Monday, October 28, 2013

C for Cinco

Today, I had a challenge theme stuck in my brain. Over at 365 Cards, the challenge was the letter C — include as many elements as you can that start with the letter C. Obviously, I started listing cardstock, colors, circles, and the actual letter C. That certainly wasn't enough. What about an animal? Cat! I knew I had a cat somewhere.

Then **BAM** I found a great inspiration from a Spanish word.




So I used cardstock, colors, circles, a Cactus, and the word Cinco. Not only that, but I also used my Create a Critter Cartridge to cut all of these shapes.

With so many ideas to work with, I felt scattered, but I found a fabulous sketch from Mojo Mondays, and set myself to go. Take a good look at the sketch. I used elements of the foundation and placement, but I didn't not cut circles to mat all of my elements. The patterned paper already had circles on it, and my white cardstock was embossed with circles.



I thought I was finished. I truly did. But then... Paper Playtime challenged me to use googlie eyes. Challenge accepted. My cactus was now looking super cute.



Just for fun, I'm adding my C is for Cinco card into the link party at Created with Love Challenges for Anything Goes.



6 comments:

  1. Great job! Thanks for playing along at 365 cards

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  2. lovely card thanks for sharing with CWLC Rachel DT

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  3. Very cute card. Love all the C's you came up with. Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Created With Love Challenges

    ~~Chris

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  4. Thanks for joining us this week at Created With Love Challenges for our ANYTHING GOES Challenge!
    DawnD

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  5. Thank you for playing at Paper Playtime. Your project is featured on our Facebook Page today and linked to your blog!
    Paper Playtime Challenge Page on Facebook
    Stop by our new linky party blog An Inky Situation and Link Up!
    :) Janis
    Shop Stampin' Up! with Janis

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  6. So cute. Thank you for playing along with us at Paper Playtime for this challenge.

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