Friday, March 22, 2013

Cut It Up Challenge #15--March Lion/Lamb

Happy Friday!! Today's challenge at Cut it Up Challenges is "March comes in like a lion, goes out like a lamb".  Use a lion or a lamb on your project. Must use a die cut.

Here is what I created:
I used a light blue cardstock to make this A2 card. I took some green paper and embossed it with a swirly pattern by the Paper Studio. I then cut the tree from Create a Critter 2 and embossed the tree trunk with a bark folder, also by the Paper Studio. Then I cut this cute little girl/lion from the Trick or Treat cartridge and stamped "Happy Spring" on the bottom. 

Easy peasy!!

Hope you have as much fun with this challenge as I did! Thanks for stopping by and taking a look and make sure to check out the other DT creations and find out how to play along at Cut it Up Challenges!

Also entering this card into:
My Craft Spot's Challenge #91-Embossing or Glossy Accents


  1. Very clever card Jennifer! Love the little lion girl and the embossing on your tree. So cute. ~Tami

  2. This is just so stinkin' cute!!!! I just LOOOVE the diecut! :)

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  4. Love the embossed grass.Adorable critter.Very CUTE!
    CIU DT Sister

  5. I love your take on this challenge, Jennifer! A little girl in a lion suit just playing up a storm out in the "jungle!" Even the tree is happy!

  6. What a great card. Love the image and the embossed grass.
    DT sister

  7. This card makes me smile, that little girl is having a lot of fun. Your embossing adds the perfect touch.

  8. Adorable card! Love that little girl cut! :)


  9. she's so cute! She looks like she should be in Where the Wild Things Are!

  10. This is so sweet! Your lion-girl is adorable! I've not seen that image before... So cute!!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

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