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This Little Piggy Stampin' Up!


Hello Friends,

Today's card was inspired by our recent visit to Georgia to see family.  Our grandsons were learning about not giving up and growing their brain by trying new things.  The highlight of their study was this enormously funny Video- Ormie the Pig.  Of course, they had to share the video with us and we laughed so hard we cried.  Now it's time for me to share a funny card with them.  The This Little Piggy stamp set combined with the Ready to Pop stamp set combined nicely to make this NEVER GIVE UP card.

This Little Piggy Stampin' Up!


I colored the flying pig boldly with Flirty Flamingo ink.  The signs are a combination of sentiments from the This Little Piggy stamp set and the Ready to Pop stamp set.  I inked up the portions that I wanted for my signs with a Basic Black Marker and punched them out with the Classic Label Punch.

This Little Piggy Stampin' Up!

 Joe and I were tickled when Lincoln and Levi tried something new at the park and hollered down at us, "Look, I'm growing my brain".    If you are inspired to try this card, you'll find the supply list at the bottom of this post.


The Challenge

 Thanks to Always Playing With Paper for The Challenge Inspirations.  I was inspired by the fun colors and the signs.  For today's card I used Flirty Flamingo, Tempting Turquoise and Lemon Lime Twist.


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Have a fabulous day,




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