Monday, March 2, 2009

Monday's House Mouse Challenge


The Monday House Mouse challenge is one of my favorite weekly challenges. Last week's challenge was to make a Mother's Day card, but I just couldn't seem to get into that, probably because I miss my Mom a lot.
So I was happy that the challenge this week was something I felt I could work on and feel creative. We were to incorporate chipboard somewhere on our card, and of course, include a House Mouse or two. This stamp is called "Cozy Shoe" and I felt the colors were perfect for welcoming a new baby girl.... not that I know anyone having a girl!! You can see what others have made for the challenge by clicking here http://housemouse-challenge.blogspot.com/. Hope you like it.. Thanks for looking!


Paper: White linen, misc pink DP
Accessories: chipboard hearts (SU), scallop punch (SU), Nestabilities rectangle and rectangle scallop dies, dimensionals.
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Copics

11 comments:

Camouse said...

How adorable. I want your stamp!

Rica said...

Oh such a sweet card. Gorgeous layout and papers and those chipboard herts are beautiful.
Thanks for joining in at HM.
hugs Heather xx

Carmen O. said...

This is just too cute! I love your hearts and how you decorated them. Are they rubons? Gorgeous work!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

awww... very sweet.

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

What a darling card! So perfect for a little girl! Glad you could join us this week at HM!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Very sweet!

Nancy said...

This is adorable!

Lorraine A said...

very cute card, the stamp is just gorgeous :-) Love the chipboard hearts too !
Lorraine

Sue said...

oh what a beautiful card, so cute sue.x

Peggy said...

How cute are those 'lil guys?!

Susan said...

Your card is just adorable! I skipped last week's challenge for the same reason as you.....made me too sad thinking of my mom who is gone. Just love your card for this week though!

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