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Monday, July 1, 2019

Crafter's Cafe # 222 Science Fiction/OPut ofthis World OR Patchwork

This fortnight's sponsors are:
Prize 3 Images

 Prize 5 images

I used an image from Creative Bug, called Mortimer Manchester.  I have had the image for some time and thought he would look good with striped paper.  Spots have been highlighted with white ink.

I have used Stampin up gingham papers for the patchwork background, adding ribbon and a diecut lace edging.  Stamped sentiment completes the card.

Check out the other inspiration at:

Entered into:
Daring Cardmakers - Cut it Up
Aud Sentiment - AG
Double D Challenges - Pick a Pattern (Patchwork)
The Male Room - Multiple Layers
The Paper Players - Tic Tac Toe (ribbon, patterned paper and diecut)


Elaine Stark said...

A lovely colourful card. Thanks for joining Aud Sentiments challenge. Elaine

Sherri Thacker said...

Your patchwork background is wonderful!! Love that image you used too!!

Kathy said...

This is so cute!

Thanks for using some of your lovely patterned paper stash and joining in with The Daring Cardmakers this week

Claire Broadwater said...

Your gingham background and monkey are so FUN! Who doesn't like a sock monkey? So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

Jill Lipscomb said...

Love that lace at the top! Thank you for joining the Aud Sentiments Challenge.

Linby said...

so cute and different for a baby.
Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Male Room challenge.
Linby x

Dawn said...

Love how you made the background. That must have taken a while to cut out all those squares. Thanks for joining in at Daring Cardmakers. x