Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Hugs, Kisses and Lightbulbs...CAS(E) this Sketch #108

Hello!

Hopefully, this Wednesday evening sees everyone warm, cozy and safe! We've been watching the weather conditions from the East: Yikes! To all my sweet friends who live in those snowy states and provinces: hunker down, stay inside and craft!  Best way to beat the winter blues, hands down!

I'm sharing three cards today; the key ingredients for the first two were 'enabled' by ultra talented, Kim, with her cards here.  Now if that darling little fox she worked magic with in her second card wasn't enough to lead me to the land of 'must have,' her link (here) to additional Little Bits dies sealed it!  As an added bonus, she offered ideas on how to use them, such as, "What about the globe or schoolhouse for a back to school option? The cake for a birthday card."  What's a person to do when the research has been done and inspiration sparks flamed?  We all know the answer: and a-shopping I did go! The bonus: I had a Taylored Expression gift card!  Thank you, Kim, for the incentive and the 'persuasion'!  By the way, you're only seeing two of the new additions *grin*

My trio are off to CAS(E) this Sketch #108,  Apparently, my inability to exercise restraint in adding to my stash is repeated in my inability to 'stop at only one' card. Blame placed squarely on this oh-so-versatile, use-me often' sketch.


First up: my Little Bits fox...isn't he a cutie!


Second, my Little Bits light bulb, paired with a TAWS sentiment...


Third, another play with some RC goodies...


These cards are for Ms. T's and Mr. C's daycare teachers.  Three done...and I'm not sure how many more to go.  Works for me...I have a whole bunch of Valentine/heart goodies still to use. I need a Valentine's Day every month...hmmm.  Possibilities.  Actually, I have another idea to 'justify' my expanding collection of heart-themed stamps/dies,  the details of which are still percolating. If  my little scheme comes to fruition (or as my mom would say, if it 'fruitifies'), I'll be thrilled x excited!  Stay tuned.

Thanks so much for dropping by; your visit and comments add sparkle to my day!
Hugs...

20 comments:

  1. I am so glad you didn't stop at one card! This is an amazing trio!
    That fox is so cute! Adorable!
    Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this sketch!

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  2. Carol you are on fire these days cranking out one fabulous card after another! Love all three so much.

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  3. a-dorable...all of them! That fox is super sweet!

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  4. You are on a roll........no stopping this lass........3 brilliant cards there!

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  5. Very sweet cards! That fox is cute (which just sounds odd to say about a fox) and the others sure are neat, too. Great job!

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  6. Oh, I love all of these! Super sweet takes on the sketch! I especially love that little fox! Is that a die?

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  7. These are just too darn cute and I'm sure their teachers will be over the moon excited to see that someone so sweet thought of them.

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  8. When you get an idea x 3 you just have to go with it. All three are terrific, Carol. I have made way to many valentines and there are still some challenges left. I'll have a head start on next year.

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  9. They are sooo lovely
    I adore the cun color on the first card and yes the fox is soo cuuutee in this color
    same design but other color you are so clever made on the second card and that Lamp in the middle is so so cuutee
    last card cool DP and cool using that heart and arrow again (I have seen on the card for brother and now in red) It looks like you made these card so fast
    am I right you are on a roll Miss C
    love them all
    see you soon maybe on my blog
    miss you
    hugs, Monika

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    1. FUN COLOR I mean hehe..I am so tired but want to visiting your blog...its already 21:00 and I am still cough I hate to be sick Carol hope you are healthy..see my last post...its a card with cute monster (2 post with monster hehe LOL)

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  10. Wow, Carol, what a trio of fun, cute and gorgeous cards ... you're firing on every. single. cylinder!! Hugs, Anita :)

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  11. Omagod, that explains it! Your mom and I are cuzzins!! She talks just like me!! You have more than justified your enabling by the talented Kim (she's great for that!) with these extremely adorable cards, Carol!! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. Carol, your cards are loads of fun! And you are right, that fox is irresistible!

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  13. Fabulous cards!! I love how each one follows the sketch, but yet are different!! I LOVE the fox, he is soooo cute!!!

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  14. These are all fabulous, Carol, but the little pink fox has won my heart ❤️ Love your mum's frutified word!

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  15. OMGosh Carol, these cards are simply adorable!! I love that fox, how cute is he?!! I love the light bulb card too, that is just soooo bright! Yes, pun intended! And the heart and arrow, well please..that is just amazing! Now you have me wanting to do some shopping to Carol! lol Only I'm not near as clever as you are with my toys. lol Hugs, Brenda

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  16. LOVE these!! You rocked this sketch big time. That fox is just too cute and adore the colour combo on the second and arrow as the line on the last. Hmm hmm good times three :) As for hearts, one can never have enough in my book (along with flowers and butterflies LOL).

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  17. Fast forwarding through a week of posts! The fox is so cute and I love all your patterned papers and sweet designs!

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  18. These are so adorable :) Love the BGs for the focal images ! You are on the roll :)

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  19. These 3 super cool and ultra amazing made me so happy!! My favorite is the lightbulb one - probably because of the spot and pop of yellow that one has!! So incredibly impressed with all the sweetness you give to the world as daughter, wife, aunty, and friend!! Hope your day is filled with the same beauty that you give to the world!! Hugs to you!!!

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