Stay Curious + Prize Giveaway!

Hello My Friends,

Today I would like to show you a card I made for my great-niece.  We both love reading and talking about books.

The stamp is from Whimsy Stamps it is called "Book Worm" the sentiment is from Echo Park "Alice in Wonderland"  My niece loves Sea Turtles so I gave that title to the book she is reading.

I used dies from Lawn Fawn called "stitched Rectangle Dies"   As you can see, there is a little washi tap in the background.  I used a flower and bling from my stash and I colored with copic markers.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Crafting by Designs - August ATG
Crafty Gals Corner - #197 3+ Layers
Little Red Wagon - #509 Happy Book Lovers Day
Scrappy Land Challenge - #119 ATG Using Product from Scrappy Land - Lawn Fawn Dies
The Paper Players PP453 - Back to School
Angie's Digital Stamps - #34 ATG or Optional Twist, Back to School
DLART August 2019 Linky Challenge - ATG

And now....on to the Prize for today! Lots and lots of twine!

If you would like to win this prize, please go HERE and leave a comment under this prize photo.

Thanks for stopping by.



  1. Such lovely twine! Can never have enough!

  2. Beautiful card, this would be a very nice back to school card, hugs, Lori m

  3. This is so beautiful!! I love the image!! Reading is one of my favorite things to do, too!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  4. You are getting ready for back to school with the books. Reading is wonderful....I have a daughter who is a teacher, lol.

  5. Very nice card!
    so great twines!

  6. Cute card! I adore the sweet image!


  7. Lovely card, and great idea put that title to the book!! :D

  8. What a darling image, designed beautifully and with just the perfect image. Thanks so much for joining us at Little Red Wagon this week!

  9. Cute imgae, great card and sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Angie's Digital Stamps Anything Goes "Optional Back to School" Challenge


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