Mommy!
Rhonda
SBS29
Joanne Gilch said…
Your DD's card is just totally cool! She did a great job with the background. Tell her I may CASE this. I have never seen sponging done as a bg. and the duck is soo stinkin' cute. I'm gonna go ck him/her out. sorry to hear about G'ma, she gonna be OK?
What did you win and how? Waiting for all the deets.
Your daughter has done a FANTASTIC job on this card!!! She should indeed be very proud of this creation.........I know her grandmother will be so excited to receive this and I can guarantee she'll be showing it to everyone!!!!! I hope you both have a very blessed day!!!
Tiffany said…
This is such an adorable card!! I came over from (whatisdigitalstamping).
Micki said…
OMG, she did WONDERFUL. That card is absolutely adorable!!! Great great job!
wow this is awesome! Super cute. Thanks for joining us!
kimmenburke said…
Wow, kiddo! Cuuuuuute card!!! You didn't fall far from the tree. :) I would absolutely love receiving something like this in the mail, so I'm sure your GG-ma will adore it. Hope she's doing well.

Looking forward to seeing you guys this weekend.
Karin said…
This is such a cute card!!! Great job on the coloring and great designer paper choice for the background! Looks like the winter fest was a fun time too :) Stay warm!
Pat Gorka said…
Gammie likes your card. Really cute and well done. Hurray and hugs to you.
Kathy said…
Great card by your DD, she obviously has your crafty talent! Really beautiful sponging, too.
Kim Marie said…
This card is FABULOUS!!!

And the background for the ducky is perfect!!!

You great grandma will love it! I shall enter your name in the non-SBS drawing! :)
Kim Marie

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