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Monday, January 18, 2010

Bubble Bath Libby

Bubble Bath Libby, is one of my favorite digi images, she is made by Alison, of Stretch N Bubbles.  So when I saw the colors over at the Play Date Cafe, I knew right away I wanted to make something with her.  This is a first for me, but she is actually going to make it into FIVE challenges.  Whew!  I find this very exciting.  2 Red Bananas has a Banana Split Sunday Challenge "Think Round".  The Sketch layout comes from Stampin For the Weekend, and I will be using this sketch again, I really like it.  And also for Corrosive Challenges by Janet, lets go Digi, and Stretch N Bubbles is a sponsor there this month.  Practical Scrappers is looking for something embossed.  On to the recipe.  I used Bubble Bath Libby digi image, Tempting Turquoise, a paint sample, Very Vanilla and some of my foiled cardstock from my stash.  I embossed it with Cuttlebug Swiss dots and Cuttlebug D'vine Swirls Embossing Folders I won from my friend Mona at Cupcakes Creations (stop by, she is a fantastic papercrafter!)  I also used my Spellbinders ImpressabilitiesCircles, I was really trying to keep that bubbly theme going.  The sentiment was computer generated, I used some pop dots to lift the sentiment up off the card a little.  I used my atyou Spica sky blue glitter marker pen to trace the bubbles, then I painted the bubbles and the tub with Close to my Heart Create a shade paint Pearl and then I used Stampin Up Crystal effects to add some dimension to the bubbles.
 Thanks for looking.  ~Diane

18 comments:

  1. Diane, that is just adorable, love your take on the colors and that image is priceless, we so love it when you play, thanks for being with us at the Play Date Cafe this week. Sandi

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  2. So cute, Diane! I love all the embossing. Not sure which plate/folder you used for the deep blue paper but the moon shape is great.

    Smiles!
    Gwen

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  3. This card is really sweet looking Dianne! The embossing looks awesome & you really rocked this color challenge! :) TFS

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  4. Diane, this is such a cute cute card. And I loved your story about Elizabeth...
    Hugs
    Carole

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  5. I love this, Diane. It made me laugh because I thought of our Grand daughter Peyton... She was talking to us after getting our of the bathtub and said... "He He, I have a bubble butt" because soap bubbles were clinging to her butt. She is so funny.
    I love the swirl embossing with this too! Great job!

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  6. Cute as can be! Love the embossing and layering....and great image.

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  7. Diane, as soon as I saw the "Libby", I started thinking of that jingle, Libby's Libbys' Libby's on the label, label, label. LOL! How cute! Your card is bubbly cute! I love your embossing and design layout - really a fantastic way to bubble things up! the image is darling, isn't it! Just a gorgeous card! :)

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  8. This is the cutest card! Love the color and all the embossing! Thanks for playing along with us at Practical Scrappers!

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  10. Aww this made me smile :o) Thanks for joining us at SFTW and good luck! Kate :o)

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  11. Lovely card, gorgeous sentiment. So glad you joined the SFTW challenge, good luck.

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  12. OH this is so cute:O) Love the blue colours and swirl embossed papers. The image is just adorable. Great take on Fiona's sketch.
    Thank you for joining us at Stampin' for the Weekend, good luck!
    Nancy;O)

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  13. Wow, this is such a sweet and fun card. Great colors to go with the image.
    Thanks for joining us at SFTW and good luck.
    Gunn :-D

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  14. Diane...such a cute card..love the image and the colors :) I received my box of goodies today in the mail and YOU ARE SO SWEET and GENEROUS and THOUGHTFUL!
    My card is amazing and has so much detail, the handmade paper is beautiful and I love the little mist bottle. The handmade bag is so pretty and I absolutuely love the vintage look..love tha handmade butterflies and I'll put the satin emb. floss to use right away :)
    You really know how to brighten a girls day and I appreciate you
    ending BIG HUGS and thanks!!
    I linked your blog so otehr's can see how amazing your work is :)

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  15. Oh my stars ... how cute is this creation! I am VERY impressed with your credentials and appreciate your visit to my blog! I'll be checking back here often! Awesome blog!!!

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  16. This is super sweet :D I love the crystal effects on the bubbles and all that embossing is brilliant!
    Thank you for joining us at stampin' for the weekend and good luck.

    X Amy X

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  17. I love this card - the blues look awesome and the image is so delightful.

    I have decided to become a follower of your site.

    Happy crafting,

    Monica

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