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Hi!  I had some time to make a card for Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge and for Wee Memories final challenge.

Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge is to create a project inspired by the photo above.

Wee Memories is having their last challenge!  So I had to play along too and it's a fun sketch.

My card uses the Paper Smooches frog from A Little Lovin.  I reverse stamped the frog on the left, the girly one with the hot pink lips following the tutorial from HERE.  The lips and the crown on the boy frog is also from A Little Lovin.  The heart in the bubble is from Paper Smooches Smoocheroos. 

My hubby was a little shocked to see the lips on the girly frog but thought it was funny after all.  I added some glossy accents to her lips, the dots on the frogs' backs, the crown and the heart too.  I also used PTI's woodgrain impression plate on the kraft cardstock.

Thanks for reading!


Such a cute card, love those froggies.....
Cheryl said…
Cute frog couple! Neat reverse stamping technique! Ha! Yeah, those lips crack me up.
Jay Gee said…
Fun card Eva and you did a great job with the reverse stamping. Thanks so much for joining us at Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge :)
Linda Beeson said…
What sweetness! Gotta love those two cuties and such an adorable use of the SPARKS challenge too.
Lori Barnett said…
eeek!!! This is adorable! So glad you played the challenge with us!
Erin said…
I loved that you reversed the one. I like stamped critters to have face-to-face friends. So cute.
Lisa Elton said…
So fun Eva! Love the red polka dots and your little leafy scalloped border ;)
RiNNE said…
Good-luck!! Very cute!!
donna mikasa said…
Eva! Congrats on your win at PS Sparks! Love your card!

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