Card Gone Bad!

Uh, have you ever had a project where you had an idea in your head of what it would look like and it turned out oh so bad...lol...well here is my very bad card for today.
I started out with my cricut imagine and this icon that had the cute frog but it said "It's a boy" I didn't want it to say that so I had it print in layers.  I glued the layers down, used too much glue, tried to cover the glue with copic markers, then tried to cover the copic markers with stickels, ugh, it just went from bad to worse from there...anyway, think I will start over from scratch I will post the new one when it is done!  Hugs!

8 comments:

  1. This is so sweet hun...cute images and lovely layout too sweetie..

    big hugs Vicky xx

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  2. I have had these "card gone bad" days too, although this really isn't a bad card! :)

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  3. Hi Chriss~
    I don't see any bad flaws with this card. Looking at it's just perfect to me....Love all those blue's and those images are so cute....

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  4. oh yes.. i have those moments. we are our own worst critic... i think it's cute :) doris

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  5. It seems we ourselves our own worse critics. My card making is not as perfect as most people. Glad you shared the card because the images are cute & I like it.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  6. Your too hard on yourself! This is super sweet! Great colors and design!

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  7. I think it turned out great. Don't be so hard on yourself:) I really need to get my imagine dusted off and use it more. TFS!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  8. All the little critters are so cute! I don't think it looks bad, but we're always harder on ourselves than we are on others. I saw it and thought 'how cute!' LOL!

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Change to raiment red and gold,
When the summer moon turns mellow,
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