Saturday, June 22, 2013

Cute and Cuddly

Good Morning!
So it is Saturday and today is my birthday!!! I will not disclose my age but let's just say old enough to know better but young enough not to care haha!

I pre posted this because I am up in New Hampshire with my husband and some of his family just enjoying a great weekend together. A little rest and relaxation especially for my husband who works in a school system and school just ended yesterday. Of course he works all summer but it will be a bit quieter in the summer.

So today at Sweet Stampin' we have a new challenge, CUTE AND CUDDLY, go on say it...awe! I know, I know, so many cute cuddly stamps to choose from. The image I used on my card is from the Stamp Fairy as they are our weekly sponsor this week. Don't forget we also have a monthly sponsor which is
The ribbon girl.

An here is my card! 


How cute and cuddly is that image! I colored this my copics. The sentiment is a rubber stamp from Inkadinkadoo. 
So get out those cute stamps and join us this week, I would like to see your creations. 
 Thanks for stopping by and feel free to leave me a little love you know it is my birthday!

Have a great weekend.


The Little Stamper said...

Happy Birthday Kim. Hope you have a lovely weekend with your family.

Thanks for taking the time to post your lovely is such a cutie!

Sharon x

Abi said...

Happy Birthday hon, I hope you are having a lovely time in New Hampshire. A totally adorable card & beautifully coloured xx

Chris said...

It's a lovely card, Kim! Hope you have a very special birthday with your family!

Anet van Zyl said...

Happy Birthday Kim, I hope you had a wonderful day yesterday. Your card is beautiful and your colouring is fab.

Gail said...

Hoope you had a wonderful birthday and are enjoying New Hampshire. This is an adorable card and love the colors! --Gail

Patricia St Martin said...

Kim, I'm sorry I missed your birthday but I can still wish you A Happy Birthday!!! I hope you had a wonderful day...
Love your card, image is so cute and love the die cuts you used.
Hugs, Patricia