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Keep On Truckin'... {a sister challenge}

Happy Sunday!!  My sister Kathy and I had a lot of fun with this week's D2D image... in fact, we both had made a "fancy fold" card... basically anything other than your normal fold card.  So we decided to do it again... using any image we want and post them to our blogs today and see what we each came up with!  I went looking thru the resources page on SCS and I found the T-Slider Card and tried it out! 

Here's the adorable new Luka with Truck.  You pull the blue tab at the top to reveal a surprise message:






This paper is called Wander (by Basic Grey) and is so perfect for this Luka!  There's also lots of great papers in there that would go really well with the new Super Star Boy Luka as well!    Okey dokey... don't forget to pop over to KATHY'S blog and see what fancy fold she made today!!


Supplies:
Stamps:  Luka with Truck (LaLa Land Crafts)
Paper:  "Wander" (Basic Grey)
Coloring:  Copics

Comments

Dani said…
This is so adorable! I'm such a sucker for cute boy stuff and this is perfect!
Lorie said…
I am absolutely stunned...this is incredible! What a great challenge!
Irina Blount said…
How many ways are there to say ADORABLE!!! You are AWESOME Kris!! LOVING all different styles of cards that you have been making lately!!! AWESOME, just AWESOME!!
Kristen said…
WOWSERZ this is fabulous!
Elena said…
Great card, Kristine! Love the slide idea here! You are doing an amazing job with the new images from LLLC!
Jana Weaver said…
SUPER cute Kris!! and now I HAVE to get the wander paper because everyone else seems to have it and it's gorgeous!
Kathy W. said…
Fabulous card Kris. I love it, I'm gonna try one of these sometime:)
Susie M. said…
Hi kristine! :) First, I have to say I love the new blog look. SO cute! and squirrel is so adorable!!! LOL love it! this card is cute too! your coloring is fabulous!
Lori said…
Very sweet little boy! This is a fun card!
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohhh what SWEETNESS!
Helen said…
Wow! What a fun card! It looks so challenging to make! Those papers are perfect with little Luka & his truck! He's just too cute!

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