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Thursday, March 8, 2012

It's a Very Green World

     So on my House Mouse list we had a white and one other color swap. This card was inspired by a card on the Monday House Mouse Challenge Blog made by America.  She did a black and white card and used white embossing for her image.   I chose green and white  and turned it into a St. Patty's card.  I just went town with my paper punches on this one.
It kind of reminds me of an old Victorian house with tons of gingerbread.  Speaking of which I am finally getting my Victorian screen door for my house. Yah! 

This card is now on it's way to a House Mouse friend in Guam.  Hope she likes it.

This card is entered into the following challenges

Paper Sundaes Here
Totally Stampalicious Here
The Pink Elephant Here
Paper Take Weekly Here
Creative Inspirations Wednesdays Here
Delightful Sketches Here
Paper Craft Journey Here
Do You Stack Up with Us Here
Pixie Dust Studio Here

Stampabililities House Mouse Stamp - O' Lucky Day
White Stampabilities Seafoam Embossing Powder
Spellbinders Nestabilities Circle and Scalloped Circle and corners
Martha Stewart Border Punches
Brilliance Ink
Darice Bling
Sizzix Embossing Folder

10 comments:

  1. Too too coooool. Love Mr Mouse in relief! This looks so much like the beautiful restored Victorian homes we have here in our community. It's a neighborhood that's so pretty it takes you back about 100 years. What fun it would be to restore one of those beauties and congrats on your Victorian screen door! I'm envious.
    Sue S.

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  2. Look at all those die cuts. And a green mouse - how cute.

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  3. I love the punch work. I am sooo into vintage. It really does look like an old Victorian home.
    Great work Mary Anne!

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  4. I like how you did the mouse is white on green it realy stands out.

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  5. This is just beautiful! All the punched edges and the gorgeous embossing are fabulous! Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week!

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  6. Love your card all those die cuts work fabulously on your card, really unusual and pretty! Thanks for joining us this week at Delightful Challenges hugs Susan x

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  7. Fabulous card. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

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  8. It does have that Victorian look to it. Very cool! Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

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  9. This is fabulous, I love the way you stamped the images in white.Looks great. :)) Thanks for joining DC.

    Hugs, Rosalien

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  10. Now i received this and can leave some "luv" here! ha! Never thought of white embossing on this image. Very Cool, and luv the way you layered the scallop die cut outs, the way you did! Very Nice!! :-) I'm a Happy Swap Partner! ;-)

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