Monday, April 11, 2011

Scrapbookaholic By Abby Dt day

Happy Monday my friends! I love Mondays I love everyday really. So today we have a new challenge up on Abbys blog.

The challenge this week is to use an animal in your project and the color orange. Can I tell you all a secret? I don't like the color orange. I don't know why. So when I started this challenge I had plenty of orange to work with. I finally decided on a burnt orange color. I also wanted to use up something that I'd been hoarding for a while.
I do that, I'm okay with it! ;)

So here is my project. Please go on over and see what my dt sisters made for your viewing pleasure! Uber talented ladies I tell ya!

Here's a list of What was used:
Ink- Tim Holtz Vintage Photo
Embellishments- orange buttons from my stash, the letters and the puppy are both from the basic grey sticker set that came with this collection
Tools- 1 3/4 circle punch (Stampin' Up!), Big Shot,
Tim Holtz Alterations - Hanging Sign (I just got this in and I HAD to play with it, so this card seemed fitting lol)
Paper- Basic Grey Card kit that I won in November (LOVE BASIC GREY)
Adhesive- atg

Thank you all so much for stopping by to see my super simple card. I hope you have a blessed Monday! Please go on over and see what the rest of the dt has in store!


  1. So cute and the orange really works!

  2. The orange makes a great background for the other papers. Nice job!

  3. great card.... soooo adorable

  4. Love your card!!! i too have some things that I just don't want to use up!! hehe like my extra paper from that same collection from BG!!!

    Love that puppy!!!

  5. Very, very cute card. Love Basic Grey and adore Tim Holtz products, you did a fabulous job with both.

  6. So cute Raven!

    I like the way you put the buttons on the rooF!

  7. This is so cute!!! I love your choice of patterns :)

  8. I hear you on the whole issue of orange. It is my least favorite color

  9. Raven what a cute card! I love how you used the buttons on one side of the house and the pattern paper goes so good together.