House Mouse Challenge ~ A Recipe

 

Happy House Mouse Monday!!  

Our challenge this week, brought to us by the lovely Christine of the HMDT,  is a Recipe ~ 3 Flowers, 2 Papers and 1 Ribbon.   These two cuties are Biggly and Patch, a Gruffies image called Beary Good Ice Cream.

 

 

The DP is from the My Mind’s Eye Collection Quite Contrary ~  I just love the bright colors!   The sentiment is from PTI and frames with a Spellbinders Ribbon Tag die.  The flowers were made using some punches from my stash.   The Gruffies were colored with Copics – with a little Smooch Paint in Taffy for the strawberry ice cream.  They are mounted on a Spellbinders Nestabilities Label Eight die cut.   

I hope you can join us for this challenge!  All the details can be found, along with the always awesome cards from the VERY talented House Mouse Design Team, on the House Mouse Challenge Blog.

Thanks for visiting today!   Stay tuned for another post in a short while with some exciting news on a brand NEW challenge blog!    🙂

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Copics Used:   RV14, 21, 25, 29, 42;  YG00, 01, 11;  E40, 41, 42, 50, 51, 53;  W1, 3, 5, 6;  C1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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Comments

  1. Oh Mary this is absolutely stunning, love your amazing colouring and the strawberry ice cream all over Gruffies face. Fabulous papers and colours scheme.
    hugs Heather xx

  2. WHAT?!!! Only 1 comment on this??? WHAT’S WITH THAT! Well…now you will have 2. Seriously…this is over the top gf. LOVIN’ every inch of it. But they totally need to pass me that ice cream! git-r-done!!

  3. wow! gorgeous card. they are so cute 🙂

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