Hello and happy Wednesday to ya! I have a card to share with you today that's made with the newly released Goblin Greetings stamp set from Country Bumpkins Stamps. I decided to play along with a couple of challenges this week. I haven't played many challenges for a while, and I just happen to know a sweetheart of a gal (my friend, Kadie) who is a designer with both the Deconstructed Sketch Challenge and The Pink Elephant Challenge, and I decided to tackle both of those with one creation. Both are hosting fabulous challenges this week, and there's tons of inspiration on those blogs, so you really should check them out if you haven't yet! You'll be glad you did!!
Mr. Goblin was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored with Copic markers. The patterned paper is from DCWV, and the grosgrain ribbon and card stock are both from Stampin' Up!. The pennant was cut with the Pennant Large Scallop die from The Scrapping Cottage. The Goblin Greetings stamp set can be purchased in the bundle with the entire Country Bumpkin Stamps release at 25% off, or individually with a 10% discount through the month of October. All Country Bumpkin Stamps are currently available exclusively in the Peachy Keen Stamps Store.
So glad you could stop by today! I wish you a blessed day and LOTS of happy stamping!!!!
He really is the cutest goblin!
Love your card....and your ability to use it for two challenges!!
This is ADORABLE! Your coloring is fabulous. I just love that little guy. Thanks so much for joining us for this week's Deconstructed Sketch!
How adorable. is this little guy... you did an excellent job with the coloring.. good luck with the challenge
Mr. Goblin cracks me up! What a great card! :)
Wow...I just love this lil guy!!! What an adorable stamp set!!! I love your coloring on him too...fantastic! So cute!!! TFS
This card is so cute. Love your stamps. Congrats.
OH BOY Lorie!! LOVE your goblin. (Funny how you can love a goblin)! lol ....TWO DAYS!!!! xxxx
He looks so innocent :) What a great card and I'm just loving these new images. Wonderful and inspiring as always!
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