Happy Valentines Penguins

Today starts a new challenge over at Double Trouble! Check out the fun twists this time around

THREE patterned papers? That’s what Thing 1 wants and it sounded like a way different idea. But it’s sure turning up some cute cards! And as I pulled mine together, I realized it was a pretty fun and different look!

Thing 1 would also like to see you try out her optional twist of using the Try Stampin on Tuesday sketch

That sketch makes it very easy to figure out how to use the 3 pattern papers!

Thing 3 wants to see a penguin! There are so many darling penguin images out there in the stamping world. I’m excited to see them all in the gallery, so I hope you’ll pull out one of yours and use it on your card. My cute little penguins are from a SugarPea Designs stamp set

I think the red and white and black went perfect for this little image. The mini slim size was fun to incorporate into the sketch as well. It’s always fun to see how I can adapt challenges to create a design! Head over to Double Trouble to see more details. Then play along and enter your card there and at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday!

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful week!

:)Kellianne

5 thoughts on “Happy Valentines Penguins

  1. Love your take on the sketch, Kellianne! Great colors, too. Your penguins are so sweet – I love that you made this a card for St. Valentine’s Day.

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  2. So super sweet Kellianne! Absolutely LOVE the kissing penguins! Great use of pattern papers to complement the central image, too! Thank you for using our Try Stampin’ on Tuesday sketch so creatively!!! -Donna

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  3. I know you usually don’t use a lot of design papers; but this design was perfect to experiment with and so glad you enjoyed using the TSOT sketch. The black and red papers were perfect . Your penguin image is adorable and fun mini slimline card.

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