Wednesday, October 6, 2010

REPEAT IMPRESSION What if Wednesdays

Hi -- In our town we are all excited about the COLD front that has hit!  -- We laugh because only in Texas can you have a cold front come in and it be 89!  At least it isn't 98!  We are so enjoying the nice change and anticipate some nice 60-70 weather in about a month.

Here is the sketch Wendy gave us this week.
 and here is my card.

I used the image 702-K, Clover Bunny.  He is so cute!  I call him my year round bunny.  I want to use him for some of my Valentine cards and of course he will be perfect for Easter.

Here are the other Design Team members -- go take a peek at what they've made!  Then try your hand at making a card and linking it on the House That Stamps Built blog.  You could be a random winner. when the challenges wrap up at the end of the month, Wendy will announcing the winner. With each challenge participation, you increase your chances of winning!  One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate!  Be sure to reference Repeat Impressions Sketch O610 gallery posting.

Take a look at what the other Design Team Members did with this sketch and really get inspired -- We would love to see what you will do with the sketch.


Joy Hadden -- you are here
Lynette Neus
Darcie Bruno
Makiko Jones
Dana Joy
Ayana Posadas 
Harriet Skelly
Robin Kirkpatrick

HAVE A HAPPY STAMPING DAY!

6 comments:

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Adorable, Joy. I would never have thought to use that image for Christmas, but it works perfectly! Great background paper, too!

Makiko Jones said...

This is fantastic, Joy!! ITA with Robin :):) Love the dp you used too!

Ayana Posadas said...

Super cute card, Joy! So cheerful! I love the patter paper that you used. Very adorable.

Harriet Skelly said...

I love Clover Bunny and I think you have a great idea to use him for different occasions! This is so cute!

Lynette said...

So cute, Joy! What a great idea to use the bunny for different occasions.

Darsie Bruno said...

Very sweet card, Joy! A different approach using that image for Christmas! excellent idea!

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